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  • "
    Optimus Prime's Little Toe wrote:
    Davis - Keep
    Forecast - Keep
    Richardson - Keep
    Harding - Sell
    Fonte - Keep
    Martin - Keep
    Fox - Keep
    Butterfield - Sell
    Seabourne - Loan out to regain fitness
    Hoover - Keep
    Reeves - Keep & use in cups
    Shaw - Keep & use in cups
    Stephens - Keep & use in cups
    Dickson - Sell
    Spider - Keep
    Cork - Keep
    Do Prado - Sell
    Hammond - Give chance, but maybe sell come Jan
    Lallana - Keep
    Chaplow - Give chance, but maybe sell in Jan
    De Ridder - Keep
    Puncheon - Sell
    Ward Prowse - Keep & use in cups
    Forte - Sell
    Lambert - Keep
    Sharp - Keep
    Tad Lee - Keep
    Jay Rod - Keep
    Barnard - Sell

    Hows that people?
    You want to keep Forecast??

    he's reputed to be hopeless.. probably not fair on the lad but has not exactly thrived on loan has he."
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Saints' £2m screen test



First published in Saints News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Writer

Saints are already counting the Premier League cash after being handed four live TV dates inside the first three months of the season.

The club will bank just shy of £2m from the facility fees for those games alone, with plenty more money rolling into their coffers.

Nigel Adkins’ men start their season at champions Manchester City and, unsurprisingly, that game has been selected for live viewing in Sky Sports’ prime 4pm slot on Sunday, August 19.

Also live on Sky within the first few weeks of the season is the St Mary’s clash with Manchester United, which now takes place on Sunday, September 2, also with a 4pm kick-off time.

For full story and more Saints news, don't miss today's Daily Echo.

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