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    rocketone wrote:
    It seems that the Guly haters are getting their way.
    his form is slipping further and it can not be coincidental that the slating he gets whatever he does is having a toll.
    OUR manager thinks he does a job he is told to do, the supporters don't and eventually the supporters will get their way and another player will leave and play better for another team.
    If your referring to my earlier post? I suggest you read it again!

    I am not a hater of Prado, and I am asking the questions only to see what other Saint fans as yourself think. But regardless of what you say, you have in your comments confirm he not playing well, as you seem to think fans are getting on his back. This can be applied to any player, but it is more important as a pro on how you respond to it and not sulk.

    You will also see I have given credit to Prado for answering his critics, which you can not say he is doing now for many games now! I trust in NA more than most, though I am trying to see why NA persist with him, but I just can't and would wish NA to sit down with me over a cuppa to explain, but that is never going to happen.

    I may also add that I am not one who enjoys to put a Saints player down so easily. But with Prado in so many games now he looks like he somewhere else and shows a don't care attitude. So my point is can we afford this in hopefully a title wining side, and I would say no! If he dropped it might be what he needs, and to answer you if he sold to another, at this present time I really feel it would not make us weaker. Having him mopping around on the pitch will, and again oppositions teams really don't worry about him, and just wait for the coming substitution. Why telegraph with this ploy every game.

    Lastly I would love Prado to going out on Monday and score a ha-trick! I really would!! But the way he is playing he never going to get in the box to do such a thing, and I would added he not linking up with Lambert at all up front now a days."
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Norris leveller denies Saints derby win

Norris leveller denies Saints derby win

Norris leveller denies Saints derby win

First published in Saints News

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David Norris’ equaliser deep into stoppage time denied Saints victory in the south coast derby.

Saints twice led through Billy Sharp goals but were pegged back on both occasions at St Mary’s.

Sharp’s first came after 28 minutes only for Chris Maguire’s fierce drive to level things up eight minutes later.

Saints were not at their best but thought they won it when Sharp flicked home from close range with just a minute of the game remaining, the goal initially ruled out for offside before referee Neil Swarbrick reversed the decision.

But Norris’ remarkable strike in the dying seconds of the game meant Saints had to settle for a point.

It took them back to the top of the table on goal difference, now level with second placed Reading and four ahead of third placed West Ham with five games left.

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