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Lallana at the double for Saints

Lallana at the double for Saints

First published in Saints News

Adam Lallana scored a goal in each half as Saints strengthened their promotion credentials today.

Lallana broke the deadlock in the 36th minute, driving in the opener from Rickie Lambert's knockdown.

And he secured the points in the 54th minute following excellent work from Tadanari Lee.

West Ham's failure to win at home to Doncaster completed an excellent afternoon.

Full match coverage in this weekend's Sports Pink and Monday's Daily Echo

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5:06pm Sat 10 Mar 12

joelster says...

yes!!!
yes!!! joelster
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5:06pm Sat 10 Mar 12

joelster says...

How did Tad Lee play??
How did Tad Lee play?? joelster
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5:07pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Rising_Son says...

Shaky start, but in command for the rest of the match and two good goals from Lallana. Happiness is red and white.
Shaky start, but in command for the rest of the match and two good goals from Lallana. Happiness is red and white. Rising_Son
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5:07pm Sat 10 Mar 12

LoyalSaint says...

and well done Donny & Brighton too, what a great Saturday :)
and well done Donny & Brighton too, what a great Saturday :) LoyalSaint
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5:07pm Sat 10 Mar 12

brendanweldon says...

Onwards to the prem league !! How did Billy Sharp play when he came on??
Onwards to the prem league !! How did Billy Sharp play when he came on?? brendanweldon
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5:08pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Rising_Son says...

joelster wrote:
How did Tad Lee play??
Worked hard, brilliant run to assist Lallana for his second.
[quote][p][bold]joelster[/bold] wrote: How did Tad Lee play??[/p][/quote]Worked hard, brilliant run to assist Lallana for his second. Rising_Son
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5:09pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

Top of the league & having a laugh all season long!

Wet Spam drop points, it's looking better & better. The Reading home game could be the promotion decider.

Saints top, Poopey bottom - the league table looks perfect!

COYR & FOP!!!
Top of the league & having a laugh all season long! Wet Spam drop points, it's looking better & better. The Reading home game could be the promotion decider. Saints top, Poopey bottom - the league table looks perfect! COYR & FOP!!! rob the saint in NZ
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5:10pm Sat 10 Mar 12

batesieboy says...

Really good three points...Hammers dropped 4 points at home this week. Reading on a charge, so we have to just keep going as we are. I thought 7th or 8th this season. But I do not want to give up top spot now, do you?
Really good three points...Hammers dropped 4 points at home this week. Reading on a charge, so we have to just keep going as we are. I thought 7th or 8th this season. But I do not want to give up top spot now, do you? batesieboy
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5:17pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Norwegian Saint says...

Dickie Bird, Arthur Scargill, Brian Glover, Michael Parkinson, Mick McCarthy, Darren Gough....

Your boys took one hell of a beating....
One HELLLLL of a beating!!!!
Dickie Bird, Arthur Scargill, Brian Glover, Michael Parkinson, Mick McCarthy, Darren Gough.... Your boys took one hell of a beating.... One HELLLLL of a beating!!!! Norwegian Saint
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5:17pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Oldfan says...

Just so happy - 10 games to go now and cannot really believe we have control of the league (albeit on goal difference) at this point. Well done Saints
Just so happy - 10 games to go now and cannot really believe we have control of the league (albeit on goal difference) at this point. Well done Saints Oldfan
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5:20pm Sat 10 Mar 12

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !! SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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5:21pm Sat 10 Mar 12

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !! SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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5:25pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Tirau Dan says...

lol but Nigel says heat was a factor.. what is over there 15c?
lol but Nigel says heat was a factor.. what is over there 15c? Tirau Dan
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5:31pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rocketone says...

Tirau Dan wrote:
lol but Nigel says heat was a factor.. what is over there 15c?
leave it !!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Tirau Dan[/bold] wrote: lol but Nigel says heat was a factor.. what is over there 15c?[/p][/quote]leave it !!!!!!!! rocketone
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5:34pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rocketone says...

heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week !
so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell !
OK Dan ?
heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week ! so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell ! OK Dan ? rocketone
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5:41pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rocketone says...

Reading play their game in hand against Donny this week.
Then we will see exactly where we are.
goal difference of ours is going to keep us top, but it will be the team that blinks that slips from there until the end of the season.
Wet Spam are not going away, there will be a 3 way race to the end.
Boro,Brighton,Brum,B
pool Cardiff +Hull will fight it out for the other 3 places, we do not want to be among them at the end.
Hate the thought of playoffs. At the beginning of the season that would have been a dream. Now, after what we have achieved this season it would be a nightmare !
Reading play their game in hand against Donny this week. Then we will see exactly where we are. goal difference of ours is going to keep us top, but it will be the team that blinks that slips from there until the end of the season. Wet Spam are not going away, there will be a 3 way race to the end. Boro,Brighton,Brum,B pool Cardiff +Hull will fight it out for the other 3 places, we do not want to be among them at the end. Hate the thought of playoffs. At the beginning of the season that would have been a dream. Now, after what we have achieved this season it would be a nightmare ! rocketone
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5:49pm Sat 10 Mar 12

red saint says...

wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.
wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time. red saint
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5:50pm Sat 10 Mar 12

red saint says...

wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.
wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time. red saint
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5:50pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Nice one Reading, see you in the Prem.
Oi Phyliss, season tickets next season for the blue few are going cheap (no refunds) .... put up or shut up
Nice one Reading, see you in the Prem. Oi Phyliss, season tickets next season for the blue few are going cheap (no refunds) .... put up or shut up Mush On The Beach
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5:51pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Great day.

If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing!

I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it?

Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him.

It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need.

It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder.
Great day. If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing! I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it? Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him. It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need. It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder. Strasbourg Saint
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5:58pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

rocketone wrote:
Reading play their game in hand against Donny this week.
Then we will see exactly where we are.
goal difference of ours is going to keep us top, but it will be the team that blinks that slips from there until the end of the season.
Wet Spam are not going away, there will be a 3 way race to the end.
Boro,Brighton,Brum,B

pool Cardiff +Hull will fight it out for the other 3 places, we do not want to be among them at the end.
Hate the thought of playoffs. At the beginning of the season that would have been a dream. Now, after what we have achieved this season it would be a nightmare !
That's a good point - expectations have risen so quickly over the last 7 months, let alone since starting League 1 on minus 10 points 2.5 years ago, & even just 1.5 years ago being 21st in League 1 when Nige arrived.

Just look at what has been achieved in such a short space of time, how our stock & standing in the game has risen & how our reputation has us known around the country for being a well run club playing great football.

Stay behind the team, back them to the hilt in these last 10 games & be proud to be a Saint!

WE ARE GOING UP!!!!
[quote][p][bold]rocketone[/bold] wrote: Reading play their game in hand against Donny this week. Then we will see exactly where we are. goal difference of ours is going to keep us top, but it will be the team that blinks that slips from there until the end of the season. Wet Spam are not going away, there will be a 3 way race to the end. Boro,Brighton,Brum,B pool Cardiff +Hull will fight it out for the other 3 places, we do not want to be among them at the end. Hate the thought of playoffs. At the beginning of the season that would have been a dream. Now, after what we have achieved this season it would be a nightmare ![/p][/quote]That's a good point - expectations have risen so quickly over the last 7 months, let alone since starting League 1 on minus 10 points 2.5 years ago, & even just 1.5 years ago being 21st in League 1 when Nige arrived. Just look at what has been achieved in such a short space of time, how our stock & standing in the game has risen & how our reputation has us known around the country for being a well run club playing great football. Stay behind the team, back them to the hilt in these last 10 games & be proud to be a Saint! WE ARE GOING UP!!!! rob the saint in NZ
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6:04pm Sat 10 Mar 12

PressBoxTeaBoy says...

SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
[quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977. PressBoxTeaBoy
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6:09pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Mush On The Beach says...

red saint wrote:
wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.
I'm on board, straight down the bookies in the morning. I think that's called a south coast tri-fector with a poopey uni-fuc*tor!!!
[quote][p][bold]red saint[/bold] wrote: wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.[/p][/quote]I'm on board, straight down the bookies in the morning. I think that's called a south coast tri-fector with a poopey uni-fuc*tor!!! Mush On The Beach
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6:11pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Mongoose says...

Great result Lets pack out St Marys for the rest of the season

COYR
Great result Lets pack out St Marys for the rest of the season COYR Mongoose
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6:12pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Mush On The Beach says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!!
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!! Mush On The Beach
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6:25pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Now, now presslittleboys!

We're glad you won, so calm down!

By the way, how many empty seats were there in the away end & what happened in 1977?
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Now, now presslittleboys! We're glad you won, so calm down! By the way, how many empty seats were there in the away end & what happened in 1977? rob the saint in NZ
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6:34pm Sat 10 Mar 12

LeTissLeGod says...

Adam Lallana,a "Legend"
Adam Lallana,a "Legend" LeTissLeGod
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6:40pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Spirit of 58 says...

What impressed me was that the substitutions that normally kill the game simply led to great interplay between the players who came on - Guly led the line after Lambert went off and Connolly and Sharp looked hungry. The sort of 2-0 thrashing you see in the premier. I think the away fans must have diverted at the Watford gap or its hard oop North
What impressed me was that the substitutions that normally kill the game simply led to great interplay between the players who came on - Guly led the line after Lambert went off and Connolly and Sharp looked hungry. The sort of 2-0 thrashing you see in the premier. I think the away fans must have diverted at the Watford gap or its hard oop North Spirit of 58
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6:52pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Chipster says...

Made hartd work of it at times not helped by an over fussy ref, I wish our mid-field would pick up on Lee's runs far more earlier! His positional play was superb but was not getting the ball, his hard work brought us our second and he is an absolute steal............

West Ham dropping points has helped our cause but Reading are breathing down all our necks, it's going to be close but provided we concentrate on our own games and grind out the results we will be fine! COYR's! FOP! :o)
Made hartd work of it at times not helped by an over fussy ref, I wish our mid-field would pick up on Lee's runs far more earlier! His positional play was superb but was not getting the ball, his hard work brought us our second and he is an absolute steal............ West Ham dropping points has helped our cause but Reading are breathing down all our necks, it's going to be close but provided we concentrate on our own games and grind out the results we will be fine! COYR's! FOP! :o) Chipster
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6:56pm Sat 10 Mar 12

redsnapper says...

Have to say Guly played a good game today. Worked hard and played for the team..

Looks like its us and Royals now for the top 2 slots with the not so crafty cockneys in the play offs.

And Voldemorte propping up the table...HA HA HA
Have to say Guly played a good game today. Worked hard and played for the team.. Looks like its us and Royals now for the top 2 slots with the not so crafty cockneys in the play offs. And Voldemorte propping up the table...HA HA HA redsnapper
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6:58pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Spirit of 58 says...

Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing


HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon

a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last

b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness Spirit of 58
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7:10pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Spirit of 58 wrote:
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O) Baddesley Bill
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7:12pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Condor Man says...

Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence.
Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence. Condor Man
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7:14pm Sat 10 Mar 12

forest hump says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!!
PBTB is absolutely right. Bunch of jerks who will never grow up
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!![/p][/quote]PBTB is absolutely right. Bunch of jerks who will never grow up forest hump
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7:16pm Sat 10 Mar 12

rob the saint in NZ says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Spirit of 58 wrote:
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)[/p][/quote]Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-) rob the saint in NZ
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7:17pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Condor Man wrote:
Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence.
I thought we looked well sound after Lambert went off...NA had the game in the bag and gave the bench a run out...simples.
[quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence.[/p][/quote]I thought we looked well sound after Lambert went off...NA had the game in the bag and gave the bench a run out...simples. Baddesley Bill
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7:17pm Sat 10 Mar 12

RedArmy1 says...

Back from the game and posting again !!!

ADAM LALLANA x 3

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!!

aap = always above pompey

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
Back from the game and posting again !!! ADAM LALLANA x 3 WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!! aap = always above pompey RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. RedArmy1
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7:23pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Norwegian Saint says...

I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now!
April 7th to 13th will be our destiny.
I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now! April 7th to 13th will be our destiny. Norwegian Saint
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7:26pm Sat 10 Mar 12

slugger says...

forest hump wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!!
PBTB is absolutely right. Bunch of jerks who will never grow up
the tea lady is never right ! ...... who wants to grow up anyway ?
[quote][p][bold]forest hump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Don't talk with your mouth full TEABAGGER!!![/p][/quote]PBTB is absolutely right. Bunch of jerks who will never grow up[/p][/quote]the tea lady is never right ! ...... who wants to grow up anyway ? slugger
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7:30pm Sat 10 Mar 12

doctorsaint says...

Thought Guly played well today. Not too keen on him on the right though, but floating about with Adam, they were really class. However, Richardson looks horribly slow. Don't think he played well either Tuesday or today
Thought Guly played well today. Not too keen on him on the right though, but floating about with Adam, they were really class. However, Richardson looks horribly slow. Don't think he played well either Tuesday or today doctorsaint
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7:43pm Sat 10 Mar 12

SAINTS 4 EVER says...

Great win today it could so easy have been a banana skin but we have such a great team with so much confidence I don't think anything can stop us now hammers dropping points and skates losing great day we are where we should be looking down on everyone especially skatemouth C.O.Y.R s
Great win today it could so easy have been a banana skin but we have such a great team with so much confidence I don't think anything can stop us now hammers dropping points and skates losing great day we are where we should be looking down on everyone especially skatemouth C.O.Y.R s SAINTS 4 EVER
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7:47pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Spirit of 58 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Spirit of 58 wrote:
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
Thought you and Slugger held your own on the jobshite website on Thursday on the Gus Poyet story - yes they are number 1 club in Hampshire if you take out :

Saints
Aldershit
Farnboro
Beastly Eastleigh
Basingstoke
Havant and Waterlooville
Bashley
Sholing
Winchester
Romsey
the entire Wessex League
etc ...until you reach.......


Poopey down with Moneyfields ladies reserves who probably are better run financially than Voldemort's finest
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)[/p][/quote]Thought you and Slugger held your own on the jobshite website on Thursday on the Gus Poyet story - yes they are number 1 club in Hampshire if you take out : Saints Aldershit Farnboro Beastly Eastleigh Basingstoke Havant and Waterlooville Bashley Sholing Winchester Romsey the entire Wessex League etc ...until you reach....... Poopey down with Moneyfields ladies reserves who probably are better run financially than Voldemort's finest Spirit of 58
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7:53pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Spirit of 58 says...

rob the saint in NZ wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Spirit of 58 wrote:
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-)
It gets better on the News site Brian is intent on the Pompey Brighton love in:

That's ok Harry we get them invading the Argus site too, more to be pitied than scorned. Any true football fan regardless of who they support should stand together when a club is in trouble. Your lot did when we had the bad times. John actually prevented a riot today as he ended up telling the pompey fans to calm down as he was being dragged out. Respect to him.

John - first name terms - don't get too close Brian with out protection luv
[quote][p][bold]rob the saint in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)[/p][/quote]Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-)[/p][/quote]It gets better on the News site Brian is intent on the Pompey Brighton love in: That's ok Harry we get them invading the Argus site too, more to be pitied than scorned. Any true football fan regardless of who they support should stand together when a club is in trouble. Your lot did when we had the bad times. John actually prevented a riot today as he ended up telling the pompey fans to calm down as he was being dragged out. Respect to him. John - first name terms - don't get too close Brian with out protection luv Spirit of 58
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7:54pm Sat 10 Mar 12

slugger says...

Spirit of 58 wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Spirit of 58 wrote:
Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
Thought you and Slugger held your own on the jobshite website on Thursday on the Gus Poyet story - yes they are number 1 club in Hampshire if you take out :

Saints
Aldershit
Farnboro
Beastly Eastleigh
Basingstoke
Havant and Waterlooville
Bashley
Sholing
Winchester
Romsey
the entire Wessex League
etc ...until you reach.......


Poopey down with Moneyfields ladies reserves who probably are better run financially than Voldemort's finest
cracking day out again , how did poopey get on ? ..... lol !
[quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)[/p][/quote]Thought you and Slugger held your own on the jobshite website on Thursday on the Gus Poyet story - yes they are number 1 club in Hampshire if you take out : Saints Aldershit Farnboro Beastly Eastleigh Basingstoke Havant and Waterlooville Bashley Sholing Winchester Romsey the entire Wessex League etc ...until you reach....... Poopey down with Moneyfields ladies reserves who probably are better run financially than Voldemort's finest[/p][/quote]cracking day out again , how did poopey get on ? ..... lol ! slugger
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7:58pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Thornhill Saint says...

I thought we were lucky to be one up in the first half, however I think this made up pretty well for the Ipswich game where we should have been 3-0 up by half time, which guess made up for the Leeds game. All swings in round about and all that!

We were very good in the second half. Highlight for me was Tadanari Lee and his superb run and assist!

Glad to see Lallana grab a couple of goals as he has missed a few recently. Fox showed why he is first choice (I hate to say it as I like Harding but feel he may have gone as far as he can). Guly played well and it was nice to hear Merrington say a few words in his support afterwards. We should be getting behind our players.

Looking like we have an excellent chance of going up! Keep it up and COYRS! PLOR!
I thought we were lucky to be one up in the first half, however I think this made up pretty well for the Ipswich game where we should have been 3-0 up by half time, which guess made up for the Leeds game. All swings in round about and all that! We were very good in the second half. Highlight for me was Tadanari Lee and his superb run and assist! Glad to see Lallana grab a couple of goals as he has missed a few recently. Fox showed why he is first choice (I hate to say it as I like Harding but feel he may have gone as far as he can). Guly played well and it was nice to hear Merrington say a few words in his support afterwards. We should be getting behind our players. Looking like we have an excellent chance of going up! Keep it up and COYRS! PLOR! Thornhill Saint
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8:06pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Spirit of 58 wrote:
rob the saint in NZ wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Spirit of 58 wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness
I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)
Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-)
It gets better on the News site Brian is intent on the Pompey Brighton love in: That's ok Harry we get them invading the Argus site too, more to be pitied than scorned. Any true football fan regardless of who they support should stand together when a club is in trouble. Your lot did when we had the bad times. John actually prevented a riot today as he ended up telling the pompey fans to calm down as he was being dragged out. Respect to him. John - first name terms - don't get too close Brian with out protection luv
Luckily for the poopey clown, a Saints fan had already shoved his bell up his @rse to protect his virginity! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rob the saint in NZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit of 58[/bold] wrote: Changing the debate this was posted on the news website tonight by Brian of Lancing HI I'm a Brighton fan and was at the match today. I wanted to say what great support you have and I truly hope you still have a football club to follow next season. Supporters like you do not deserve what is happening at your club. I was also disgusted at the club stewards today who ejected your No 1 fan because he was ringing his bell. They nearly started trouble where there wasn't any today. I hope we see you back at the Amex again soon a) The looney (No 1 = only) was ejected at last b) Brian is suffering from a very sad illness[/p][/quote]I've had a fantastic day....and this post has just topped it off nicely! :O)[/p][/quote]Removing TWWTB halved their support! ;-)[/p][/quote]It gets better on the News site Brian is intent on the Pompey Brighton love in: That's ok Harry we get them invading the Argus site too, more to be pitied than scorned. Any true football fan regardless of who they support should stand together when a club is in trouble. Your lot did when we had the bad times. John actually prevented a riot today as he ended up telling the pompey fans to calm down as he was being dragged out. Respect to him. John - first name terms - don't get too close Brian with out protection luv[/p][/quote]Luckily for the poopey clown, a Saints fan had already shoved his bell up his @rse to protect his virginity! :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:11pm Sat 10 Mar 12

sledgerite says...

when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr sledgerite
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8:20pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Spirit of 58 says...

Back to football matters - how good was Lalana today?
Back to football matters - how good was Lalana today? Spirit of 58
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8:21pm Sat 10 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards!
Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards! St.Yorkie
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8:28pm Sat 10 Mar 12

slugger says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards!
thought the first half of the first half we were pretty ordinary , then we got some posession and started to dominate without being exeptional , second half there was only gonna be one winner , guly played well but my motm was daniel fox .... brilliant display !
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]thought the first half of the first half we were pretty ordinary , then we got some posession and started to dominate without being exeptional , second half there was only gonna be one winner , guly played well but my motm was daniel fox .... brilliant display ! slugger
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8:35pm Sat 10 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

Well my day went well.
Got plenty of beverages down our necks.
Score prediction was spot on...well done Saints and met another regular on this forum which was a pleasant surprise.
Didn't have the Ruby, went for crispy duck and chicken in a box.
Luvvly jubbly...now trying to keep the one eye open for the football league show but there's a long way to go before it starts.
Got record on the sky plus just in case the eye slams shut!!!
COYR FOP PLR!!!!
Well my day went well. Got plenty of beverages down our necks. Score prediction was spot on...well done Saints and met another regular on this forum which was a pleasant surprise. Didn't have the Ruby, went for crispy duck and chicken in a box. Luvvly jubbly...now trying to keep the one eye open for the football league show but there's a long way to go before it starts. Got record on the sky plus just in case the eye slams shut!!! COYR FOP PLR!!!! seventh-junction
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8:36pm Sat 10 Mar 12

insane saint says...

slugger wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards!
thought the first half of the first half we were pretty ordinary , then we got some posession and started to dominate without being exeptional , second half there was only gonna be one winner , guly played well but my motm was daniel fox .... brilliant display !
agree with all the comments here are the same as my dad and i were saying straight after the final whistle. i am not a big fan of either guly or fox but i will say they played very well today. well done saints and all the fans going to millwall next sat i think on that performance 3 points are coming our way next week.
COYR
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Hey saw Slugs & Bill in Chapel at ht! On my way back to Yorks. Was it me or did we actually look better without the 3-L's? Passing crisper and faster and movement better. Guly was fantastic once he was playing up front. At times in first halfnhe was a pedsetrian! Onwards and upwards![/p][/quote]thought the first half of the first half we were pretty ordinary , then we got some posession and started to dominate without being exeptional , second half there was only gonna be one winner , guly played well but my motm was daniel fox .... brilliant display ![/p][/quote]agree with all the comments here are the same as my dad and i were saying straight after the final whistle. i am not a big fan of either guly or fox but i will say they played very well today. well done saints and all the fans going to millwall next sat i think on that performance 3 points are coming our way next week. COYR insane saint
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8:40pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Back from the game and posting again !!!

ADAM LALLANA x 3

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!!

aap = always above pompey

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
I though you had retired.
He's on a free.
He eats sushi.
Chung me up, innit!
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Back from the game and posting again !!! ADAM LALLANA x 3 WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!! aap = always above pompey RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]I though you had retired. He's on a free. He eats sushi. Chung me up, innit! puppy saint
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8:41pm Sat 10 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Lord of all the 'Rings'...if you know what I mean...chase me chase me
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Lord of all the 'Rings'...if you know what I mean...chase me chase me seventh-junction
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8:41pm Sat 10 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
Lord of all the 'Rings'...if you know what I mean...chase me chase me
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]Lord of all the 'Rings'...if you know what I mean...chase me chase me seventh-junction
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8:42pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

seventh-junction wrote:
Well my day went well.
Got plenty of beverages down our necks.
Score prediction was spot on...well done Saints and met another regular on this forum which was a pleasant surprise.
Didn't have the Ruby, went for crispy duck and chicken in a box.
Luvvly jubbly...now trying to keep the one eye open for the football league show but there's a long way to go before it starts.
Got record on the sky plus just in case the eye slams shut!!!
COYR FOP PLR!!!!
COYR! FOP PLR
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: Well my day went well. Got plenty of beverages down our necks. Score prediction was spot on...well done Saints and met another regular on this forum which was a pleasant surprise. Didn't have the Ruby, went for crispy duck and chicken in a box. Luvvly jubbly...now trying to keep the one eye open for the football league show but there's a long way to go before it starts. Got record on the sky plus just in case the eye slams shut!!! COYR FOP PLR!!!![/p][/quote]COYR! FOP PLR puppy saint
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8:43pm Sat 10 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

puppy saint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Back from the game and posting again !!!

ADAM LALLANA x 3

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!!

aap = always above pompey

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
I though you had retired.
He's on a free.
He eats sushi.
Chung me up, innit!
yo dude
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Back from the game and posting again !!! ADAM LALLANA x 3 WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!! aap = always above pompey RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]I though you had retired. He's on a free. He eats sushi. Chung me up, innit![/p][/quote]yo dude seventh-junction
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8:55pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Glen Wiffen says...

Not an outstanding performance but another 3 points in the bag. Lambert looked tired and deserves his rest. I think he has an award ceremony to attend soon so good luck to the man.
Not an outstanding performance but another 3 points in the bag. Lambert looked tired and deserves his rest. I think he has an award ceremony to attend soon so good luck to the man. Glen Wiffen
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8:55pm Sat 10 Mar 12

andysaint says...

Most of my Pompey mates cant stand John PFC Westwood - hes an embarrassment. There was no possible riot when he got kicked out - the Pompey fans cheered and clapped BECAUSE he was being thrown out!!
Most of my Pompey mates cant stand John PFC Westwood - hes an embarrassment. There was no possible riot when he got kicked out - the Pompey fans cheered and clapped BECAUSE he was being thrown out!! andysaint
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9:02pm Sat 10 Mar 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

Nobody can knock Guly, he had another great game today, I was really chuffed with all Nigel's subs today as none of them weakened our side, how lucky are we! COUR FOP
Nobody can knock Guly, he had another great game today, I was really chuffed with all Nigel's subs today as none of them weakened our side, how lucky are we! COUR FOP worried of n e hampshire
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9:02pm Sat 10 Mar 12

RedArmy1 says...

seventh-junction wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Back from the game and posting again !!!

ADAM LALLANA x 3

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!!

aap = always above pompey

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
I though you had retired.
He's on a free.
He eats sushi.
Chung me up, innit!
yo dude
Puppy ..

Back with vengence for millwall away ..

smash and grab and 3 points at the new den.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Back from the game and posting again !!! ADAM LALLANA x 3 WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!! aap = always above pompey RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]I though you had retired. He's on a free. He eats sushi. Chung me up, innit![/p][/quote]yo dude[/p][/quote]Puppy .. Back with vengence for millwall away .. smash and grab and 3 points at the new den. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. RedArmy1
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9:07pm Sat 10 Mar 12

ghk230473 says...

Keeping the pressure on, well done lads. Reading game on 13th looking like a six pointer, they must be due to slip soon!
Coyr's
Keeping the pressure on, well done lads. Reading game on 13th looking like a six pointer, they must be due to slip soon! Coyr's ghk230473
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9:18pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
seventh-junction wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Back from the game and posting again !!!

ADAM LALLANA x 3

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!!

aap = always above pompey

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
I though you had retired.
He's on a free.
He eats sushi.
Chung me up, innit!
yo dude
Puppy ..

Back with vengence for millwall away ..

smash and grab and 3 points at the new den.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
I'll be Winston Smith too. See you there, kept in for an hour after we win 2-0. A game of '1984'.

COYR! PLR.
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Back from the game and posting again !!! ADAM LALLANA x 3 WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON AND WE ARE GOING UP !!!! aap = always above pompey RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]I though you had retired. He's on a free. He eats sushi. Chung me up, innit![/p][/quote]yo dude[/p][/quote]Puppy .. Back with vengence for millwall away .. smash and grab and 3 points at the new den. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.[/p][/quote]I'll be Winston Smith too. See you there, kept in for an hour after we win 2-0. A game of '1984'. COYR! PLR. puppy saint
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9:23pm Sat 10 Mar 12

redsnapper says...

Today's attendances, best by far at SO14!!!!


AMEX Local Derby only 20700..rather pathetic

ST MARYS Saints v Lowly Northern Outfit 24862.

MADEJSKI Readings Bumper Attendance !! 21858
Today's attendances, best by far at SO14!!!! AMEX Local Derby only 20700..rather pathetic ST MARYS Saints v Lowly Northern Outfit 24862. MADEJSKI Readings Bumper Attendance !! 21858 redsnapper
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9:34pm Sat 10 Mar 12

RedArmy1 says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now!
April 7th to 13th will be our destiny.
Norwegian Saint ..

Get yourself in the Royal Oak before one of the Home Games ..........

(not just the station !!)

Also try and get a ticket in Kingsland North - it's full to the brim and rocking ...

Loud Passionate Support - and just ahead of the hardcore Northam ...

Fancy a laugh and going frontline - then grab a ticket for Itchen North (vs pompey)

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH AND WE WILL TEAR little reading APART !!!

COYR.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now! April 7th to 13th will be our destiny.[/p][/quote]Norwegian Saint .. Get yourself in the Royal Oak before one of the Home Games .......... (not just the station !!) Also try and get a ticket in Kingsland North - it's full to the brim and rocking ... Loud Passionate Support - and just ahead of the hardcore Northam ... Fancy a laugh and going frontline - then grab a ticket for Itchen North (vs pompey) RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH AND WE WILL TEAR little reading APART !!! COYR. RedArmy1
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9:40pm Sat 10 Mar 12

slugger says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Norwegian Saint wrote:
I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now!
April 7th to 13th will be our destiny.
Norwegian Saint ..

Get yourself in the Royal Oak before one of the Home Games ..........

(not just the station !!)

Also try and get a ticket in Kingsland North - it's full to the brim and rocking ...

Loud Passionate Support - and just ahead of the hardcore Northam ...

Fancy a laugh and going frontline - then grab a ticket for Itchen North (vs pompey)

RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH AND WE WILL TEAR little reading APART !!!

COYR.
redarmy 1 , not many regulars on here that i havn't met , perhaps i'll pop to the royal oak before our next game , i like to put faces to names ..... COYR !
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: I am over for the Doony and Poopey games.... think I will get a Reading and Coventry ticket now! April 7th to 13th will be our destiny.[/p][/quote]Norwegian Saint .. Get yourself in the Royal Oak before one of the Home Games .......... (not just the station !!) Also try and get a ticket in Kingsland North - it's full to the brim and rocking ... Loud Passionate Support - and just ahead of the hardcore Northam ... Fancy a laugh and going frontline - then grab a ticket for Itchen North (vs pompey) RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH AND WE WILL TEAR little reading APART !!! COYR.[/p][/quote]redarmy 1 , not many regulars on here that i havn't met , perhaps i'll pop to the royal oak before our next game , i like to put faces to names ..... COYR ! slugger
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9:52pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Definitely a three horse race now. West Ham play Reading soon they cant both win. Our game against Reading may well be for the title.
Definitely a three horse race now. West Ham play Reading soon they cant both win. Our game against Reading may well be for the title. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:56pm Sat 10 Mar 12

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Definitely a three horse race now. West Ham play Reading soon they cant both win. Our game against Reading may well be for the title.
i believe the winners of that game will be promoted (maybe not champs) ........ getting excited now !
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Definitely a three horse race now. West Ham play Reading soon they cant both win. Our game against Reading may well be for the title.[/p][/quote]i believe the winners of that game will be promoted (maybe not champs) ........ getting excited now ! slugger
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9:56pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

Any one got one eye open?
Any one got one eye open? puppy saint
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10:15pm Sat 10 Mar 12

insane saint says...

puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
i got both cant wait to see what that skate has to say tonight
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]i got both cant wait to see what that skate has to say tonight insane saint
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10:15pm Sat 10 Mar 12

when i was young says...

Just back from game,happy thought morgan ran show in 2half tad lee ,fonte played well to.All round good team show just need to sharpen up, final pass needs to be put through quicker to find runners as big gaps to be found with tad lee speed
Just back from game,happy thought morgan ran show in 2half tad lee ,fonte played well to.All round good team show just need to sharpen up, final pass needs to be put through quicker to find runners as big gaps to be found with tad lee speed when i was young
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10:18pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Just having a chat with me bro here...and considering when it was last this good to be a Saint. I know I'm repeating myself here...but we really need to savour this. We are lucky enough to be witnessing the beginning of a new era where our Club can compete, play some amazing football....and succeed. Bloody wonderful! :O)
Just having a chat with me bro here...and considering when it was last this good to be a Saint. I know I'm repeating myself here...but we really need to savour this. We are lucky enough to be witnessing the beginning of a new era where our Club can compete, play some amazing football....and succeed. Bloody wonderful! :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:18pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:22pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard. puppy saint
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10:26pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:38pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes? puppy saint
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10:39pm Sat 10 Mar 12

WinchesterBond says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Great day. If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing! I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it? Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him. It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need. It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder.
1st half Fox and Adam teamed up well to give width on the left but Guly played too narrow for offering a wide right attacking option and it was too much for FR to go solo. Reckon this was the source of frustration amongst fans and Radio Solent callers. However 2nd half it appeared NA wanted Guly to take up a variety of different midfield roles and he worked really hard and was effective. When he went up front later in the game he seemed to be much happier and put in a decent shift. Perhaps some commentors (unfairly) focussed on one part of his performance rather than the whole. I have no doubt that if any player does not do the role NA assigns him then their number will come up on the electronic board, and maybe some moaners should consider that before castigating one of our own. Re the 1st goal brilliant work by Ricky to pick out Adam, and a superb control and finish. 2nd goal outstanding play by Lee and again Adam picked out. Best 3 players on the pitch were subbed and received terrific ovations but Guly was not far behind them. As for Manny yes I remember him and he did so much (underappreciated) good for the team....bit like the outstanding Chris Marsden. Successful Saints teams needed players like Manny, Chris and (dare I say it) Guly and Saints best managers have always known it. It is a team game and today Guly played a team game so imho criticism is unwarranted. PS T-Shirt, Shorts and Sandals today...and obviously getting too hot for the Hammers!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Great day. If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing! I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it? Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him. It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need. It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder.[/p][/quote]1st half Fox and Adam teamed up well to give width on the left but Guly played too narrow for offering a wide right attacking option and it was too much for FR to go solo. Reckon this was the source of frustration amongst fans and Radio Solent callers. However 2nd half it appeared NA wanted Guly to take up a variety of different midfield roles and he worked really hard and was effective. When he went up front later in the game he seemed to be much happier and put in a decent shift. Perhaps some commentors (unfairly) focussed on one part of his performance rather than the whole. I have no doubt that if any player does not do the role NA assigns him then their number will come up on the electronic board, and maybe some moaners should consider that before castigating one of our own. Re the 1st goal brilliant work by Ricky to pick out Adam, and a superb control and finish. 2nd goal outstanding play by Lee and again Adam picked out. Best 3 players on the pitch were subbed and received terrific ovations but Guly was not far behind them. As for Manny yes I remember him and he did so much (underappreciated) good for the team....bit like the outstanding Chris Marsden. Successful Saints teams needed players like Manny, Chris and (dare I say it) Guly and Saints best managers have always known it. It is a team game and today Guly played a team game so imho criticism is unwarranted. PS T-Shirt, Shorts and Sandals today...and obviously getting too hot for the Hammers! WinchesterBond
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10:40pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke. puppy saint
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10:41pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Yes
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Yes Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:43pm Sat 10 Mar 12

george chivers says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
Poor first half. Great second half. Guly far better up front than on the right (ish) of mid field. Two of the goals scored out of the last three have been cut backs from the bye line. Why don't we try to get there more often? Especially early in the game.

Millwall here we come. COYR.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]Poor first half. Great second half. Guly far better up front than on the right (ish) of mid field. Two of the goals scored out of the last three have been cut backs from the bye line. Why don't we try to get there more often? Especially early in the game. Millwall here we come. COYR. george chivers
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10:50pm Sat 10 Mar 12

puppy saint says...

george chivers wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
Poor first half. Great second half. Guly far better up front than on the right (ish) of mid field. Two of the goals scored out of the last three have been cut backs from the bye line. Why don't we try to get there more often? Especially early in the game.

Millwall here we come. COYR.
Winston Smith?
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]Poor first half. Great second half. Guly far better up front than on the right (ish) of mid field. Two of the goals scored out of the last three have been cut backs from the bye line. Why don't we try to get there more often? Especially early in the game. Millwall here we come. COYR.[/p][/quote]Winston Smith? puppy saint
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11:11pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:12pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

WinchesterBond wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Great day. If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing! I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it? Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him. It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need. It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder.
1st half Fox and Adam teamed up well to give width on the left but Guly played too narrow for offering a wide right attacking option and it was too much for FR to go solo. Reckon this was the source of frustration amongst fans and Radio Solent callers. However 2nd half it appeared NA wanted Guly to take up a variety of different midfield roles and he worked really hard and was effective. When he went up front later in the game he seemed to be much happier and put in a decent shift. Perhaps some commentors (unfairly) focussed on one part of his performance rather than the whole. I have no doubt that if any player does not do the role NA assigns him then their number will come up on the electronic board, and maybe some moaners should consider that before castigating one of our own. Re the 1st goal brilliant work by Ricky to pick out Adam, and a superb control and finish. 2nd goal outstanding play by Lee and again Adam picked out. Best 3 players on the pitch were subbed and received terrific ovations but Guly was not far behind them. As for Manny yes I remember him and he did so much (underappreciated) good for the team....bit like the outstanding Chris Marsden. Successful Saints teams needed players like Manny, Chris and (dare I say it) Guly and Saints best managers have always known it. It is a team game and today Guly played a team game so imho criticism is unwarranted. PS T-Shirt, Shorts and Sandals today...and obviously getting too hot for the Hammers!
Thanks for that. A really helpful post. It's hard to tell from here and I only get to a few games a season.

I'm biased because I saw Guly at Coventry (motm) and Reading, where his moment of skill won the ball from a throw and picked out De Ridder for the goal....... one that may (and does at present) keep us above Reading come the season end.

Yes, the grafters are often overlooked, but Marsden did get the plaudits he deserved.

Yes, it's a team game..... at Watford, it was Rickie, at Leeds, Davies, today, I suppose Lallana and, least we forget it, last season against MK Dons, Johnny boy Forte, who baged a few for Notts County today. Well done him.

My money's on Hammond to play a blinder next week at the New Den. He's due a goal.

Special praise today for NA who raised some eyebrows with his substitutions but all of them worked.
[quote][p][bold]WinchesterBond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Great day. If only Big Sam had Rickie ..... oh, and Adam ..... oh, and Tad Lee ..... oh, and Spiderman ...... oh, and Guly ..... But he hasn't, poor thing! I've been able to log into Player today. I know the commentry isn't perfect but they said that Guly was being shifted into various positions, as and when the substitutions were made AND was playing well. I think his work won the corner which eventually led to the first goal, didn't it? Yet, on Solent, there are STILL people moaning about him. It seems to me that, alongside his work rate and skill level (and, yes, his frustrating moments, too), one thing he offers is flexibility. Anyone remember Manny Andrewzeski? A different player but one who could shift roles during a game depending on the need. It gives NA the chance to, for example, bring off Rickie and bring on a midfielder without much disruption. Then bring on a striker like Sharp and take off a midfielder.[/p][/quote]1st half Fox and Adam teamed up well to give width on the left but Guly played too narrow for offering a wide right attacking option and it was too much for FR to go solo. Reckon this was the source of frustration amongst fans and Radio Solent callers. However 2nd half it appeared NA wanted Guly to take up a variety of different midfield roles and he worked really hard and was effective. When he went up front later in the game he seemed to be much happier and put in a decent shift. Perhaps some commentors (unfairly) focussed on one part of his performance rather than the whole. I have no doubt that if any player does not do the role NA assigns him then their number will come up on the electronic board, and maybe some moaners should consider that before castigating one of our own. Re the 1st goal brilliant work by Ricky to pick out Adam, and a superb control and finish. 2nd goal outstanding play by Lee and again Adam picked out. Best 3 players on the pitch were subbed and received terrific ovations but Guly was not far behind them. As for Manny yes I remember him and he did so much (underappreciated) good for the team....bit like the outstanding Chris Marsden. Successful Saints teams needed players like Manny, Chris and (dare I say it) Guly and Saints best managers have always known it. It is a team game and today Guly played a team game so imho criticism is unwarranted. PS T-Shirt, Shorts and Sandals today...and obviously getting too hot for the Hammers![/p][/quote]Thanks for that. A really helpful post. It's hard to tell from here and I only get to a few games a season. I'm biased because I saw Guly at Coventry (motm) and Reading, where his moment of skill won the ball from a throw and picked out De Ridder for the goal....... one that may (and does at present) keep us above Reading come the season end. Yes, the grafters are often overlooked, but Marsden did get the plaudits he deserved. Yes, it's a team game..... at Watford, it was Rickie, at Leeds, Davies, today, I suppose Lallana and, least we forget it, last season against MK Dons, Johnny boy Forte, who baged a few for Notts County today. Well done him. My money's on Hammond to play a blinder next week at the New Den. He's due a goal. Special praise today for NA who raised some eyebrows with his substitutions but all of them worked. Strasbourg Saint
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11:15pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now. Strasbourg Saint
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11:17pm Sat 10 Mar 12

saintkenny says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !!
And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ?
Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position.
You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language.
At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.
fair enough but after all the remarks you have made on here and argus you our no better your self .you should remember that when your writing stuff people read it as well .well after your prediction in form guide here we our 30 points left .11 ahead of you .reading is the side to be wary of you have them westham do and we do next month .end of march will leave 6 games lets see where we our then
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: POINTS IN THE BAG , CLEAN SHEET . Fat SAM not singing and our queer south coasters beat the SKATES , The sun is out SHINE ON !! C.O.Y.R. !![/p][/quote]And you wonder why normal folks come on here with relatatory comments ? Any sensible person would just be celebrating a good result and a good league position. You really must do something about that chip on your shoulder with Brighton, and the childish homophobic, very boring, very repetitive, and small mined language. At least try to think of something more original. This is 2012 now mate, not 1977.[/p][/quote]fair enough but after all the remarks you have made on here and argus you our no better your self .you should remember that when your writing stuff people read it as well .well after your prediction in form guide here we our 30 points left .11 ahead of you .reading is the side to be wary of you have them westham do and we do next month .end of march will leave 6 games lets see where we our then saintkenny
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11:19pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:20pm Sat 10 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

You've had it you're thru
You've had it you're thru -ou!
You dirty Skate Bast@rds
You've had it you're thru!

We've finished with you
We've finished with you-ou
You dirty Skate Basta@rds
We've finished with you!

Home in one piece and watching Reservoir Dogs...nice way to end a Saturday night?
You've had it you're thru You've had it you're thru -ou! You dirty Skate Bast@rds You've had it you're thru! We've finished with you We've finished with you-ou You dirty Skate Basta@rds We've finished with you! Home in one piece and watching Reservoir Dogs...nice way to end a Saturday night? St.Yorkie
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11:27pm Sat 10 Mar 12

nannupsaint says...

rocketone wrote:
heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week !
so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell !
OK Dan ?
38C here yesterday; 40C predicted for today and 38C again tomorrow. Cooling down to a mild low 30Cs for the rest of the week. No rain so far this month and none on the horizon.

Now that Australia and Japan are in the same group for the next round of World Cup qualifiers can someone arrange for Tadanari to be injured (just slightly) before each international. I'd be most grateful.
[quote][p][bold]rocketone[/bold] wrote: heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week ! so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell ! OK Dan ?[/p][/quote]38C here yesterday; 40C predicted for today and 38C again tomorrow. Cooling down to a mild low 30Cs for the rest of the week. No rain so far this month and none on the horizon. Now that Australia and Japan are in the same group for the next round of World Cup qualifiers can someone arrange for Tadanari to be injured (just slightly) before each international. I'd be most grateful. nannupsaint
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11:39pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
Great!

We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach.

Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]Great! We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach. Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice? Strasbourg Saint
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11:42pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
Great!

We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach.

Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice?
We're going to the titty bar according to Bill. I get him to give them a call and ask.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]Great! We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach. Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice?[/p][/quote]We're going to the titty bar according to Bill. I get him to give them a call and ask. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:53pm Sat 10 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
Great!

We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach.

Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice?
We're going to the titty bar according to Bill. I get him to give them a call and ask.
The Titty Bar? Are you sure it's family friendly?

We'll touch base nearer the time.

Will you have bought the Skates by then? How much does a shed, a woman in a wheelchair and a plonker with a bell cost these days?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]Great! We're doing it in style...... Ashton-under-Lyne Travelodge, then pre-match greasy spoon brunch at the beach. Your family-friendly Blackpool pub of choice?[/p][/quote]We're going to the titty bar according to Bill. I get him to give them a call and ask.[/p][/quote]The Titty Bar? Are you sure it's family friendly? We'll touch base nearer the time. Will you have bought the Skates by then? How much does a shed, a woman in a wheelchair and a plonker with a bell cost these days? Strasbourg Saint
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11:54pm Sat 10 Mar 12

swesaint says...

Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull?
Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull? swesaint
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11:56pm Sat 10 Mar 12

SAINTS 4 EVER says...

i hear pompey council said they will the skates ground on the condition they are liquidated
Ha even their own council want rid of the dirty skates.Now thats funny !!!
i hear pompey council said they will the skates ground on the condition they are liquidated Ha even their own council want rid of the dirty skates.Now thats funny !!! SAINTS 4 EVER
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1:12am Sun 11 Mar 12

Thorshammer says...

doctorsaint wrote:
Thought Guly played well today. Not too keen on him on the right though, but floating about with Adam, they were really class. However, Richardson looks horribly slow. Don't think he played well either Tuesday or today
Richardson may be horribly slow but the players in this league are having a problem catching up with his 15 assists.
Just why does NA pick him ?, I don't know.
[quote][p][bold]doctorsaint[/bold] wrote: Thought Guly played well today. Not too keen on him on the right though, but floating about with Adam, they were really class. However, Richardson looks horribly slow. Don't think he played well either Tuesday or today[/p][/quote]Richardson may be horribly slow but the players in this league are having a problem catching up with his 15 assists. Just why does NA pick him ?, I don't know. Thorshammer
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4:27am Sun 11 Mar 12

mack chinnon says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
See you there.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]See you there. mack chinnon
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9:53am Sun 11 Mar 12

petethephantom says...

nannupsaint wrote:
rocketone wrote: heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week ! so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell ! OK Dan ?
38C here yesterday; 40C predicted for today and 38C again tomorrow. Cooling down to a mild low 30Cs for the rest of the week. No rain so far this month and none on the horizon. Now that Australia and Japan are in the same group for the next round of World Cup qualifiers can someone arrange for Tadanari to be injured (just slightly) before each international. I'd be most grateful.
gratefully to keep us ozzies winning.... just make sure he aint ready for japan ...lol
COYR
[quote][p][bold]nannupsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rocketone[/bold] wrote: heatwave predicted for this week with temperatures hovering around 15c all week ! so next week it will be the team with stamina to counter this hot spell ! OK Dan ?[/p][/quote]38C here yesterday; 40C predicted for today and 38C again tomorrow. Cooling down to a mild low 30Cs for the rest of the week. No rain so far this month and none on the horizon. Now that Australia and Japan are in the same group for the next round of World Cup qualifiers can someone arrange for Tadanari to be injured (just slightly) before each international. I'd be most grateful.[/p][/quote]gratefully to keep us ozzies winning.... just make sure he aint ready for japan ...lol COYR petethephantom
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9:56am Sun 11 Mar 12

Confucious says...

The Football League Player of the Year Award is announced tonight. On balance, I'd like Rickie to take it but don't mind too much who wins as long as the surname starts with an L.

Very good to see the Japanese lads in the Northam with their Tadanari placards yesterday - well placed to see his great assist for Adam. BANZAI!
The Football League Player of the Year Award is announced tonight. On balance, I'd like Rickie to take it but don't mind too much who wins as long as the surname starts with an L. Very good to see the Japanese lads in the Northam with their Tadanari placards yesterday - well placed to see his great assist for Adam. BANZAI! Confucious
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10:07am Sun 11 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
See you there.
Where, the titty bar or Puppy's sofa and will your wife be joining us?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]See you there.[/p][/quote]Where, the titty bar or Puppy's sofa and will your wife be joining us? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:13am Sun 11 Mar 12

Gossie. says...

SAINTS 4 EVER wrote:
i hear pompey council said they will the skates ground on the condition they are liquidated Ha even their own council want rid of the dirty skates.Now thats funny !!!
Think most of the sensible people realise that liquidation is their only viable option, just hope they drag it out so that they miss getting into a league next season, oh how much fun it will be watching the blue few floundering around on a Saturday afternoon with nothing to do
[quote][p][bold]SAINTS 4 EVER[/bold] wrote: i hear pompey council said they will the skates ground on the condition they are liquidated Ha even their own council want rid of the dirty skates.Now thats funny !!![/p][/quote]Think most of the sensible people realise that liquidation is their only viable option, just hope they drag it out so that they miss getting into a league next season, oh how much fun it will be watching the blue few floundering around on a Saturday afternoon with nothing to do Gossie.
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10:17am Sun 11 Mar 12

mack chinnon says...

She has got a slot at the titty bar. She dosent know yet.
She has got a slot at the titty bar. She dosent know yet. mack chinnon
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10:26am Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
See you there.
Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]See you there.[/p][/quote]Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner. Strasbourg Saint
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10:50am Sun 11 Mar 12

mack chinnon says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
See you there.
Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner.
That would be nice but i am particulary looking forward to going donkey riding,I hear there,s one called Claus.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]See you there.[/p][/quote]Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner.[/p][/quote]That would be nice but i am particulary looking forward to going donkey riding,I hear there,s one called Claus. mack chinnon
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11:22am Sun 11 Mar 12

Spudsaint says...

Four home wins essential. Poop*y & Cov will be full. Need to do the same for Donny & Fake Hoops. That leaves six aways. Now is the time to find our form on the road. COYR!
Four home wins essential. Poop*y & Cov will be full. Need to do the same for Donny & Fake Hoops. That leaves six aways. Now is the time to find our form on the road. COYR! Spudsaint
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11:52am Sun 11 Mar 12

Norwegian Saint says...

I feel we need 15 more points to guarantee automatic. WH have some tough games starting next week v Leeds. Reading got the easiest run in. 1 good away win and 4 home wins and were off to the promised land.
COYS!!!! Massive games coming up, we can do this!!!
I feel we need 15 more points to guarantee automatic. WH have some tough games starting next week v Leeds. Reading got the easiest run in. 1 good away win and 4 home wins and were off to the promised land. COYS!!!! Massive games coming up, we can do this!!! Norwegian Saint
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11:54am Sun 11 Mar 12

CrouchEndReg says...

swesaint wrote:
Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull?
There are a few of us London Saints going up to Hull. We're on the 11.35 from Kings Cross and I think the 10.05 back the next day. My work mates can't believe I've taken 2 days off work to go to bloody Hull!!
There's about 40 of us going up to Blackpool and all booked into the same hotel. Should be a good crac. Where's this Titty Bar everyones going on about? surely you can't take kids in there!Last time I was up there I saw a place advertising naked mud wrestling, now that sounds interesting provided it's not 2 blokes of course!!! See you at Millwall, Borough Market before and after the game.
[quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull?[/p][/quote]There are a few of us London Saints going up to Hull. We're on the 11.35 from Kings Cross and I think the 10.05 back the next day. My work mates can't believe I've taken 2 days off work to go to bloody Hull!! There's about 40 of us going up to Blackpool and all booked into the same hotel. Should be a good crac. Where's this Titty Bar everyones going on about? surely you can't take kids in there!Last time I was up there I saw a place advertising naked mud wrestling, now that sounds interesting provided it's not 2 blokes of course!!! See you at Millwall, Borough Market before and after the game. CrouchEndReg
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11:59am Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Any one got one eye open?
You got any space for Millwall game?
I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.
You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.
I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?
Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.
Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.
Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!!

btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.
Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.
See you there.
Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner.
That would be nice but i am particulary looking forward to going donkey riding,I hear there,s one called Claus.
I'm up for that. Can I ride the one called 'Shot-shy Kitson'?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: Any one got one eye open?[/p][/quote]You got any space for Millwall game?[/p][/quote]I can get you a ticket. Might even be able to put you up for the night, Mrs. puppy pending. She's hard.[/p][/quote]You driving? I shall charm Mrs Puppy no worries there.[/p][/quote]I'll be wooing her 3 days before kick off. I'll bag you a ticket. She already thinks you're a **** but if you are up for it then f%ck it, innit? Just say yes?[/p][/quote]Mrs. puppy lives in T'Smoke.[/p][/quote]Get her to invite a mate round. I'm on a roll and it would be good to combine it with an away day. Bit of a six pointer.[/p][/quote]Puppy, you should charge the mean old (Seedy) bugg€r for his bed (or sofa) and put the profit in Bill's charity tin. 50% surcharge for a full English!! btw, either of you doing Blackpool? I have the train tickets, I just need the match tickets now.[/p][/quote]Staying in Blackpool with Bill and some of my northern mates. Going to be messy. Just like Puppy's sofa.[/p][/quote]See you there.[/p][/quote]Maybe, as a special favour for you Mack, Seedhouse could ask NA to get the boys to score at Blackpool from a corner.[/p][/quote]That would be nice but i am particulary looking forward to going donkey riding,I hear there,s one called Claus.[/p][/quote]I'm up for that. Can I ride the one called 'Shot-shy Kitson'? Strasbourg Saint
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12:07pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

Oldfan wrote:
Just so happy - 10 games to go now and cannot really believe we have control of the league (albeit on goal difference) at this point. Well done Saints
Its not on goal difference!!! We are 3 points clear!!
[quote][p][bold]Oldfan[/bold] wrote: Just so happy - 10 games to go now and cannot really believe we have control of the league (albeit on goal difference) at this point. Well done Saints[/p][/quote]Its not on goal difference!!! We are 3 points clear!! andysaints007
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12:10pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

red saint wrote:
wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.
Don't really think Reading is on the south coast !!
[quote][p][bold]red saint[/bold] wrote: wot r the odds of a south coast treble 4 promotion. saints champions. reading runners up, brighton, winners of play offs, beating west spam.and poopey relegated 2 league 1. its party time.[/p][/quote]Don't really think Reading is on the south coast !! andysaints007
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12:24pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

Condor Man wrote:
Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence.
What game were you watching then?
[quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: Can anyone tell why Lambert was taken off? the game ran out of steam in his absence.[/p][/quote]What game were you watching then? andysaints007
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12:35pm Sun 11 Mar 12

From Sholing to Leeds says...

Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!! From Sholing to Leeds
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12:38pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
[quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!! andysaints007
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1:00pm Sun 11 Mar 12

spirit of 66 says...

Interesting piece in yesterday's programme about Jimmy Melia and how Saints fans in the 60's did not understand the midfielder's role and used to give him stick. Saints fans know their strikers, crossers of the ball and doughty defenders, but there seems to be a traditional cultural gap for understanding midfielders. Is this why some are giving Guly stick? On the midfield note won't it be great when all players get up to speed with Tadanari's clever running of the ball and anticipate where he will be. One or two missed it yesterday. Think Leesan was the signing of the year. Rip up those defences Tadinari! ONWARDS and UPWARDS.
Interesting piece in yesterday's programme about Jimmy Melia and how Saints fans in the 60's did not understand the midfielder's role and used to give him stick. Saints fans know their strikers, crossers of the ball and doughty defenders, but there seems to be a traditional cultural gap for understanding midfielders. Is this why some are giving Guly stick? On the midfield note won't it be great when all players get up to speed with Tadanari's clever running of the ball and anticipate where he will be. One or two missed it yesterday. Think Leesan was the signing of the year. Rip up those defences Tadinari! ONWARDS and UPWARDS. spirit of 66
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1:12pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Leeds 2-0 up on Boro at half time, cooshty. Looking forward to them inflicting damage on all our rivals til the end of the season. They must be inspired by the battering we gave them
Leeds 2-0 up on Boro at half time, cooshty. Looking forward to them inflicting damage on all our rivals til the end of the season. They must be inspired by the battering we gave them Mush On The Beach
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1:21pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Leeds 2-0 up on Boro at half time, cooshty. Looking forward to them inflicting damage on all our rivals til the end of the season. They must be inspired by the battering we gave them
Love Leeds. Always have. Always will.

Love Neil Warnock. Always have. Always will.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: Leeds 2-0 up on Boro at half time, cooshty. Looking forward to them inflicting damage on all our rivals til the end of the season. They must be inspired by the battering we gave them[/p][/quote]Love Leeds. Always have. Always will. Love Neil Warnock. Always have. Always will. Strasbourg Saint
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1:22pm Sun 11 Mar 12

up saints says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
I feel we need 15 more points to guarantee automatic. WH have some tough games starting next week v Leeds. Reading got the easiest run in. 1 good away win and 4 home wins and were off to the promised land.
COYS!!!! Massive games coming up, we can do this!!!
hope your right can;t see that being enough.iam looking at reading 87 points .4 homes wins and 3 away iam hoping for.
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: I feel we need 15 more points to guarantee automatic. WH have some tough games starting next week v Leeds. Reading got the easiest run in. 1 good away win and 4 home wins and were off to the promised land. COYS!!!! Massive games coming up, we can do this!!![/p][/quote]hope your right can;t see that being enough.iam looking at reading 87 points .4 homes wins and 3 away iam hoping for. up saints
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2:15pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Leeds still 2 up injury time and Boro red card for Robson. Hopefully other teams will do the work for us.
Leeds still 2 up injury time and Boro red card for Robson. Hopefully other teams will do the work for us. OSPREYSAINT
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2:21pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

andysaints007 wrote:
sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!![/p][/quote]Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy. OSPREYSAINT
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2:25pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Leeds 2 0 and could do us a big favour on Saturday against WHU
Leeds 2 0 and could do us a big favour on Saturday against WHU OSPREYSAINT
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2:27pm Sun 11 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

From Sholing to Leeds wrote:
Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
[quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good? St.Yorkie
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2:35pm Sun 11 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?
Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him? St.Yorkie
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2:37pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
From Sholing to Leeds wrote:
Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask.

Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train.

Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good?[/p][/quote]Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two. Strasbourg Saint
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2:49pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?
Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?[/p][/quote]Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing. OSPREYSAINT
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2:56pm Sun 11 Mar 12

rocketone says...

Millwall form is definitely a mixed bag, totally unpredictable.
Saints on current form should batter them, but we all know that football doesn't work that way.
So Nigel is going to need to drill the team to score early and continue to smash them at every oppurtunity, because if they are shown any mercy early on they will be encouraged and make a game of it.
Do not want a game, I want an annihilation !!
After Tuesday, when we must expect Reading to win, it will be goal difference until the first team blinks.
Millwall form is definitely a mixed bag, totally unpredictable. Saints on current form should batter them, but we all know that football doesn't work that way. So Nigel is going to need to drill the team to score early and continue to smash them at every oppurtunity, because if they are shown any mercy early on they will be encouraged and make a game of it. Do not want a game, I want an annihilation !! After Tuesday, when we must expect Reading to win, it will be goal difference until the first team blinks. rocketone
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3:13pm Sun 11 Mar 12

From Sholing to Leeds says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
From Sholing to Leeds wrote:
Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask.

Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train.

Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.
Cheers yorkie. There will be 3 of us and the train from York to leeds is at 23:07. That possible to accomodate, mate?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good?[/p][/quote]Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.[/p][/quote]Cheers yorkie. There will be 3 of us and the train from York to leeds is at 23:07. That possible to accomodate, mate? From Sholing to Leeds
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3:41pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O)
St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O) Baddesley Bill
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3:49pm Sun 11 Mar 12

From Sholing to Leeds says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O)
Haha :)
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O)[/p][/quote]Haha :) From Sholing to Leeds
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3:56pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

From Sholing to Leeds wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O)
Haha :)
I was gonna ask for a drop off to the titty club after the game too...but then I remembered we'd be in Middlesboro and thought better of it! :O)
[quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: St Yorkie...any chance of a lift to the Middlesboro game mate?...naturally, I will require pick up and drop off to my door (oh yeah...in-transit refreshments would be much appreciated too!) ;O)[/p][/quote]Haha :)[/p][/quote]I was gonna ask for a drop off to the titty club after the game too...but then I remembered we'd be in Middlesboro and thought better of it! :O) Baddesley Bill
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4:00pm Sun 11 Mar 12

rocketone says...

From the Guardian August 4th.
Saints + Reading have no chance and Wet Spam have already won it. Just as well Nigel doesn't read the Guardian !

0.5% Barnsley
8.2% Birmingham City
2.1% Blackpool
4.2% Brighton & Hove Albion
0.8% Bristol City
0.8% Burnley
6.9% Cardiff City
0.5% Coventry City
1.2% Crystal Palace
0.9% Derby County
0.5% Doncaster Rovers
1.1% Hull City
3% Ipswich Town
7.6% Leeds United
17.2% Leicester City
2.7% Middlesbrough
0.3% Millwall
5.4% Nottingham Forest
0.7% Peterborough United
1.5% Portsmouth
2% Reading
3.3% Southampton
1% Watford
27.4% West Ham United

So, we as Saints supporters need to get real and support our team. We were never expected to do any more than struggle to survive.
So lets enjoy what has already passed and look forward to an extremely entertaining end to a magnificent season.
From the Guardian August 4th. Saints + Reading have no chance and Wet Spam have already won it. Just as well Nigel doesn't read the Guardian ! 0.5% Barnsley 8.2% Birmingham City 2.1% Blackpool 4.2% Brighton & Hove Albion 0.8% Bristol City 0.8% Burnley 6.9% Cardiff City 0.5% Coventry City 1.2% Crystal Palace 0.9% Derby County 0.5% Doncaster Rovers 1.1% Hull City 3% Ipswich Town 7.6% Leeds United 17.2% Leicester City 2.7% Middlesbrough 0.3% Millwall 5.4% Nottingham Forest 0.7% Peterborough United 1.5% Portsmouth 2% Reading 3.3% Southampton 1% Watford 27.4% West Ham United So, we as Saints supporters need to get real and support our team. We were never expected to do any more than struggle to survive. So lets enjoy what has already passed and look forward to an extremely entertaining end to a magnificent season. rocketone
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4:05pm Sun 11 Mar 12

rocketone says...

Perhaps I should have explained, this was a survey conducted at the start of the season amongst supporters clubs throughout the Championship.
Over 50% said the top 3 would be WHU,LCFC + BCFC.
We were never even considered challengers.
Perhaps I should have explained, this was a survey conducted at the start of the season amongst supporters clubs throughout the Championship. Over 50% said the top 3 would be WHU,LCFC + BCFC. We were never even considered challengers. rocketone
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4:05pm Sun 11 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

From Sholing to Leeds wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
From Sholing to Leeds wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.
Cheers yorkie. There will be 3 of us and the train from York to leeds is at 23:07. That possible to accomodate, mate?
No smoking, no drinking and no ****! Definitely no swearing - or goading the angry Hull fans on A63 out of Hull!
Might be ablr to swing it as I'm going - bit out of my way on the way back...as I live 13-miles from the station in York!
[quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good?[/p][/quote]Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.[/p][/quote]Cheers yorkie. There will be 3 of us and the train from York to leeds is at 23:07. That possible to accomodate, mate?[/p][/quote]No smoking, no drinking and no ****! Definitely no swearing - or goading the angry Hull fans on A63 out of Hull! Might be ablr to swing it as I'm going - bit out of my way on the way back...as I live 13-miles from the station in York! St.Yorkie
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4:07pm Sun 11 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
From Sholing to Leeds wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.
Sorry Strassie - not doing Blackpool, otherwise I would do the honours!
Bloody part timers - just not reliable are they?
I'll be at Peterboro & Middlesboro...is that any good?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good?[/p][/quote]Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.[/p][/quote]Sorry Strassie - not doing Blackpool, otherwise I would do the honours! Bloody part timers - just not reliable are they? I'll be at Peterboro & Middlesboro...is that any good? St.Yorkie
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4:13pm Sun 11 Mar 12

St.Yorkie says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?
Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.
Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?[/p][/quote]Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.[/p][/quote]Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee! St.Yorkie
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4:21pm Sun 11 Mar 12

cheshireexile says...

some round me saying same about lee always in offside position, thing is its all about pass timing if he stands shoulder to shoulder centre back just steps up and end result midfield is compressed, if he is behind centre back he makes run when expecting pass to be played thus defender has to be aware of whats going on in opposite directions not easy, tad looks good at it too
some round me saying same about lee always in offside position, thing is its all about pass timing if he stands shoulder to shoulder centre back just steps up and end result midfield is compressed, if he is behind centre back he makes run when expecting pass to be played thus defender has to be aware of whats going on in opposite directions not easy, tad looks good at it too cheshireexile
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4:23pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.
I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here. Baddesley Bill
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4:29pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
From Sholing to Leeds wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!!
Could get you to York - any good?
Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.
Sorry Strassie - not doing Blackpool, otherwise I would do the honours!
Bloody part timers - just not reliable are they?
I'll be at Peterboro & Middlesboro...is that any good?
No worries. Alas, I can't now get over for anything else until the new Premier League season :)

How about a lift to and from the Racing Strasbourg game next Saturday?

Bill would need picking up on the way through to Dover and dropping off afterwards at the Busty Felins Club in Amsterdam.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From Sholing to Leeds[/bold] wrote: Anyone driving back to Leeds (or nearby) after the Hull game? Last train is at half 9 Tuesday night!![/p][/quote]Could get you to York - any good?[/p][/quote]Yorkie the taxi, a cheeky ask. Are you going to the Blackpool game? The boys and I have to get over to Ripon afterwards. As it's a 5.25ko, that's not going to be possible by train. Can you help? We'd obviously pay your petrol and get you a beer or two.[/p][/quote]Sorry Strassie - not doing Blackpool, otherwise I would do the honours! Bloody part timers - just not reliable are they? I'll be at Peterboro & Middlesboro...is that any good?[/p][/quote]No worries. Alas, I can't now get over for anything else until the new Premier League season :) How about a lift to and from the Racing Strasbourg game next Saturday? Bill would need picking up on the way through to Dover and dropping off afterwards at the Busty Felins Club in Amsterdam. Strasbourg Saint
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4:58pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.
Who did you have your other eye on?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.[/p][/quote]Who did you have your other eye on? OSPREYSAINT
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4:58pm Sun 11 Mar 12

rocketone says...

One of my favourite anorak sites is the Guardian football stats.
Spent the last half hour working out what would happen if everything went acccording to statistics and we are going to win the league.
Next week against Millwall.
Our average first goal is the 29th minute till the 40th.
Millwall average first goal conceded is 39th minute.
Go to the bookies and bet on Ricky in the 35 to 45 minute for 1 st goal.
One of my favourite anorak sites is the Guardian football stats. Spent the last half hour working out what would happen if everything went acccording to statistics and we are going to win the league. Next week against Millwall. Our average first goal is the 29th minute till the 40th. Millwall average first goal conceded is 39th minute. Go to the bookies and bet on Ricky in the 35 to 45 minute for 1 st goal. rocketone
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5:04pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.
Who did you have your other eye on?
My pie...if I don't pay attention to it, I end up dribbling gravy on my shirt.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.[/p][/quote]Who did you have your other eye on?[/p][/quote]My pie...if I don't pay attention to it, I end up dribbling gravy on my shirt. Baddesley Bill
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5:06pm Sun 11 Mar 12

rocketone says...

more anorak stuff....
if Saints are winning at half time they win.
if Millwall are losing at half time they lose.
Saints have the 4th best defence and 5th best attack away.
Millwall have the 5th worst attack at home, no data on their defence rating but a goal diff of -4 suggests they are not that good.
Smash them.
more anorak stuff.... if Saints are winning at half time they win. if Millwall are losing at half time they lose. Saints have the 4th best defence and 5th best attack away. Millwall have the 5th worst attack at home, no data on their defence rating but a goal diff of -4 suggests they are not that good. Smash them. rocketone
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5:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol
dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol slugger
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6:00pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

slugger wrote:
dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol
Hmmmmm! Now there is a thought, not helping them in the least.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol[/p][/quote]Hmmmmm! Now there is a thought, not helping them in the least. OSPREYSAINT
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6:03pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.
Who did you have your other eye on?
My pie...if I don't pay attention to it, I end up dribbling gravy on my shirt.
Ah! the dreaded dribble, that's a major problem at my age.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.[/p][/quote]Who did you have your other eye on?[/p][/quote]My pie...if I don't pay attention to it, I end up dribbling gravy on my shirt.[/p][/quote]Ah! the dreaded dribble, that's a major problem at my age. OSPREYSAINT
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6:09pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Thornhill Saint says...

St.Yorkie wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?
Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.
Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee!
In the first half I remmeber it kind of differently. He was there defensively when we needed him making some pretty important interceptions and tackles. He passed to his team mates, some clever flicks forwards (Some which came off some which did not), sometimes boinking it back to the player who gave it to him, by and large keeping posession and control of the football. He drifted into the box and wide, got fouled a few times in important places leading to dangerous free kicks. He was not a shining beacon of godly light in the first half but the way I remember it he supported his team, did the job the gaffer asked of him and put a pretty good shift in. The only time I remember him falling over where the ref waved it away was in the second half in front of the Northam End. He looked for the free kick, can't really blame him or Lallana the other day when he was booked for diving.

Considering other wasteful play going on in the first 35 minutes (Including one particularly woeful lateral pass from Sir Lambert), to criticise Guly for sometimes putting his hands on hips is a bit dispraportionate. From what I can tell they all tend to do it from time to time in particular Mr. Lee. I don't really see this as a sign that he does not know what he is doing.

I agree he was very good second half.
[quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?[/p][/quote]Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.[/p][/quote]Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee![/p][/quote]In the first half I remmeber it kind of differently. He was there defensively when we needed him making some pretty important interceptions and tackles. He passed to his team mates, some clever flicks forwards (Some which came off some which did not), sometimes boinking it back to the player who gave it to him, by and large keeping posession and control of the football. He drifted into the box and wide, got fouled a few times in important places leading to dangerous free kicks. He was not a shining beacon of godly light in the first half but the way I remember it he supported his team, did the job the gaffer asked of him and put a pretty good shift in. The only time I remember him falling over where the ref waved it away was in the second half in front of the Northam End. He looked for the free kick, can't really blame him or Lallana the other day when he was booked for diving. Considering other wasteful play going on in the first 35 minutes (Including one particularly woeful lateral pass from Sir Lambert), to criticise Guly for sometimes putting his hands on hips is a bit dispraportionate. From what I can tell they all tend to do it from time to time in particular Mr. Lee. I don't really see this as a sign that he does not know what he is doing. I agree he was very good second half. Thornhill Saint
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6:15pm Sun 11 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

slugger wrote:
dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol
Just had that thought.....it brought a smile to my face.
Depressed butt tea lady boy on the PQ site is convinced the PQ's are going to beat Saints in the play off final....that also brought a smile to my face.
The ABandit is completely obsessed with Saints and mentions them in all his posts....is that a bit psychotic or just a case of good old fashioned green eyed monster jealousy?....lol
COYR...FOP...PLR
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol[/p][/quote]Just had that thought.....it brought a smile to my face. Depressed butt tea lady boy on the PQ site is convinced the PQ's are going to beat Saints in the play off final....that also brought a smile to my face. The ABandit is completely obsessed with Saints and mentions them in all his posts....is that a bit psychotic or just a case of good old fashioned green eyed monster jealousy?....lol COYR...FOP...PLR seventh-junction
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6:24pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

seventh-junction wrote:
slugger wrote:
dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol
Just had that thought.....it brought a smile to my face.
Depressed butt tea lady boy on the PQ site is convinced the PQ's are going to beat Saints in the play off final....that also brought a smile to my face.
The ABandit is completely obsessed with Saints and mentions them in all his posts....is that a bit psychotic or just a case of good old fashioned green eyed monster jealousy?....lol
COYR...FOP...PLR
i'm convinced he's just a bit jealous ...... who can blame him ? ......... if i supported the second best team on the south coast i think i may be also ! lol
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: dosn't sunday feel like a better day after another win and still top of the championship ........ spare a thought for the rabble down the road ! lol[/p][/quote]Just had that thought.....it brought a smile to my face. Depressed butt tea lady boy on the PQ site is convinced the PQ's are going to beat Saints in the play off final....that also brought a smile to my face. The ABandit is completely obsessed with Saints and mentions them in all his posts....is that a bit psychotic or just a case of good old fashioned green eyed monster jealousy?....lol COYR...FOP...PLR[/p][/quote]i'm convinced he's just a bit jealous ...... who can blame him ? ......... if i supported the second best team on the south coast i think i may be also ! lol slugger
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6:39pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Scruffygirl94 says...

Can anyone help me please ?
A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ?
It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time !
I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .
Can anyone help me please ? A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ? It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time ! I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola . Scruffygirl94
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6:53pm Sun 11 Mar 12

hedge end bob says...

A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?.
I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two.
Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in.
great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous.
C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.
A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?. I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two. Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in. great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous. C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands. hedge end bob
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6:56pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

Scruffygirl94 wrote:
Can anyone help me please ?
A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ?
It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time !
I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .
e-mail the club and ask them , they do reply ........ agree with the sentiment 100% .
[quote][p][bold]Scruffygirl94[/bold] wrote: Can anyone help me please ? A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ? It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time ! I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .[/p][/quote]e-mail the club and ask them , they do reply ........ agree with the sentiment 100% . slugger
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6:58pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

hedge end bob wrote:
A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?.
I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two.
Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in.
great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous.
C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.
deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo).
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?. I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two. Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in. great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous. C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.[/p][/quote]deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo). slugger
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7:26pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Thornhill Saint says...

slugger wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?.
I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two.
Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in.
great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous.
C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.
deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo).
Guly is an asset. Assists, goals, and a goal line clearance against Derby and West Ham as well as decent all round performances fornthe most part wherever he is asked to play. Strasbourg Saint already mentioned his assist in
the Reading game which was
genius. nobody is perfect ans nor is Guly but I feel he's unfairly picked on.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?. I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two. Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in. great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous. C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.[/p][/quote]deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo).[/p][/quote]Guly is an asset. Assists, goals, and a goal line clearance against Derby and West Ham as well as decent all round performances fornthe most part wherever he is asked to play. Strasbourg Saint already mentioned his assist in the Reading game which was genius. nobody is perfect ans nor is Guly but I feel he's unfairly picked on. Thornhill Saint
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7:36pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Do Prado is an easy target...he is gangly and can have the appearance of a lazy player. However, for me, he works hard and has provided us with loads more positves than negatives this year. The stats do not lie. I only hope he gets a 30yd screamer whilst I'm sat next to one of the so called "Guly bashers" (ps Guly bashing just sounds wrong to me).
Do Prado is an easy target...he is gangly and can have the appearance of a lazy player. However, for me, he works hard and has provided us with loads more positves than negatives this year. The stats do not lie. I only hope he gets a 30yd screamer whilst I'm sat next to one of the so called "Guly bashers" (ps Guly bashing just sounds wrong to me). Baddesley Bill
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7:37pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.
I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!!
With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!!
I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!!
Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!![/p][/quote]Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.[/p][/quote]I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!! With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!! I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!! Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!! andysaints007
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7:43pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

andysaints007 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.
I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!!
With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!!
I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!!
Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!!
agree totally about lee (badds bill and i had the same conversation last night), nigel will of course know this and will be working on the rest of the team spotting lee's runs and when it clicks we'll be an even stronger attacking team ....... can't wait !
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!![/p][/quote]Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.[/p][/quote]I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!! With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!! I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!! Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!![/p][/quote]agree totally about lee (badds bill and i had the same conversation last night), nigel will of course know this and will be working on the rest of the team spotting lee's runs and when it clicks we'll be an even stronger attacking team ....... can't wait ! slugger
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7:43pm Sun 11 Mar 12

swesaint says...

CrouchEndReg wrote:
swesaint wrote:
Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull?
There are a few of us London Saints going up to Hull. We're on the 11.35 from Kings Cross and I think the 10.05 back the next day. My work mates can't believe I've taken 2 days off work to go to bloody Hull!!
There's about 40 of us going up to Blackpool and all booked into the same hotel. Should be a good crac. Where's this Titty Bar everyones going on about? surely you can't take kids in there!Last time I was up there I saw a place advertising naked mud wrestling, now that sounds interesting provided it's not 2 blokes of course!!! See you at Millwall, Borough Market before and after the game.
Very impressed with the comittment, I will have to see if I can pull something similar off. Will make sure to get to Borough Market then on Saturday. Do you have a place online where you organize these trips out of London?
[quote][p][bold]CrouchEndReg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: Back from the game now, great to get 3 points and good atmosphere in the 2nd half. Stadium was starting to sound like upton park after 25 minutes, and the players did not get any better with the crowd anxiety. Especially bad were some of the comments around 30 min when hammond mistimed one interception. This is when we should be lifting the team or we will end up getting results like west ham at home. First 30 mins today were awful, we are lucky to have someone like Ricky and Adam to create a goal out of nothing because it relieved alot of tension and once we were 1-0 up it was one way traffic and we never looked back. On another note, any London based saints going to hull?[/p][/quote]There are a few of us London Saints going up to Hull. We're on the 11.35 from Kings Cross and I think the 10.05 back the next day. My work mates can't believe I've taken 2 days off work to go to bloody Hull!! There's about 40 of us going up to Blackpool and all booked into the same hotel. Should be a good crac. Where's this Titty Bar everyones going on about? surely you can't take kids in there!Last time I was up there I saw a place advertising naked mud wrestling, now that sounds interesting provided it's not 2 blokes of course!!! See you at Millwall, Borough Market before and after the game.[/p][/quote]Very impressed with the comittment, I will have to see if I can pull something similar off. Will make sure to get to Borough Market then on Saturday. Do you have a place online where you organize these trips out of London? swesaint
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7:47pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?.
I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two.
Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in.
great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous.
C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.
deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo).
Guly is an asset. Assists, goals, and a goal line clearance against Derby and West Ham as well as decent all round performances fornthe most part wherever he is asked to play. Strasbourg Saint already mentioned his assist in
the Reading game which was
genius. nobody is perfect ans nor is Guly but I feel he's unfairly picked on.
Yep, naturally, I'm with you all.

From what I've seen (limited I know), he's become an asset; and I speak as one who, at the Cherries (still a wee bit of a silly name) match last season, when he was playing for a contract remarked that he hadn't yet convinced me......

..... then he changed that match and has done a hell of a lot more right than wrong since then.

I think Bob's right, he's probably more natural in behind the strikers (that does sound almost as wrong as 'Guly bashing' though).
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: A few posters seem to think Gully is a waste of space but , not in my opion. Is it ten goals he has scored this season from playing out of position. I wonder how many he would of scored playing in his natural position ?. I dont think playing wide right is where he wants to be more like in the hole behind the front two. He has a quick eye for a first time pass and links up play between midfield and front two. Yes he does at times look slow and not doing much, but did you ever see LeTis running round like a race horse. If there was a poll on Gully wether he was an asset or liability i would vote asset, anyone else care to join in. great three points , win all our home games and i dont think we will need much on the road but three points next Saturday day would be muddy barvelous. C.O.Y.REDSSSS its in our hands.[/p][/quote]deffo an asset , i think he has 11 btw , the guly bashers get on my nerves , i'm no expert but i know more than they do (imo).[/p][/quote]Guly is an asset. Assists, goals, and a goal line clearance against Derby and West Ham as well as decent all round performances fornthe most part wherever he is asked to play. Strasbourg Saint already mentioned his assist in the Reading game which was genius. nobody is perfect ans nor is Guly but I feel he's unfairly picked on.[/p][/quote]Yep, naturally, I'm with you all. From what I've seen (limited I know), he's become an asset; and I speak as one who, at the Cherries (still a wee bit of a silly name) match last season, when he was playing for a contract remarked that he hadn't yet convinced me...... ..... then he changed that match and has done a hell of a lot more right than wrong since then. I think Bob's right, he's probably more natural in behind the strikers (that does sound almost as wrong as 'Guly bashing' though). Strasbourg Saint
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7:49pm Sun 11 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

Thornhill Saint wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
St.Yorkie wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?
Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.
Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee!
In the first half I remmeber it kind of differently. He was there defensively when we needed him making some pretty important interceptions and tackles. He passed to his team mates, some clever flicks forwards (Some which came off some which did not), sometimes boinking it back to the player who gave it to him, by and large keeping posession and control of the football. He drifted into the box and wide, got fouled a few times in important places leading to dangerous free kicks. He was not a shining beacon of godly light in the first half but the way I remember it he supported his team, did the job the gaffer asked of him and put a pretty good shift in. The only time I remember him falling over where the ref waved it away was in the second half in front of the Northam End. He looked for the free kick, can't really blame him or Lallana the other day when he was booked for diving.

Considering other wasteful play going on in the first 35 minutes (Including one particularly woeful lateral pass from Sir Lambert), to criticise Guly for sometimes putting his hands on hips is a bit dispraportionate. From what I can tell they all tend to do it from time to time in particular Mr. Lee. I don't really see this as a sign that he does not know what he is doing.

I agree he was very good second half.
Well said !!
[quote][p][bold]Thornhill Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Yorkie[/bold] wrote: Yesterday Guly at times was sttod with his hands on his hips - he looked totally lost! Change formation and push him forward different layer. Lee and Guly in the same side don't work. Lee is very clever and fast but our midfield take forever to pass it to him...he's always checking his runs. Eventually the midfield won't control it and look up - they'll hit it first time...he will be lethal. Only problem is who can keep up with him?[/p][/quote]Not in the second half of the game I was watching, Guly was pivotal and spraying one touch passes around, lost count the number of passes in a couple of moves which had DM drooling "this is like a training routine" so who is right? Yes Lee is a live wire, too quick for the Lino on several occasions and got flagged more often than Papa Waigo, just a matter of time and timing.[/p][/quote]Something happened after Lee and Lallana went off...Guly suddenly started imposing himself. In the first half in front of The Chapel - he fell over, sauntered around, and was right off the pace. Something dramatic changed once the substitutions started. I like Guly - but we need to play to his strengths...like Lee![/p][/quote]In the first half I remmeber it kind of differently. He was there defensively when we needed him making some pretty important interceptions and tackles. He passed to his team mates, some clever flicks forwards (Some which came off some which did not), sometimes boinking it back to the player who gave it to him, by and large keeping posession and control of the football. He drifted into the box and wide, got fouled a few times in important places leading to dangerous free kicks. He was not a shining beacon of godly light in the first half but the way I remember it he supported his team, did the job the gaffer asked of him and put a pretty good shift in. The only time I remember him falling over where the ref waved it away was in the second half in front of the Northam End. He looked for the free kick, can't really blame him or Lallana the other day when he was booked for diving. Considering other wasteful play going on in the first 35 minutes (Including one particularly woeful lateral pass from Sir Lambert), to criticise Guly for sometimes putting his hands on hips is a bit dispraportionate. From what I can tell they all tend to do it from time to time in particular Mr. Lee. I don't really see this as a sign that he does not know what he is doing. I agree he was very good second half.[/p][/quote]Well said !! andysaints007
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7:53pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

andysaints007 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.
I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!!
With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!!
I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!!
Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!!
Fair comment Andy...except for one thing... Chaplow is fit (at least he himself seems to think so on twitter)...NA has chosen to drop him from the last two games.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!![/p][/quote]Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.[/p][/quote]I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!! With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!! I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!! Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!![/p][/quote]Fair comment Andy...except for one thing... Chaplow is fit (at least he himself seems to think so on twitter)...NA has chosen to drop him from the last two games. Baddesley Bill
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8:07pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs!
10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs! Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:09pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

I see Messi emulated his hero Lallana by scoring two goals today, any news of the Award thingy that was on tonight?
I see Messi emulated his hero Lallana by scoring two goals today, any news of the Award thingy that was on tonight? OSPREYSAINT
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8:10pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs!
Daft idea, forwards score, Midfield create, Defenders defend.
[quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: 10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs![/p][/quote]Daft idea, forwards score, Midfield create, Defenders defend. OSPREYSAINT
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8:13pm Sun 11 Mar 12

franiow says...

Scruffygirl94 wrote:
Can anyone help me please ?
A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ?
It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time !
I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .
Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first.
[quote][p][bold]Scruffygirl94[/bold] wrote: Can anyone help me please ? A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ? It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time ! I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .[/p][/quote]Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first. franiow
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8:17pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

franiow wrote:
Scruffygirl94 wrote:
Can anyone help me please ?
A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ?
It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time !
I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .
Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first.
That will make it very special when we see it again!
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scruffygirl94[/bold] wrote: Can anyone help me please ? A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ? It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time ! I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .[/p][/quote]Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first.[/p][/quote]That will make it very special when we see it again! OSPREYSAINT
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8:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Watch out Percys having a right go at our Budge saying watch Cold Blow Lane so its 2-0 to Millwall good odds at bookies.
Watch out Percys having a right go at our Budge saying watch Cold Blow Lane so its 2-0 to Millwall good odds at bookies. Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:19pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

brendanweldon wrote:
Onwards to the prem league !! How did Billy Sharp play when he came on??
Hes got a sore Arse Mate!
[quote][p][bold]brendanweldon[/bold] wrote: Onwards to the prem league !! How did Billy Sharp play when he came on??[/p][/quote]Hes got a sore Arse Mate! Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:30pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket.
Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket. Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:36pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket.
That may explain a comment I heard on the Radio Solent commentary, he said it is windy out there, there wasn't a breath of wind in the Stadium at the time.
[quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket.[/p][/quote]That may explain a comment I heard on the Radio Solent commentary, he said it is windy out there, there wasn't a breath of wind in the Stadium at the time. OSPREYSAINT
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8:48pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs!
Daft idea, forwards score, Midfield create, Defenders defend.
Not arff krapp mate!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: 10 left its about time the rest of our midfield oh when are they going to shoot and score otherwise see you lot in the playoffs![/p][/quote]Daft idea, forwards score, Midfield create, Defenders defend.[/p][/quote]Not arff krapp mate! Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:51pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.
Statue midfield he will soon learn!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: I had my eagle eye on Lee yesterday...he makes some superb runs...just need the rest of the lads to cotton-on to him and make the early through-ball. I think he has a big future here.[/p][/quote]Statue midfield he will soon learn! Fatty x Ford Worker
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8:56pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket.
That may explain a comment I heard on the Radio Solent commentary, he said it is windy out there, there wasn't a breath of wind in the Stadium at the time.
HA TELL THE STADIUM WE DO LIKE BOG PAPER!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: Bad guts to many offish pies and a duff pint oh deary me I kept breaking wind in the Chapel what a luvery smell the knobbys certainly enjoyed whats the flavour quiz!Make sure the Skates pay up front for Bubble transport and like us pay for a ticket.[/p][/quote]That may explain a comment I heard on the Radio Solent commentary, he said it is windy out there, there wasn't a breath of wind in the Stadium at the time.[/p][/quote]HA TELL THE STADIUM WE DO LIKE BOG PAPER! Fatty x Ford Worker
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9:08pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Now wash your hands and go to bed, it's rather late for you to be up, make sure you take your medication though.
Now wash your hands and go to bed, it's rather late for you to be up, make sure you take your medication though. OSPREYSAINT
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9:13pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not.
Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not. OSPREYSAINT
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9:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Tweet from Jorden Sibley at the Championship awards:

"Pompey win Family Club of the Year. I chuckled too. If the irony isn't enough, they have 'bought' two tables at tonight's awards"

Family club...are they avin a laugh?
Tweet from Jorden Sibley at the Championship awards: "Pompey win Family Club of the Year. I chuckled too. If the irony isn't enough, they have 'bought' two tables at tonight's awards" Family club...are they avin a laugh? Baddesley Bill
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9:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

u t s. sha la la la la la, so efin happy . hey did you hear about the coin throwing incident down krap not arff last week.the police are confused , a pound coin landed in the skate dug out. hampshire police not sure if it was an act of thuggery or a potential buyer for the club. ha ha . i know youve heard it before but its still making me giggle.sha la la la la la la la. c o y r. red aarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmm
mmy
u t s. sha la la la la la, so efin happy . hey did you hear about the coin throwing incident down krap not arff last week.the police are confused , a pound coin landed in the skate dug out. hampshire police not sure if it was an act of thuggery or a potential buyer for the club. ha ha . i know youve heard it before but its still making me giggle.sha la la la la la la la. c o y r. red aarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmm mmy florida saint
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9:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not.
Is that because they are all related?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not.[/p][/quote]Is that because they are all related? seventh-junction
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9:20pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Corkonian Saint says...

Nice article about Saints, well worth a read:
http://www.sabotaget
imes.com/football-sp
ort/5-reasons-why-so
uthampton-can-cut-it
-in-the-premier-leag
ue/
Nice article about Saints, well worth a read: http://www.sabotaget imes.com/football-sp ort/5-reasons-why-so uthampton-can-cut-it -in-the-premier-leag ue/ Corkonian Saint
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9:21pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

franiow wrote:
Scruffygirl94 wrote:
Can anyone help me please ?
A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ?
It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time !
I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .
Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first.
Some times fans need to do things without the club financially contributing. NC is doing an amazing job but definitely exhibits a touch of the control freak from time to time and as the club paid a chunk of the costs he obviously sees it as a club flag.
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scruffygirl94[/bold] wrote: Can anyone help me please ? A while ago the fans were all collecting for a Saint Markus flag until Nicola stepped in and said he would sort it. Since then I have heard nothing about it and wondered if anyone knew anymore ? It really would be so fitting to have this all in place just in case our dreams are realised in 10 games time ! I don't ever forget that these good times are all down to Markus and of course Nicola .[/p][/quote]Money was collected and Cortese paid the difference and the flag was used at the Memorial match...filling some empty seats at the Northam end. The family don't want to see it at every game because they find it upsetting. Don't want to offend them but it's a shame we didn't know first.[/p][/quote]Some times fans need to do things without the club financially contributing. NC is doing an amazing job but definitely exhibits a touch of the control freak from time to time and as the club paid a chunk of the costs he obviously sees it as a club flag. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:23pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

florida saint wrote:
u t s. sha la la la la la, so efin happy . hey did you hear about the coin throwing incident down krap not arff last week.the police are confused , a pound coin landed in the skate dug out. hampshire police not sure if it was an act of thuggery or a potential buyer for the club. ha ha . i know youve heard it before but its still making me giggle.sha la la la la la la la. c o y r. red aarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmm

mmy
Don't be daft, that was the Referee tossing up at the start of the match, nearly got killed in the rush.
[quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: u t s. sha la la la la la, so efin happy . hey did you hear about the coin throwing incident down krap not arff last week.the police are confused , a pound coin landed in the skate dug out. hampshire police not sure if it was an act of thuggery or a potential buyer for the club. ha ha . i know youve heard it before but its still making me giggle.sha la la la la la la la. c o y r. red aarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmm mmy[/p][/quote]Don't be daft, that was the Referee tossing up at the start of the match, nearly got killed in the rush. OSPREYSAINT
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9:24pm Sun 11 Mar 12

slugger says...

seventh-junction wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not.
Is that because they are all related?
quality ! lol
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Portsmouth FC have won "Family Club of the Year 2012" at the Awards, I kid you not.[/p][/quote]Is that because they are all related?[/p][/quote]quality ! lol slugger
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9:29pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award
Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award OSPREYSAINT
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9:30pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award
Outstanding Managerial Achievement Award
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award[/p][/quote]Outstanding Managerial Achievement Award OSPREYSAINT
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9:40pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award
You got that wrong...it was the Oustanding Managerial Whinging Award...Ian Holloway won first reserve! :O)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award[/p][/quote]You got that wrong...it was the Oustanding Managerial Whinging Award...Ian Holloway won first reserve! :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:42pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award
Outstanding Managerial Achievement Award
If we had beaten Rochdale that would have been Nigels!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Gus Poyet Outstanding Managerial Award[/p][/quote]Outstanding Managerial Achievement Award[/p][/quote]If we had beaten Rochdale that would have been Nigels! OSPREYSAINT
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9:45pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan. florida saint
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9:45pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan. florida saint
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9:45pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan. florida saint
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9:59pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Burnley got the Best Matchday Programme Award.
Burnley got the Best Matchday Programme Award. OSPREYSAINT
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10:02pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Peter Whittingham wins Mitre Goal of the Year Award for a goal against Barnsley
Peter Whittingham wins Mitre Goal of the Year Award for a goal against Barnsley OSPREYSAINT
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10:06pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Pompey beaten by Rotherham for Community Club of the Year
Pompey beaten by Rotherham for Community Club of the Year OSPREYSAINT
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10:13pm Sun 11 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

florida saint wrote:
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award
[quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan.[/p][/quote]You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award seventh-junction
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10:14pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palce wins Young Player of the Year Award
Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palce wins Young Player of the Year Award OSPREYSAINT
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10:16pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

seventh-junction wrote:
florida saint wrote:
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award
seventh you are so right. where do we stop. u t s
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan.[/p][/quote]You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award[/p][/quote]seventh you are so right. where do we stop. u t s florida saint
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10:18pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

League Two Player of the Year Swindons Matt Ritchie
League Two Player of the Year Swindons Matt Ritchie OSPREYSAINT
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10:23pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

League One Player of the Year Jordan Rhodes Huddersfield
League One Player of the Year Jordan Rhodes Huddersfield OSPREYSAINT
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10:24pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

seventh-junction wrote:
florida saint wrote:
p f c. have also won the following awards tonight.
business plan of the year.
best local business payers o t y.
best accadamy facilities .
most modern ground.
most honest owners of the decade.
best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry.
most intellegent fans o t y.
most empty seats o t y
you could go on forever.

thank god im a saints fan.
You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award
Last time they'll get that for a decade or two.
[quote][p][bold]seventh-junction[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]florida saint[/bold] wrote: p f c. have also won the following awards tonight. business plan of the year. best local business payers o t y. best accadamy facilities . most modern ground. most honest owners of the decade. best dressed fans o t y awarded by burberry. most intellegent fans o t y. most empty seats o t y you could go on forever. thank god im a saints fan.[/p][/quote]You forgot 4th biggest team on the South Coast award[/p][/quote]Last time they'll get that for a decade or two. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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10:25pm Sun 11 Mar 12

insane saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
League One Player of the Year Jordan Rhodes Huddersfield
where are we seeing all this?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: League One Player of the Year Jordan Rhodes Huddersfield[/p][/quote]where are we seeing all this? insane saint
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10:27pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Jordan Sibley Tweets
Jordan Sibley Tweets OSPREYSAINT
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10:29pm Sun 11 Mar 12

insane saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Jordan Sibley Tweets
ok ta how long to know if rickie or lala has won the championship one
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Jordan Sibley Tweets[/p][/quote]ok ta how long to know if rickie or lala has won the championship one insane saint
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10:30pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Rickie Lambert Championship Player of the Year
Rickie Lambert Championship Player of the Year OSPREYSAINT
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10:30pm Sun 11 Mar 12

insane saint says...

get in there rickie well deserved
get in there rickie well deserved insane saint
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10:31pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Pompey beaten by Rotherham for Community Club of the Year
Are you sure this isn't the Comedy Awards?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Pompey beaten by Rotherham for Community Club of the Year[/p][/quote]Are you sure this isn't the Comedy Awards? Baddesley Bill
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10:32pm Sun 11 Mar 12

florida saint says...

rickie lambert southamptons goal machine. la la lala la lala
rickie lambert southamptons goal machine. la la lala la lala florida saint
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10:32pm Sun 11 Mar 12

insane saint says...

i would love to hear his acceptance speech.
i would love to hear his acceptance speech. insane saint
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10:42pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

insane saint wrote:
i would love to hear his acceptance speech.
John Bishop is doing it for him.
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: i would love to hear his acceptance speech.[/p][/quote]John Bishop is doing it for him. OSPREYSAINT
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10:57pm Sun 11 Mar 12

seventh-junction says...

So he should be as well by a country mile!
That must be the only award they've got right tonight then!
So he should be as well by a country mile! That must be the only award they've got right tonight then! seventh-junction
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11:03pm Sun 11 Mar 12

Baddesley Bill says...

There is no "I" in team (yak...hate the expression)...but Rickie wouldn't be the all round player he is without the squad behind him. Good times! :O)
There is no "I" in team (yak...hate the expression)...but Rickie wouldn't be the all round player he is without the squad behind him. Good times! :O) Baddesley Bill
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11:47pm Sun 11 Mar 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
There is no "I" in team (yak...hate the expression)...but Rickie wouldn't be the all round player he is without the squad behind him. Good times! :O)
He is what he is for a number of reasons, he would be the first to thank those that have got him where he is now, for all those who posted derogatory messages about his weight and ability, have to eat their words big time. Well done Rickie a well deserved accolade, hope that there are many more to come, with us exclusively.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: There is no "I" in team (yak...hate the expression)...but Rickie wouldn't be the all round player he is without the squad behind him. Good times! :O)[/p][/quote]He is what he is for a number of reasons, he would be the first to thank those that have got him where he is now, for all those who posted derogatory messages about his weight and ability, have to eat their words big time. Well done Rickie a well deserved accolade, hope that there are many more to come, with us exclusively. OSPREYSAINT
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12:25am Mon 12 Mar 12

andysaints007 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
sledgerite wrote:
when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr
But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!!
Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.
I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!!
With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!!
I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!!
Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!!
Fair comment Andy...except for one thing... Chaplow is fit (at least he himself seems to think so on twitter)...NA has chosen to drop him from the last two games.
Ok I will re -phrase that then. When Chaplow is fit AND back to his best (which judging by the last couple of run outs he clearly isn't) then I think he would be Nigels first choice in midfield.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sledgerite[/bold] wrote: when we play 4-4-2 as we did 1st half with guly on the right hes a problem because he keeps drifting inside then we have no outlet and also exposes us defensivly once the formation allows him to drift about hes a different player,enigma or what,i will be shouting us on at milwall coyr[/p][/quote]But you can't keep blaming him just because we have a 'toothless' midfield !! That's where the real problem could be when playing better teams !!![/p][/quote]Judging by your comments I am not sure you are on the same wavelength as most of us, you have to admit your comments, however you may think are constructive, are actually very negative and show not a little ignorance of the game overall, in my opinion of course, I would just ask you for a while to think and post positives, if it does go wrong you can have a field day if that is what makes you happy.[/p][/quote]I think you are getting my comments wrong mate!! I wasn't and would not 'slag' the team off - I was just sticking up for Guly, cos it gets a bit boring reading all the negative comments on here about him, when he is just doing what Nigel wants him to do!! With regards to my comment about the midfield I am entitled to my opinion and it was not negative - cos we all know if Chaplow is fit Nigel won't start with Morgan and Hammond - cos they are not his first choice pairing!!! I say it as I see it too and yesterday Lee made some great runs and all it wanted was a positive ball from the midfield and he would have been through on a number of occasions - but they just don't play those type of positive passes quick enough before the run is snuffed out!! Not negative comments but just my take on things!! I pay my money every week and don't stand in the crowd verbally abusing some of our players like a lot of them around me do!!![/p][/quote]Fair comment Andy...except for one thing... Chaplow is fit (at least he himself seems to think so on twitter)...NA has chosen to drop him from the last two games.[/p][/quote]Ok I will re -phrase that then. When Chaplow is fit AND back to his best (which judging by the last couple of run outs he clearly isn't) then I think he would be Nigels first choice in midfield. andysaints007
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