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    Red n White wrote:
    Reading the OS, it seems like the club plans to open academies around the world and market Southampton and the 'Southampton Way'. Sounds a brilliant idea, as it says a lot of these players go to France, so why can't we bring them to Southampton instead.
    Remember that it was Charlie Miller from Southampton that is responsible for establishing modern football in Brazil!

    Rahdi is an excellent choice and shows how serious Cortese and the Leibherr family are regarding the future of the club."
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Jaidi handed ambassadorial role at Saints

Radhi Jaidi

Radhi Jaidi

First published in Saints News

Retiring Saints defender Radhi Jaidi has accepted an ambassadorial role at St Mary's to help develop the club's links in Africa.

The 36-year-old Tunisian is hanging up his boots this summer, after a long and successful playing career, but will remain with Southampton in a new capacity.

The popular centre half made 68 appearances for Saints, after signing in 2009 on a free transfer, but did not feature in the most recent campaign, with a knee injury wiping out much of his availability.

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