Saints reveal pre-season plans

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SAINTS have confirmed their pre-season schedule, with a home friendly against Ajax highlighting the announcement.

Nigel Adkins' side will warm up for the Premier League campaign by taking on the Dutch giants at St Mary's on Saturday, July 28 (3pm).

They will host Championship outfit Wolves on Saturday, August 4 (3pm), before visiting another second tier outfit, Bristol City, on Tuesday, August 7 (7.45pm).

Italian side Udinese will then come to Southampton, on Saturday, August 11 (midday), for a glamorous-looking friendly. Udinese finished third in Serie A last season, which was enough to qualify them for the Champions League.

Saints will also play two friendlies in France during a seven-day overseas training camp.

They will play on either Wednesday, July 18, or Thursday July 19, against yet-to-be-confirmed opposition.

Saints will then face Ligue 1 team Évian Thonon Gaillard, at the Stade Joseph-Moynat, on Saturday, July 21 (7pm local).

Saints will be based in Évian-les-Bains, on the shore of Lake Geneva, close to the French-Swiss border, for their training camp.

The club had previously confirmed the Markus Liebherr Memorial Tournament will take place on Saturday, July 14, featuring Arsenal and Rangers.

Saints' 2012 pre-season schedule:
Saturday, July 14: Markus Liebherr Memorial Tournament (St Mary's).
Wednesday, July 18/Thursday, July 19: Unconfirmed opposition.
Saturday, July 21: Évian Thonon Gaillard (Stade Joseph-Moynat).
Saturday, July 28: Ajax (St Mary's).
Saturday, August 4: Wolves (St Mary's).
Tuesday, August 7: Bristol City (Ashton Gate).
Saturday, August 11: Udinese (St Mary's).

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9:24am Fri 8 Jun 12

franiow says...

Good opposition. Ajax will be a big draw (sadly can't make it). Wolves will give us a good test against a recent PL side. See our training camp has moved slightly to the French side of Lake Geneva and, therefore, we will play a couple of French sides.
Good opposition. Ajax will be a big draw (sadly can't make it). Wolves will give us a good test against a recent PL side. See our training camp has moved slightly to the French side of Lake Geneva and, therefore, we will play a couple of French sides. franiow
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9:28am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Amazing.
Amazing. St Retford
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9:28am Fri 8 Jun 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them?
I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:32am Fri 8 Jun 12

Saint_ bezzer says...

Really good pre season opposition! I would love to see Saints sign Christian Eriksen from Ajax one day so hopefully we can show him what were all about!
Really good pre season opposition! I would love to see Saints sign Christian Eriksen from Ajax one day so hopefully we can show him what were all about! Saint_ bezzer
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9:33am Fri 8 Jun 12

Southernlad says...

They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...
They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS... Southernlad
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9:37am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Southernlad wrote:
They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...
And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^
[quote][p][bold]Southernlad[/bold] wrote: They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...[/p][/quote]And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^ St Retford
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9:39am Fri 8 Jun 12

Southernlad says...

St Retford wrote:
Southernlad wrote: They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...
And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^
that wasnt actually there a few minutes ago...echo must only have just remembered to copy and paste it!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southernlad[/bold] wrote: They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...[/p][/quote]And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^[/p][/quote]that wasnt actually there a few minutes ago...echo must only have just remembered to copy and paste it! Southernlad
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9:44am Fri 8 Jun 12

insane saint says...

sounds great to me bring it on

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON WE WILL NOT SURRENDER WE ARE COMING TO STORM THE PREMIER LEAGUE

COYR
sounds great to me bring it on WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON WE WILL NOT SURRENDER WE ARE COMING TO STORM THE PREMIER LEAGUE COYR insane saint
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9:46am Fri 8 Jun 12

StParks says...

I guess this is the breaking news we were waiting on today then...? Never mind, either way still a good list of fixtures at St Mary's! Here come the euros!!
I guess this is the breaking news we were waiting on today then...? Never mind, either way still a good list of fixtures at St Mary's! Here come the euros!! StParks
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9:49am Fri 8 Jun 12

Darkangelv2 says...

Bristol 'Bogey Team' City - That's the real test to see if we've stepped up.

They did excellent homework on us last season.
Bristol 'Bogey Team' City - That's the real test to see if we've stepped up. They did excellent homework on us last season. Darkangelv2
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9:50am Fri 8 Jun 12

Corkonian Saint says...

Very impressive. Well done Mr Cortese
Very impressive. Well done Mr Cortese Corkonian Saint
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9:54am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Southernlad wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Southernlad wrote: They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...
And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^
that wasnt actually there a few minutes ago...echo must only have just remembered to copy and paste it!
Heh.

On another note, how 'family' is the Markus Liebherr Memorial Cup going to be this year, do you think? Last year's was ace and I kind of want to bring my kids along (they're both under-five) but, equally, this year there will be Rangers fans involved. Do you think they'll get into the spirit of it or will they be throwing gravel, cabbages and hot Bovril at us?
[quote][p][bold]Southernlad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southernlad[/bold] wrote: They are also playing Udinese at St Mary's on 11th August at midday according to OS...[/p][/quote]And according to the story up there ^^^^^^^^^^^^[/p][/quote]that wasnt actually there a few minutes ago...echo must only have just remembered to copy and paste it![/p][/quote]Heh. On another note, how 'family' is the Markus Liebherr Memorial Cup going to be this year, do you think? Last year's was ace and I kind of want to bring my kids along (they're both under-five) but, equally, this year there will be Rangers fans involved. Do you think they'll get into the spirit of it or will they be throwing gravel, cabbages and hot Bovril at us? St Retford
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9:56am Fri 8 Jun 12

allmove4ward2geva says...

Darkangelv2 wrote:
Bristol 'Bogey Team' City - That's the real test to see if we've stepped up. They did excellent homework on us last season.
I was thinking the same!
[quote][p][bold]Darkangelv2[/bold] wrote: Bristol 'Bogey Team' City - That's the real test to see if we've stepped up. They did excellent homework on us last season.[/p][/quote]I was thinking the same! allmove4ward2geva
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10:03am Fri 8 Jun 12

SO50 Saint says...

Decent set of pre-season fixtures there. Was hoping for a lower league Saturday game away like Yeovil last year but I guess we are past that now.
Decent set of pre-season fixtures there. Was hoping for a lower league Saturday game away like Yeovil last year but I guess we are past that now. SO50 Saint
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10:18am Fri 8 Jun 12

saintmac says...

St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers. saintmac
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10:30am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

saintmac wrote:
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers.

I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
[quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg. St Retford
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10:30am Fri 8 Jun 12

St.Yorkie says...

Blimey - it's like qualifying for Europe already!
Ajax and Udinese at St.Mary's - what a fantastic result!
Blimey - it's like qualifying for Europe already! Ajax and Udinese at St.Mary's - what a fantastic result! St.Yorkie
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10:35am Fri 8 Jun 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Wow! This is fantastic. I just wish I was around for most of it. I might just get back for Udinese, but it's unlikely.


However ........


......... NC, if you're reading this (as I'm sure you are) come to Strasbourg on 18 July. I'll rally the troops, Morgan would get a great home-coming welcome and Racing Strasbourg needs the money.

You know it makes sense.
Wow! This is fantastic. I just wish I was around for most of it. I might just get back for Udinese, but it's unlikely. However ........ ......... NC, if you're reading this (as I'm sure you are) come to Strasbourg on 18 July. I'll rally the troops, Morgan would get a great home-coming welcome and Racing Strasbourg needs the money. You know it makes sense. Strasbourg Saint
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10:43am Fri 8 Jun 12

RedArmy1 says...

insane saint wrote:
sounds great to me bring it on

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON WE WILL NOT SURRENDER WE ARE COMING TO STORM THE PREMIER LEAGUE

COYR
WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY.

NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER

wet spam and Chelski will be sent packing ...

WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON.

WE RULE THE SOUTH. COYR.
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: sounds great to me bring it on WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON WE WILL NOT SURRENDER WE ARE COMING TO STORM THE PREMIER LEAGUE COYR[/p][/quote]WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON'S RED ARMY. NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER wet spam and Chelski will be sent packing ... WE ARE THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON. WE RULE THE SOUTH. COYR. RedArmy1
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10:44am Fri 8 Jun 12

Confucious says...

St Retford wrote:
saintmac wrote:
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers.

I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.[/p][/quote]Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts. Confucious
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10:48am Fri 8 Jun 12

allsaintsnocurves says...

This is clearly a step up in grade for Saints in pre-season and sets out the intention clearly. They are going to go into this season as prepared as possible for the massive improvement in quality of opposition.

This is the sort of pre-season Saints fans can look forward to as the norm going foward! Ajax, Arsenal, Udinese, Rangers...before we might have had 1 glamourous match up now they are being lined up!
This is clearly a step up in grade for Saints in pre-season and sets out the intention clearly. They are going to go into this season as prepared as possible for the massive improvement in quality of opposition. This is the sort of pre-season Saints fans can look forward to as the norm going foward! Ajax, Arsenal, Udinese, Rangers...before we might have had 1 glamourous match up now they are being lined up! allsaintsnocurves
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10:55am Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintmac wrote:
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers.

I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.
time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's".
inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.[/p][/quote]Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.[/p][/quote]time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's". inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd. circa 66 saint
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10:58am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintmac wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.
time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's". inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd.
Thinking about it, saints are a bit of a catholic invention, aren't they?

There may be trouble ahead...
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.[/p][/quote]Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.[/p][/quote]time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's". inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd.[/p][/quote]Thinking about it, saints are a bit of a catholic invention, aren't they? There may be trouble ahead... St Retford
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11:09am Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

St Retford wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
saintmac wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.
time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's". inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd.
Thinking about it, saints are a bit of a catholic invention, aren't they?

There may be trouble ahead...
no st mary's was affiliated back in 1734 to the rankings of the muslim council and afforded the status of honourary selective religion,this means they are what ever religion they want to be.
have you not noticed the day's of going on the pitch without protection are well gone
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.[/p][/quote]Lots of strong beer ensures they can hold a very good opinion of themselves - undisturbed by the facts.[/p][/quote]time for the rumour mill to start churning out "fact's". inform rangers that arse-nil are catholic's and the pope will be in their section of the crowd.[/p][/quote]Thinking about it, saints are a bit of a catholic invention, aren't they? There may be trouble ahead...[/p][/quote]no st mary's was affiliated back in 1734 to the rankings of the muslim council and afforded the status of honourary selective religion,this means they are what ever religion they want to be. have you not noticed the day's of going on the pitch without protection are well gone circa 66 saint
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11:24am Fri 8 Jun 12

7willj77 says...

Im excited, great pre-season, lets hope that we can pick up some early points, would be great to hit the 'magical' 40 by christmas . . .

Seems a preseason for a team with european asperations.
Im excited, great pre-season, lets hope that we can pick up some early points, would be great to hit the 'magical' 40 by christmas . . . Seems a preseason for a team with european asperations. 7willj77
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11:25am Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

sorry this was left off
day's of going on the pitch without protection are well gone and we don't tend to withdraw any more
sorry this was left off day's of going on the pitch without protection are well gone and we don't tend to withdraw any more circa 66 saint
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11:31am Fri 8 Jun 12

Ashley Charles Pragnell says...

What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means. Ashley Charles Pragnell
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11:34am Fri 8 Jun 12

allmove4ward2geva says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
oh my god, you are actually serious
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]oh my god, you are actually serious allmove4ward2geva
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11:35am Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
and the bible basher has arrived hallalulah
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]and the bible basher has arrived hallalulah circa 66 saint
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11:37am Fri 8 Jun 12

lemon cake says...

saintmac wrote:
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Well they wont be chucking coins thats for sure.

Our pre-season looks more like a Champions League Group with Arsenal, Ajax and Udinesse.....the sign of things to come :) .......
Maybe NC is readying us for Champions League 2013-14....oh what it is to dream.
[quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Well they wont be chucking coins thats for sure. Our pre-season looks more like a Champions League Group with Arsenal, Ajax and Udinesse.....the sign of things to come :) ....... Maybe NC is readying us for Champions League 2013-14....oh what it is to dream. lemon cake
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11:43am Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

allmove4ward2geva wrote:
Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
oh my god, you are actually serious
I think he is.
[quote][p][bold]allmove4ward2geva[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]oh my god, you are actually serious[/p][/quote]I think he is. St Retford
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11:55am Fri 8 Jun 12

Confucious says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever.

Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession.

Result!
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever. Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession. Result! Confucious
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12:02pm Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever.

Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession.

Result!
now that's what religion is all about.
there are so many out there you should try them all and see if one fit's better than the other.
and if you change your mind and join another religion you are automatically forgiven win win.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever. Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession. Result![/p][/quote]now that's what religion is all about. there are so many out there you should try them all and see if one fit's better than the other. and if you change your mind and join another religion you are automatically forgiven win win. circa 66 saint
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1:03pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Graz says...

As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil
As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil St Graz
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1:11pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

St Graz wrote:
As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil
Are you Maradona?

I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints.
[quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil[/p][/quote]Are you Maradona? I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints. St Retford
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1:12pm Fri 8 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

now i am alway's on the lookout for new business opportunities and one has just appeared.
one stop religion shop on the high street,you can come in and browse all the religions on offer and even have a try to see if one feel's better than the other.
special offer's could include eg the hindhu religion with their belief of reincarnation, the more you pay the higher your likely future would be. maybe 10p to come back as a single cell virus to £100,000 to return as a pro footballer and if you bounce your cheque "skunt" you are.
EURO'S NEARLY HERE LET THE FOOTBALL BEGIN
now i am alway's on the lookout for new business opportunities and one has just appeared. one stop religion shop on the high street,you can come in and browse all the religions on offer and even have a try to see if one feel's better than the other. special offer's could include eg the hindhu religion with their belief of reincarnation, the more you pay the higher your likely future would be. maybe 10p to come back as a single cell virus to £100,000 to return as a pro footballer and if you bounce your cheque "skunt" you are. EURO'S NEARLY HERE LET THE FOOTBALL BEGIN circa 66 saint
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1:22pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again?

Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour!

Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd!
It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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1:24pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Dickosfc says...

Confucious wrote:
Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever. Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession. Result!
Brilliant!!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]Catholicism does have advantages. When I was a kid I was a Methodist and I prayed every week for a new Chopper mountain bike - to no avail whatsoever. Anyhow, after studying theology for three hours, I switched to Catholicism, stole a really good bike - and then went and got forgiveness off the priest at Confession. Result![/p][/quote]Brilliant!! Dickosfc
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1:39pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd!
What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd![/p][/quote]What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust. St Retford
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1:45pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Welcome to Hell – by Rowan Atkinson:

Hello, nice to see you all again.
As the more perceptive of you have probably realised by now - this is hell, and I am the Devil. Goodevening. You can call me Toby, if you like - we try and keep things informal down here, as well as infernal.

Now, you're all here for eternity, which I hardly need tell you is a sod of a long time, so you get to know everyone pretty well by the end, but for now I'll have to split you up into groups.

Are there any questions?

No, I'm afraid we don't have any toilets, if you'd read your bible you would have seen that it was damnation without relief. So, I'm afraid if you didn't go before you came then you're not going to enjoy yourself very much, but then, I believe that's the general idea.

Right, let's split you up then.
Can you all hear me?
CAN YOU HEAR ME AT THE RACK? Off we go...

Murderers, over here. Looters and pillagers - over there please, thieves if you could join them, and BANKMANAGERS.

Fornicators, if you could step forward - My God there are a lot of you. Could I split you up into adulterers and the rest? Adulterers if you could just form a line in front of that small guillotine there.

AMERICANS, are you here? I'm sorry about this, apparently God had some fracas with your founding fathers and damned the entire race into perpetuity. He sends particular condolences to the Mormans who He realises put in a lot of work. The Skunts, I'm afraid, couldn't be with us - someone's been holding them in purgatory for the last nine months.

Sodomites, over there against the wall.
Atheists, over here please. You must be feeling a right bunch of charlies.
Christians, ah yes, I'm afraid the Jews were right.

Moonies, maniacs, marmite eaters, male models, masochists, mass murderers and masseurs, if you could take a pew at the back - with the Methodists that is.

Now, you're the lot who used to kill whales, is that right? Ah, yes, I must remember - I've got some strips to tear off you bastards later.
Everyone who saw Monty Pythons' "Life Of Brian", I'm afraid He can't take a joke after all.

Alright now, one final thing - we're trying to implement some sort of exchange scheme with the Lord God Almighty, or Cliff as we know him. Some of you will spend a decade in heaven and we're having some angels down here. Now, I hardly need tell you that you will be expected to behave in an exemplary manner, so, I hope you will do the exact opposite - tear off their wings, use their haloes for frisbee practice, that sort of thing.

Well, I have to go now, but Beelzebub here will show you the ropes, chains, and electrodes.
Welcome to Hell – by Rowan Atkinson: Hello, nice to see you all again. As the more perceptive of you have probably realised by now - this is hell, and I am the Devil. Goodevening. You can call me Toby, if you like - we try and keep things informal down here, as well as infernal. Now, you're all here for eternity, which I hardly need tell you is a sod of a long time, so you get to know everyone pretty well by the end, but for now I'll have to split you up into groups. Are there any questions? No, I'm afraid we don't have any toilets, if you'd read your bible you would have seen that it was damnation without relief. So, I'm afraid if you didn't go before you came then you're not going to enjoy yourself very much, but then, I believe that's the general idea. Right, let's split you up then. Can you all hear me? CAN YOU HEAR ME AT THE RACK? Off we go... Murderers, over here. Looters and pillagers - over there please, thieves if you could join them, and BANKMANAGERS. Fornicators, if you could step forward - My God there are a lot of you. Could I split you up into adulterers and the rest? Adulterers if you could just form a line in front of that small guillotine there. AMERICANS, are you here? I'm sorry about this, apparently God had some fracas with your founding fathers and damned the entire race into perpetuity. He sends particular condolences to the Mormans who He realises put in a lot of work. The Skunts, I'm afraid, couldn't be with us - someone's been holding them in purgatory for the last nine months. Sodomites, over there against the wall. Atheists, over here please. You must be feeling a right bunch of charlies. Christians, ah yes, I'm afraid the Jews were right. Moonies, maniacs, marmite eaters, male models, masochists, mass murderers and masseurs, if you could take a pew at the back - with the Methodists that is. Now, you're the lot who used to kill whales, is that right? Ah, yes, I must remember - I've got some strips to tear off you bastards later. Everyone who saw Monty Pythons' "Life Of Brian", I'm afraid He can't take a joke after all. Alright now, one final thing - we're trying to implement some sort of exchange scheme with the Lord God Almighty, or Cliff as we know him. Some of you will spend a decade in heaven and we're having some angels down here. Now, I hardly need tell you that you will be expected to behave in an exemplary manner, so, I hope you will do the exact opposite - tear off their wings, use their haloes for frisbee practice, that sort of thing. Well, I have to go now, but Beelzebub here will show you the ropes, chains, and electrodes. Mush On The Beach
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1:48pm Fri 8 Jun 12

randre says...

allmove4ward2geva wrote:
Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.
oh my god, you are actually serious
Good quote allmove... Couldn't have put it better myself!!
[quote][p][bold]allmove4ward2geva[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: What aload of Rubbish about Rangers visiting our Stadium and considering we are a Catholic Club because of our name of the ground. St Mary is the mother of Jesus and in all christian traditions whether C of E church of Scotland, Methodist URC, and Roman Catholic all recognise that she is the Mother of Jesus. Catholic according to the Apostles creed means Universal Church. Which is all Christian traditions. Finally the Anglican Cathedral in Glasgow is St Mary's. I should know about these things as I have read theology. Rangers visiting St Marys will not cause any issues as some posters implied. Here endeth the lesson on what the word Catholic actually means.[/p][/quote]oh my god, you are actually serious[/p][/quote]Good quote allmove... Couldn't have put it better myself!! randre
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1:57pm Fri 8 Jun 12

jezza says...

I feel such a fool.

For all these years I've thought that the Pope being a Cataholic meant he loved cats!
I feel such a fool. For all these years I've thought that the Pope being a Cataholic meant he loved cats! jezza
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1:58pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Graz says...

St Retford wrote:
St Graz wrote:
As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil
Are you Maradona?

I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints.
(Snorts with laughter...nose bleeds a bit!) No, I like Tonkas goal in Mike Basset though. "He's all Napoli are better than Saints" and when she skype called him he had a Manure poster up behind him. Nipper next door kicked his ball over and came round in a chelski shirt - did the same 2 days later and was wearing spurs colours - I'm old -fashioned and I don't get it! I have interests with other teams: Wimbledon for Father in law, Fulham for Bro in law, Everton for bro and the mighty Bashley but I'm a Saint through and through - just feel uneasy in the Chapel ;)
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil[/p][/quote]Are you Maradona? I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints.[/p][/quote](Snorts with laughter...nose bleeds a bit!) No, I like Tonkas goal in Mike Basset though. "He's all Napoli are better than Saints" and when she skype called him he had a Manure poster up behind him. Nipper next door kicked his ball over and came round in a chelski shirt - did the same 2 days later and was wearing spurs colours - I'm old -fashioned and I don't get it! I have interests with other teams: Wimbledon for Father in law, Fulham for Bro in law, Everton for bro and the mighty Bashley but I'm a Saint through and through - just feel uneasy in the Chapel ;) St Graz
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1:58pm Fri 8 Jun 12

long memory says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them?
Could defiantly be on to something,Davis,Adom
ah Fontaine?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them?[/p][/quote]Could defiantly be on to something,Davis,Adom ah Fontaine? long memory
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2:01pm Fri 8 Jun 12

long memory says...

long memory wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them?
Could defiantly be on to something,Davis,Adom

ah Fontaine?
Meant Jarvis,not Davis,sorry.
[quote][p][bold]long memory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I wonder why Wolves and Brizzle City. Maybe buying players from them?[/p][/quote]Could defiantly be on to something,Davis,Adom ah Fontaine?[/p][/quote]Meant Jarvis,not Davis,sorry. long memory
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2:03pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Graz says...

jezza wrote:
I feel such a fool.

For all these years I've thought that the Pope being a Cataholic meant he loved cats!
Roaring! - had to read that twice!!
[quote][p][bold]jezza[/bold] wrote: I feel such a fool. For all these years I've thought that the Pope being a Cataholic meant he loved cats![/p][/quote]Roaring! - had to read that twice!! St Graz
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2:06pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd!
What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.
The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :)

If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway.

Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd![/p][/quote]What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.[/p][/quote]The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :) If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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2:17pm Fri 8 Jun 12

SaintMax says...

St Retford wrote:
saintmac wrote:
St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.
Filthy buggers.

I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.
'breakfast lager' gave me a right good LOL.
I also have my two young boys with me. When the eldest was 4 and Saints scored the poor chap nearly pee'd himself cos of the noise! But Im also a little concerned about how much our friendly rivals will be enjoying themselves.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintmac[/bold] wrote: St. Retford - I think they will be tossing cabers.[/p][/quote]Filthy buggers. I remember when they all descended on Manchester a couple of years ago for the Europa Cup Final - it was like the last days of Sodom and Gamorrah, only with more drinking and less bumming. I was on a bus to work at 7am and Rangers fans - who had been sleeping rough - were on board and drinking Tenants super strong lager. I mean, what animals - at that time of the day you need a breakfast lager like Fosters or Carlsberg.[/p][/quote]'breakfast lager' gave me a right good LOL. I also have my two young boys with me. When the eldest was 4 and Saints scored the poor chap nearly pee'd himself cos of the noise! But Im also a little concerned about how much our friendly rivals will be enjoying themselves. SaintMax
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2:27pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd!
What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.
The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :) If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I see the administrators are recommending Chainrai's bid, which means it's as good as accepted, I'd have thought. I don't think he'll be a disaster for them - he'll probably do enough to keep them alive before selling them onto someone else. The big question is who that someone else will be.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd![/p][/quote]What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.[/p][/quote]The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :) If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz[/p][/quote]I see the administrators are recommending Chainrai's bid, which means it's as good as accepted, I'd have thought. I don't think he'll be a disaster for them - he'll probably do enough to keep them alive before selling them onto someone else. The big question is who that someone else will be. St Retford
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2:34pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd!
What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.
The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :) If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I see the administrators are recommending Chainrai's bid, which means it's as good as accepted, I'd have thought. I don't think he'll be a disaster for them - he'll probably do enough to keep them alive before selling them onto someone else. The big question is who that someone else will be.
Whatever happened to the old Skunt Fred Sewage Dineage, he must have a couple of spare shekels from him past exploits at the club
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: It appears reincarnation is about to occur down the road with Chainrai offering 2p in the pound to all unsecured creditors and to pay off the local businesses and charities owed less than 2500. Déjà vu. Wonder if he will renege on it again? Despite him saying he wants to get his 18m back from a bankrupt Div3 club some still see him as a saviour! Follow the shoe the shoe is the sign!! No follow the gourd![/p][/quote]What choice do they have? The 'Trust' is just pie in the sky stuff so it's Chainrai or bust.[/p][/quote]The Trust are making an announcement at 3 apparently :) If I were a skunt I would prefer liquidation and start again rather than BC for 3 years of pillage followed by liquidation anyway. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz[/p][/quote]I see the administrators are recommending Chainrai's bid, which means it's as good as accepted, I'd have thought. I don't think he'll be a disaster for them - he'll probably do enough to keep them alive before selling them onto someone else. The big question is who that someone else will be.[/p][/quote]Whatever happened to the old Skunt Fred Sewage Dineage, he must have a couple of spare shekels from him past exploits at the club Mush On The Beach
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2:38pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

I think Dineage has pledged a few quid to the trust. With him AND John Westwood on board, how can they possibly fail?
I think Dineage has pledged a few quid to the trust. With him AND John Westwood on board, how can they possibly fail? St Retford
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2:44pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Daft Kerplunk says...

In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR Daft Kerplunk
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2:54pm Fri 8 Jun 12

SaintMax says...

Daft Kerplunk wrote:
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)
[quote][p][bold]Daft Kerplunk[/bold] wrote: In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR[/p][/quote]what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..) SaintMax
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2:59pm Fri 8 Jun 12

insane saint says...

if SFCOLDBOY is around happy birthday
if SFCOLDBOY is around happy birthday insane saint
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3:00pm Fri 8 Jun 12

insane saint says...

SaintMax wrote:
Daft Kerplunk wrote:
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)
now don't forget to spit after
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Daft Kerplunk[/bold] wrote: In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR[/p][/quote]what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)[/p][/quote]now don't forget to spit after insane saint
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3:06pm Fri 8 Jun 12

SaintMax says...

insane saint wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
Daft Kerplunk wrote:
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)
now don't forget to spit after
Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'...
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Daft Kerplunk[/bold] wrote: In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR[/p][/quote]what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)[/p][/quote]now don't forget to spit after[/p][/quote]Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'... SaintMax
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3:13pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Mush On The Beach says...

SaintMax wrote:
insane saint wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
Daft Kerplunk wrote:
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)
now don't forget to spit after
Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'...
I had a Skunt mate once, we called him HARPIC because he clean round the bend
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Daft Kerplunk[/bold] wrote: In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR[/p][/quote]what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)[/p][/quote]now don't forget to spit after[/p][/quote]Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'...[/p][/quote]I had a Skunt mate once, we called him HARPIC because he clean round the bend Mush On The Beach
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3:19pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess... St Retford
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3:22pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Confucious says...

St Retford wrote:
St Graz wrote:
As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil
Are you Maradona?

I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints.
Thank God, I'm an agnostic. It might have been different if Jonah had swallowed the whale -wow! Or if God didn't seem to be always on the side of the football team with the most expensive players.

The only problem for us agnostics in this modern world is that there's so little left not to believe in.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: As an Aetheist I can prove there is no God as if there was the skunts would have been smited, or at the very least liquidised by now. Great set of fixtures, would have like Napoli as my daughters boyfriend hails from there "Man U are my second team" glory hunting little twerp - I like to big it up over him as he hasn't worked out that we lost the second leg of that weird 70's cup thingy to them :D 1- nil sunshine, 1 - nil[/p][/quote]Are you Maradona? I think I'm an athiest too. I mean, I don't believe in god but I do believe in saints.[/p][/quote]Thank God, I'm an agnostic. It might have been different if Jonah had swallowed the whale -wow! Or if God didn't seem to be always on the side of the football team with the most expensive players. The only problem for us agnostics in this modern world is that there's so little left not to believe in. Confucious
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3:29pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Graz says...

St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'? St Graz
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3:41pm Fri 8 Jun 12

St Retford says...

St Graz wrote:
St Retford wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?
Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it.
[quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?[/p][/quote]Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it. St Retford
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3:43pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
St Graz wrote:
St Retford wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?
Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it.
Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club AGM – The suspense is killing me
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?[/p][/quote]Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it.[/p][/quote]Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club AGM – The suspense is killing me Mush On The Beach
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3:58pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
St Retford wrote:
St Graz wrote:
St Retford wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?
Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it.
Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club AGM – The suspense is killing me
Wheeltappers and Skunters!
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Graz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]Is their bid the one on the scooter? Will she mind being 'tabled'?[/p][/quote]Mind? Not at all - she absolutely loves it.[/p][/quote]Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club AGM – The suspense is killing me[/p][/quote]Wheeltappers and Skunters! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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4:01pm Fri 8 Jun 12

L.Thomo says...

Has anyone heard about prices for the memorial cup yet? I am dying to take my boy and havent heard a word?

On the friendlys, the positive attitude that makes me believe everyone at the club has as much if not more passion then posters on this site.

COYR!!!
Has anyone heard about prices for the memorial cup yet? I am dying to take my boy and havent heard a word? On the friendlys, the positive attitude that makes me believe everyone at the club has as much if not more passion then posters on this site. COYR!!! L.Thomo
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4:20pm Fri 8 Jun 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
insane saint wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
Daft Kerplunk wrote:
In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome

COYinclusiveR
what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)
now don't forget to spit after
Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'...
I had a Skunt mate once, we called him HARPIC because he clean round the bend
I,m crying now.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Daft Kerplunk[/bold] wrote: In terms of religion, I definitely prefer to think of Saints as a secular club despite the name: all religions, colours and creeds welcome COYinclusiveR[/p][/quote]what, and 'Blues'? (wash my mouth out..)[/p][/quote]now don't forget to spit after[/p][/quote]Something that always tickled me is a persil advert with a before and after shirt. before is a pompey shirt, and after a superior saints shirt. The strapline is ....'Wash the sh it out of your shirt'...[/p][/quote]I had a Skunt mate once, we called him HARPIC because he clean round the bend[/p][/quote]I,m crying now. SFCOLDBOY
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4:40pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts. Strasbourg Saint
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6:07pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

I will say it again several Bristol City players are worth a second look seeing we been a bit slow to sign them up!
I will say it again several Bristol City players are worth a second look seeing we been a bit slow to sign them up! Fatty x Ford Worker
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6:18pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Confucious says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel. Confucious
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6:38pm Fri 8 Jun 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.[/p][/quote]Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley! Strasbourg Saint
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7:16pm Fri 8 Jun 12

warrens 76 says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley!
I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy??
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.[/p][/quote]Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley![/p][/quote]I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy?? warrens 76
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7:36pm Fri 8 Jun 12

slugger says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley!
I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy??
i'm off to le mans on monday , alas it's sod all to do with football .
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.[/p][/quote]Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley![/p][/quote]I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy??[/p][/quote]i'm off to le mans on monday , alas it's sod all to do with football . slugger
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8:08pm Fri 8 Jun 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Wonder how much to get in? Our group have moved from Block 30 to Block 29 and saved £680 through the concessions.
Wonder how much to get in? Our group have moved from Block 30 to Block 29 and saved £680 through the concessions. OSPREYSAINT
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12:26am Sat 9 Jun 12

McBendy in Scotland says...

BBC Sport reporting that negotiations with J Rod are underway. Wonder who is doing all of the leaking...
BBC Sport reporting that negotiations with J Rod are underway. Wonder who is doing all of the leaking... McBendy in Scotland
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8:20am Sat 9 Jun 12

puppy saint says...

****s
****s puppy saint
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9:15am Sat 9 Jun 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

puppy saint wrote:
****s
?
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: ****s[/p][/quote]? Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:44am Sat 9 Jun 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

slugger wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley!
I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy??
i'm off to le mans on monday , alas it's sod all to do with football .
Hi Warrens, I'm not yet sure what my plans are. I was intending to head to the UK on 20/7 but may now delay that and take in Evian. However, if the earlier match ends up being here (or near here) on the 18/19th, I may not go to Evian.

Let's keep in touch and try to meet up for at least one of them.

Are any of you other Swiss/French-based fans planning to go? Anyone venturing out from the UK?

No, Slugger, Le Mans doesn't count, but have a good time there. My partner (although Portuguese) grew up in Le Mans, which probably explains why she spends so much of her time going round in circles.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.[/p][/quote]Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley![/p][/quote]I live almost opposite Evian....I shall be there any of you going...Strassy??[/p][/quote]i'm off to le mans on monday , alas it's sod all to do with football .[/p][/quote]Hi Warrens, I'm not yet sure what my plans are. I was intending to head to the UK on 20/7 but may now delay that and take in Evian. However, if the earlier match ends up being here (or near here) on the 18/19th, I may not go to Evian. Let's keep in touch and try to meet up for at least one of them. Are any of you other Swiss/French-based fans planning to go? Anyone venturing out from the UK? No, Slugger, Le Mans doesn't count, but have a good time there. My partner (although Portuguese) grew up in Le Mans, which probably explains why she spends so much of her time going round in circles. Strasbourg Saint
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10:06pm Sat 9 Jun 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...
There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments.

For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does.

Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.
Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.
Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley!
Too many deity jokes on here, cut it out.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: The Pompey Trust's big announcement is they're going to table a bid at some point. Well it's worth thinking about, I guess...[/p][/quote]There's something morally wrong about the words 'Pompey' and 'trust' appearing so close together, especially on a thread where there are so many religious comments. For the record, like a number of top English clubs, the club was, of course, started by a church; in our case the Anglican Church (St. Marys). However, as the fantastically named Daft Kerplunk points out above, these days we are surely 'all inclusive', which includes the serious posters and the nutters like me. I suppose it means we have to make room for the WUMs, those who think we should all be given free tickets, those who think we should have signed Messi by now, those who will be moaning if we fail to win the Prem and those who sit behind all of us moaning about, well, everything every Saints player does. Still, at least Mush On The Beach's reminder about Rowan Atkinson's Hell sketch means we don't have to include the Skunts.[/p][/quote]Or dyslexic satanists who worship the drivel.[/p][/quote]Yes, they're an odd bunch; their High Lord is none other than Evil Parsley![/p][/quote]Too many deity jokes on here, cut it out. OSPREYSAINT
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