Guly signs contract extension

Guly do Prado

Guly do Prado

First published in Saints News

Guly do Prado has signed a one-year contract extension to keep him at Saints until 2014.

The Brazilian was entering the last year of his contract but Saints have moved to ensure the 30-year-old remains at St Mary’s for at least another two years.

Do Prado has earned mixed reviews from fans since joining from Cesena following a loan spell that started two years ago, with some loving the South American’s style and others not so keen.

He has been utilised both as a striker and a right sided midfielder and has scored 22 goals in 85 appearances for Saints thus far.

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11:24am Sun 15 Jul 12

Velleity says...

I sit on the fence as to Guly.

As a centre-forward I think he's truly exceptional.

As a midfielder on a day when he feels like putting in effort I think he's superb.

As a midfielder on the days when he just can't be bothered, we effectively play with ten men.

Hopefully we'll see more of him in the first two roles.

He gets a lot of stick and I think it's because of the days when he just doesn't appear to care at all. It's a terrible shame because, as I say, I believe that when he's trying he's terrific. The problem is that once the crowd's on your back it takes a lot to get them to see past that on the good days.

NA rates him; I just hope Nigel can lift Guly's attitude to the right level for EVERY game.
I sit on the fence as to Guly. As a centre-forward I think he's truly exceptional. As a midfielder on a day when he feels like putting in effort I think he's superb. As a midfielder on the days when he just can't be bothered, we effectively play with ten men. Hopefully we'll see more of him in the first two roles. He gets a lot of stick and I think it's because of the days when he just doesn't appear to care at all. It's a terrible shame because, as I say, I believe that when he's trying he's terrific. The problem is that once the crowd's on your back it takes a lot to get them to see past that on the good days. NA rates him; I just hope Nigel can lift Guly's attitude to the right level for EVERY game. Velleity
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11:32am Sun 15 Jul 12

Southseachris says...

I agree with the above posting and it will be interesting to see how he does in the premier league.
From the 45 mins I saw of him yesterday against very good opponents he didn't look out of place especially given his comparable lack of fitness.
I agree with the above posting and it will be interesting to see how he does in the premier league. From the 45 mins I saw of him yesterday against very good opponents he didn't look out of place especially given his comparable lack of fitness. Southseachris
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11:36am Sun 15 Jul 12

GX Saint says...

I think he'll be more effective at this level than he has been previously. He's skillful and intelligent which may be a more valuable combination than, say, Chaplow's industry. I'm not saying we don't need workrate too, just that Guly can do stuff going forwards that others can't.
I think he'll be more effective at this level than he has been previously. He's skillful and intelligent which may be a more valuable combination than, say, Chaplow's industry. I'm not saying we don't need workrate too, just that Guly can do stuff going forwards that others can't. GX Saint
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11:48am Sun 15 Jul 12

Lestevier26 says...

I pretty much agree with the above posts. He's done enough to deserve a year extension on his existing contract, but the jury's still out. He clearly has the ability but needs to prove he's not an inconsistant/ lazy (one of the two - undecided on which) luxury player.

However, regarding Chaplow: I think he's going to surprise a few people - I think he's going to rise to the challenge and become a premier league quality player, I see a lot of promise in that guy still to come.
I pretty much agree with the above posts. He's done enough to deserve a year extension on his existing contract, but the jury's still out. He clearly has the ability but needs to prove he's not an inconsistant/ lazy (one of the two - undecided on which) luxury player. However, regarding Chaplow: I think he's going to surprise a few people - I think he's going to rise to the challenge and become a premier league quality player, I see a lot of promise in that guy still to come. Lestevier26
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12:09pm Sun 15 Jul 12

just kidding says...

Good to read this news, I think he will do well in the Prem. Also thanks to the above posters for your thoughtful comments, truly a breath of fresh air.
Good to read this news, I think he will do well in the Prem. Also thanks to the above posters for your thoughtful comments, truly a breath of fresh air. just kidding
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12:17pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

just kidding wrote:
Good to read this news, I think he will do well in the Prem. Also thanks to the above posters for your thoughtful comments, truly a breath of fresh air.
That (thus all the above).

Alas, the day is young, I doubt everyone will be as thoughtful and objective as those above have been.
[quote][p][bold]just kidding[/bold] wrote: Good to read this news, I think he will do well in the Prem. Also thanks to the above posters for your thoughtful comments, truly a breath of fresh air.[/p][/quote]That (thus all the above). Alas, the day is young, I doubt everyone will be as thoughtful and objective as those above have been. Strasbourg Saint
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12:45pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Tony in Liberia says...

When I've seen Guly I've been impressed by him, but not so much by the crowd. I've never seen him lacking in effort on his own behalf, but I have seen him respond to barracking in the crowd and people bawling for him to be substituted by becoming a bit despondent.

Everyone makes the odd mistakes, but in my reading Guly is always trying to do play the right ball, while others in the team might not share his vision so clearly and turn what was good intention into bad result. Hopefully with better players around him, and more time and space, he will show his class.

But, and it's a big but, the Guly-baiters need to know that you reap what you sow, and if they rain down disaproval from the terraces, any player would drop his head. Be Saintly!
When I've seen Guly I've been impressed by him, but not so much by the crowd. I've never seen him lacking in effort on his own behalf, but I have seen him respond to barracking in the crowd and people bawling for him to be substituted by becoming a bit despondent. Everyone makes the odd mistakes, but in my reading Guly is always trying to do play the right ball, while others in the team might not share his vision so clearly and turn what was good intention into bad result. Hopefully with better players around him, and more time and space, he will show his class. But, and it's a big but, the Guly-baiters need to know that you reap what you sow, and if they rain down disaproval from the terraces, any player would drop his head. Be Saintly! Tony in Liberia
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12:59pm Sun 15 Jul 12

slugger says...

hear hear to all of the above .
hear hear to all of the above . slugger
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1:26pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Dorssaints says...

If he plays well in 2012-13 then you wouldn't want his contract ending in 2013 so giving him a contract to 2014 makes sense.
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Nice to see Seabourne back, but time is moving on and no keeper or CB has arrived.
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I would happy with Rod, Buttner, Davies, Clyne, Zaha, a CB and a GK.
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A year to consolidate, we will then attract better players and then we move onwards and upwards
If he plays well in 2012-13 then you wouldn't want his contract ending in 2013 so giving him a contract to 2014 makes sense. . Nice to see Seabourne back, but time is moving on and no keeper or CB has arrived. . I would happy with Rod, Buttner, Davies, Clyne, Zaha, a CB and a GK. . A year to consolidate, we will then attract better players and then we move onwards and upwards Dorssaints
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1:29pm Sun 15 Jul 12

arm chair fan says...

agree with the above, Nigel rates him very highly. nice to read some proper comments on the thread. although there are sometimes trolls on this site, nothing compared to a few i saw yesterday ! y do they bother ?
agree with the above, Nigel rates him very highly. nice to read some proper comments on the thread. although there are sometimes trolls on this site, nothing compared to a few i saw yesterday ! y do they bother ? arm chair fan
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1:41pm Sun 15 Jul 12

only1chopper says...

I agree and disagree with some of the comments above, from what i have seen, a very frustrating player, but as a very well paid player, i feel you should be up for every game you play, not if and when you feel like it. We got away with playing with 10 men last season at times, but we will not in the premiership, i am therefore surprised at his contract extension. not sure what his best position is either, for me, it is on the bench, sorry to those people who rate him but for me, if you can't cut the mustard every game then you don't deserve your place in the starting 11. I just hope i am proved wrong.
I agree and disagree with some of the comments above, from what i have seen, a very frustrating player, but as a very well paid player, i feel you should be up for every game you play, not if and when you feel like it. We got away with playing with 10 men last season at times, but we will not in the premiership, i am therefore surprised at his contract extension. not sure what his best position is either, for me, it is on the bench, sorry to those people who rate him but for me, if you can't cut the mustard every game then you don't deserve your place in the starting 11. I just hope i am proved wrong. only1chopper
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1:46pm Sun 15 Jul 12

saint, says...

Fantastic player, I think he will prove this in the premier league. Unfortunately, he is underrated by some of our fellow supporters. COYR.
Fantastic player, I think he will prove this in the premier league. Unfortunately, he is underrated by some of our fellow supporters. COYR. saint,
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1:53pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Condor Man says...

He's certainly an enigma, he gives something to the team which is otherwise lacking but like some of the other posters I can't really explain what it is. He scored some crucial goals which helped us get promoted twice so he deserves a crack at the big time.
He's certainly an enigma, he gives something to the team which is otherwise lacking but like some of the other posters I can't really explain what it is. He scored some crucial goals which helped us get promoted twice so he deserves a crack at the big time. Condor Man
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1:56pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Baddesley Bill says...

All the Guly doubters really need to make a point of watching his off the ball play...he can be frustrating to watch at times...agreed, but my opinion is that he is intergral to our team...he covers a hell of a lot of ground during a game and his touches are prem class.
All the Guly doubters really need to make a point of watching his off the ball play...he can be frustrating to watch at times...agreed, but my opinion is that he is intergral to our team...he covers a hell of a lot of ground during a game and his touches are prem class. Baddesley Bill
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2:20pm Sun 15 Jul 12

COYR Ranger says...

Guly I think will have a better time of it in the Premier League than in the lower divisions, as because more fools are given in the Premier League defenders do not drive in so much as the last two divisions defenders do.
Guly I think will have a better time of it in the Premier League than in the lower divisions, as because more fools are given in the Premier League defenders do not drive in so much as the last two divisions defenders do. COYR Ranger
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2:21pm Sun 15 Jul 12

COYR Ranger says...

COYR Ranger wrote:
GulyI meant 'fouls' instead of "fools", of course. Sorry!
[quote][p][bold]COYR Ranger[/bold] wrote: GulyI meant 'fouls' instead of "fools", of course. Sorry! COYR Ranger
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2:31pm Sun 15 Jul 12

dadofmy3sons says...

I have long said on here that any player playing for Saints has to have my backing, and reserve the right to make sensible criticism away from the spotlight, and due encouragement where it can be best seen.
Good signing !
I have long said on here that any player playing for Saints has to have my backing, and reserve the right to make sensible criticism away from the spotlight, and due encouragement where it can be best seen. Good signing ! dadofmy3sons
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2:33pm Sun 15 Jul 12

dadofmy3sons says...

COYR Ranger wrote:
COYR Ranger wrote:
GulyI meant 'fouls' instead of "fools", of course. Sorry!No I think it could be right first time. Ashley Cole in the role of fool offf the field ?
[quote][p][bold]COYR Ranger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]COYR Ranger[/bold] wrote: GulyI meant 'fouls' instead of "fools", of course. Sorry![/p][/quote]No I think it could be right first time. Ashley Cole in the role of fool offf the field ? dadofmy3sons
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2:36pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Guly is a man who divides our opinions, that’s the beauty of the game, we all see the same thing but through different eyes. I’d love to see him shine in the Prem and he will be given his chance. Work ethic and skill, can they be mutually exclusive?
Le Tiss was the most gifted player I have ever seen in our shirt, but some would grumble about his work ethic and would say he was lazy. Berbatov, ask Spurs and Man U fans the result is the same.
Benali was one of the least talented players I saw play in our shirt, his distribution out of defence was shocking. However, he was a Southampton boy and his work ethic was admirable. He also divided our opinions.
Guly is a man who divides our opinions, that’s the beauty of the game, we all see the same thing but through different eyes. I’d love to see him shine in the Prem and he will be given his chance. Work ethic and skill, can they be mutually exclusive? Le Tiss was the most gifted player I have ever seen in our shirt, but some would grumble about his work ethic and would say he was lazy. Berbatov, ask Spurs and Man U fans the result is the same. Benali was one of the least talented players I saw play in our shirt, his distribution out of defence was shocking. However, he was a Southampton boy and his work ethic was admirable. He also divided our opinions. Mush On The Beach
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2:45pm Sun 15 Jul 12

dadofmy3sons says...

I can remember when Benali was a chant when playing and going in for a completely ridiculous challenge.
Loved him, couldn't play though !
and saw his goal !!
I can remember when Benali was a chant when playing and going in for a completely ridiculous challenge. Loved him, couldn't play though ! and saw his goal !! dadofmy3sons
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3:08pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Have not seen our resident Skunt on here in a while and am genuinely concerned.
Poopey Phylis are you alright fella?
Listen I know the 10 point deduction will hurt, but things could be worse couldn’t they?
Actually, thinking about it the answer is no isn’t it?
If you’ve run out of valium from the Doc, get in contact with Fatty X Ford Worker, he will sort you out with comfortably numb cakes. xxx
Have not seen our resident Skunt on here in a while and am genuinely concerned. Poopey Phylis are you alright fella? Listen I know the 10 point deduction will hurt, but things could be worse couldn’t they? Actually, thinking about it the answer is no isn’t it? If you’ve run out of valium from the Doc, get in contact with Fatty X Ford Worker, he will sort you out with comfortably numb cakes. xxx Mush On The Beach
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4:01pm Sun 15 Jul 12

up saints says...

for me guly was ok if he started but no good from the bench.time will tell but worth giving him a new cortract
for me guly was ok if he started but no good from the bench.time will tell but worth giving him a new cortract up saints
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4:59pm Sun 15 Jul 12

saintkenny says...

pompeyphils with his boyfiend who comes on here a lot from warsash,giving it large
pompeyphils with his boyfiend who comes on here a lot from warsash,giving it large saintkenny
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5:20pm Sun 15 Jul 12

under the tap says...

Great posts for a while !!
Great posts for a while !! under the tap
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5:30pm Sun 15 Jul 12

willygetaway says...

Any wise words from yesturdays games any body ?
Any wise words from yesturdays games any body ? willygetaway
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5:38pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Footballfootballandmorefootball says...

I go to games in a group of about 10 blokes. Six of us have played the game and been going to football most of our lives, four never played and come along for the crack, that four dont rate Guly, the rest of us do.......just saying :)
Also Guly is one of the most popular players with the Academy lads and has loads of time for his apprentice. V nice bloke all round.
I go to games in a group of about 10 blokes. Six of us have played the game and been going to football most of our lives, four never played and come along for the crack, that four dont rate Guly, the rest of us do.......just saying :) Also Guly is one of the most popular players with the Academy lads and has loads of time for his apprentice. V nice bloke all round. Footballfootballandmorefootball
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6:02pm Sun 15 Jul 12

techsture says...

He knows how to take a chance, the fact is he won't get many in the EPL. He's a luxery like a Anders Limpar or a Marc Overmars, or even a David Ginola or a Laurent Robert. The fact is Arsenal and Newcastle had a defense to cope with effectively playing with ten men. We don't. He should have been let go.
He knows how to take a chance, the fact is he won't get many in the EPL. He's a luxery like a Anders Limpar or a Marc Overmars, or even a David Ginola or a Laurent Robert. The fact is Arsenal and Newcastle had a defense to cope with effectively playing with ten men. We don't. He should have been let go. techsture
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7:22pm Sun 15 Jul 12

milton road says...

This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault?
He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive.
One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth.
There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.
This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault? He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive. One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth. There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise. milton road
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7:27pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Saintsayer II says...

If Guly plays he gives NA an option to change our shape without having to use a sub He plays wide right, he plays as a centre forward or he plays just behind the front 2 and I've seen him just stand in the middle and not move but act as a wall for the rest of the mid-field to play off
Which is his best position ? I'll pass on that question but I'm confident he will make a name for himself in the PL
If Guly plays he gives NA an option to change our shape without having to use a sub He plays wide right, he plays as a centre forward or he plays just behind the front 2 and I've seen him just stand in the middle and not move but act as a wall for the rest of the mid-field to play off Which is his best position ? I'll pass on that question but I'm confident he will make a name for himself in the PL Saintsayer II
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7:28pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Baddesley Bill says...

milton road wrote:
This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault?
He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive.
One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth.
There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.
Bang on imo. Funny thing is that I also think that Tad Lee makes his runs too quick for our providers to cotton on to what he's doing. If they both get it right this season (and stay injury free)...they could be a leathal combination.
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault? He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive. One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth. There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.[/p][/quote]Bang on imo. Funny thing is that I also think that Tad Lee makes his runs too quick for our providers to cotton on to what he's doing. If they both get it right this season (and stay injury free)...they could be a leathal combination. Baddesley Bill
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7:38pm Sun 15 Jul 12

business-guru says...

so many missing the point... there is only one reason to extend contracts like this... he will be sold in January.
so many missing the point... there is only one reason to extend contracts like this... he will be sold in January. business-guru
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7:52pm Sun 15 Jul 12

slugger says...

business-guru wrote:
so many missing the point... there is only one reason to extend contracts like this... he will be sold in January.
i'll remind you of that comment in february .
[quote][p][bold]business-guru[/bold] wrote: so many missing the point... there is only one reason to extend contracts like this... he will be sold in January.[/p][/quote]i'll remind you of that comment in february . slugger
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8:15pm Sun 15 Jul 12

oregonsaint says...

Velleity wrote:
I sit on the fence as to Guly.

As a centre-forward I think he's truly exceptional.

As a midfielder on a day when he feels like putting in effort I think he's superb.

As a midfielder on the days when he just can't be bothered, we effectively play with ten men.

Hopefully we'll see more of him in the first two roles.

He gets a lot of stick and I think it's because of the days when he just doesn't appear to care at all. It's a terrible shame because, as I say, I believe that when he's trying he's terrific. The problem is that once the crowd's on your back it takes a lot to get them to see past that on the good days.

NA rates him; I just hope Nigel can lift Guly's attitude to the right level for EVERY game.
Le God was a bit like that wasn't he?
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I sit on the fence as to Guly. As a centre-forward I think he's truly exceptional. As a midfielder on a day when he feels like putting in effort I think he's superb. As a midfielder on the days when he just can't be bothered, we effectively play with ten men. Hopefully we'll see more of him in the first two roles. He gets a lot of stick and I think it's because of the days when he just doesn't appear to care at all. It's a terrible shame because, as I say, I believe that when he's trying he's terrific. The problem is that once the crowd's on your back it takes a lot to get them to see past that on the good days. NA rates him; I just hope Nigel can lift Guly's attitude to the right level for EVERY game.[/p][/quote]Le God was a bit like that wasn't he? oregonsaint
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8:54pm Sun 15 Jul 12

RedArmy1 says...

Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy.

Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR
Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy. Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR RedArmy1
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9:10pm Sun 15 Jul 12

hedge end bob says...

milton road wrote:
This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault?
He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive.
One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth.
There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.
Good post, i can remember when Peter Osgood first join us. He would make a pass in to space where he was expecting a player would be only to see the player a yard to slow.
Guly's going to surprise a few this season in the prem and i only hope people will hold their hands up and admit they were wrong.
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault? He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive. One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth. There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.[/p][/quote]Good post, i can remember when Peter Osgood first join us. He would make a pass in to space where he was expecting a player would be only to see the player a yard to slow. Guly's going to surprise a few this season in the prem and i only hope people will hold their hands up and admit they were wrong. hedge end bob
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9:26pm Sun 15 Jul 12

oregonsaint says...

RedArmy1 wrote:
Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy.

Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR
Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes.
COYS (Come On You Saints).
[quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy. Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR[/p][/quote]Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes. COYS (Come On You Saints). oregonsaint
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9:27pm Sun 15 Jul 12

slugger says...

Footballfootballandm
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wrote:
I go to games in a group of about 10 blokes. Six of us have played the game and been going to football most of our lives, four never played and come along for the crack, that four dont rate Guly, the rest of us do.......just saying :)
Also Guly is one of the most popular players with the Academy lads and has loads of time for his apprentice. V nice bloke all round.
this post speaks volumes imo , couln't agree more .
[quote][p][bold]Footballfootballandm orefootball[/bold] wrote: I go to games in a group of about 10 blokes. Six of us have played the game and been going to football most of our lives, four never played and come along for the crack, that four dont rate Guly, the rest of us do.......just saying :) Also Guly is one of the most popular players with the Academy lads and has loads of time for his apprentice. V nice bloke all round.[/p][/quote]this post speaks volumes imo , couln't agree more . slugger
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9:35pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Baddesley Bill says...

oregonsaint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy.

Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR
Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes.
COYS (Come On You Saints).
Liverpool = hasbeens.

A new order is upon us.

COYR (just like we've been singing it all this time!)
[quote][p][bold]oregonsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy. Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR[/p][/quote]Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes. COYS (Come On You Saints).[/p][/quote]Liverpool = hasbeens. A new order is upon us. COYR (just like we've been singing it all this time!) Baddesley Bill
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9:47pm Sun 15 Jul 12

RedArmy1 says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
oregonsaint wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy.

Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR
Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes.
COYS (Come On You Saints).
Liverpool = hasbeens.

A new order is upon us.

COYR (just like we've been singing it all this time!)
RED AND WHITE

HOME AND AWAY

SOUTHAMPTON AND ENGLAND.

Wear the Stripes - but this years shirt is gonna break records with its sales.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oregonsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RedArmy1[/bold] wrote: Good News on Guly and JRod looks a good buy. Still have more unfinished business in the Market - it has been a lot more difficult than when we were in League One and the Championship where deals were concluded fairly quickly. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. WE ARE NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH. COYR[/p][/quote]Red Army = Liverpool. Bring back the good old stripes. COYS (Come On You Saints).[/p][/quote]Liverpool = hasbeens. A new order is upon us. COYR (just like we've been singing it all this time!)[/p][/quote]RED AND WHITE HOME AND AWAY SOUTHAMPTON AND ENGLAND. Wear the Stripes - but this years shirt is gonna break records with its sales. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. RedArmy1
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11:19pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

He has his faults but lazy isn't one of them.
He has his faults but lazy isn't one of them. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:31pm Sun 15 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
He has his faults but lazy isn't one of them.
Who? Bill or Slugger?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: He has his faults but lazy isn't one of them.[/p][/quote]Who? Bill or Slugger? Strasbourg Saint
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2:08am Mon 16 Jul 12

flashhart2000 says...

I got a hunch he'll score 27 goals this season but he'll miss out on the golden boot cause Torres will score 28
#pessimist
I got a hunch he'll score 27 goals this season but he'll miss out on the golden boot cause Torres will score 28 #pessimist flashhart2000
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6:07am Mon 16 Jul 12

Sing4Saints says...

In the PL we will need someone to do that something different to open up tight games. Guly could be the unpredictable spark. NA see's something, we should all trust his vision.
In the PL we will need someone to do that something different to open up tight games. Guly could be the unpredictable spark. NA see's something, we should all trust his vision. Sing4Saints
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7:34am Mon 16 Jul 12

FreeNelsonMantle says...

I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus
I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus FreeNelsonMantle
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8:19am Mon 16 Jul 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

FreeNelsonMantle wrote:
I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus
Last season I had been a critic of Guly on several occasions.
All of which I felt was justified.

Guly Do Prado played brilliantly in our promotion game against Coventry.Effort and quality.
I think it was his best game for the club.
I think he gets moved around too much in the team, he seems to get unsetalled by this.
He IMO is not a winger or a centre forward he is an attacking midfield play maker.
If he is played there then I think he can fulfill our hopes for him,he has undoubted quality.
Keep him busy,keep him involved.
Alan Ball made Matt LeTissier a better player this way, so why should it not work for Guly?
COYR
[quote][p][bold]FreeNelsonMantle[/bold] wrote: I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus[/p][/quote]Last season I had been a critic of Guly on several occasions. All of which I felt was justified. Guly Do Prado played brilliantly in our promotion game against Coventry.Effort and quality. I think it was his best game for the club. I think he gets moved around too much in the team, he seems to get unsetalled by this. He IMO is not a winger or a centre forward he is an attacking midfield play maker. If he is played there then I think he can fulfill our hopes for him,he has undoubted quality. Keep him busy,keep him involved. Alan Ball made Matt LeTissier a better player this way, so why should it not work for Guly? COYR SFCOLDBOY
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8:56am Mon 16 Jul 12

milton road says...

Matt Le Tiss drifted out of games played wide. He was a far better player when allowed the freedom of the midfield or playing behind the front two. Whilst our Matt was extra special, Guly would also be better off in that sort of role.
Ideally Osgood liked the ball a yard in front of him to run on to. So your momentum is already there. It was one of the reasons we bought Charlie George he had that type of vision. Though Charlie was fated with knee problems. It was Osgood that spent hours helping a young and aspiring Steve Williams become the great player he was for Saints, in reference to where and how to play the ball.
Then came the great Alan Ball who had such an influence on our young midfielders, Holmes, Baker and Williams. For awhile we had a side that boasted 5 home grown players in the first team players. the three above plus Channon and Moran.
Of course that later was bettered by the Le Tiss, Shearer, 3 Wallace brothers, Townsend and Maddison. In the same first team squad.
So I guess in a couple of seasons or so we may find 5 home bred players in the team. Its a hard task but not impossible.
Matt Le Tiss drifted out of games played wide. He was a far better player when allowed the freedom of the midfield or playing behind the front two. Whilst our Matt was extra special, Guly would also be better off in that sort of role. Ideally Osgood liked the ball a yard in front of him to run on to. So your momentum is already there. It was one of the reasons we bought Charlie George he had that type of vision. Though Charlie was fated with knee problems. It was Osgood that spent hours helping a young and aspiring Steve Williams become the great player he was for Saints, in reference to where and how to play the ball. Then came the great Alan Ball who had such an influence on our young midfielders, Holmes, Baker and Williams. For awhile we had a side that boasted 5 home grown players in the first team players. the three above plus Channon and Moran. Of course that later was bettered by the Le Tiss, Shearer, 3 Wallace brothers, Townsend and Maddison. In the same first team squad. So I guess in a couple of seasons or so we may find 5 home bred players in the team. Its a hard task but not impossible. milton road
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8:57am Mon 16 Jul 12

cmonpompey! says...

u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season.

we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse.

look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone.

o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya!

cmon u BLUES! PUP!
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP! cmonpompey!
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8:58am Mon 16 Jul 12

Alicesdad says...

Good move in my opinion. I would have been disappointed if we had lost him before he had a chance to play in the Premiership. He has class and is probably moving into a league where that will show up more. It's a one year extension so it's a question of "prove yourself" without a massive long term commitment.
Shrewd bit of business I think.
Good move in my opinion. I would have been disappointed if we had lost him before he had a chance to play in the Premiership. He has class and is probably moving into a league where that will show up more. It's a one year extension so it's a question of "prove yourself" without a massive long term commitment. Shrewd bit of business I think. Alicesdad
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9:06am Mon 16 Jul 12

Optimus Prime's Little Toe says...

Guly is like marmite, you either love him or hate him...
Guly is like marmite, you either love him or hate him... Optimus Prime's Little Toe
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9:17am Mon 16 Jul 12

aldermoorboy says...

Saints fans must back the team, win,lose or draw for all games if we are to do well.
Moaners not welcome they can undermine the team.
Northam fans are great for the team, lets hope their positive atmosphere spreads right round the ground.
Saints fans must back the team, win,lose or draw for all games if we are to do well. Moaners not welcome they can undermine the team. Northam fans are great for the team, lets hope their positive atmosphere spreads right round the ground. aldermoorboy
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9:17am Mon 16 Jul 12

george chivers says...

milton road wrote:
This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault?
He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive.
One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth.
There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.
Good post! I'm a Guly fan and I will always support him. Unlike the clueless loud mouthed 'Wonker' who sits behind me in the Kingsland who has clearly never kicked a ball in his life.

I think Guly's natural position is in the hole behind the striker(s). Unfortunately for him, because of the systems we play, not a position he gets to put into very often. So we don't always see him at his best. But the man has great talent, vision, can pick a pass and score goals. Although at times he is not the quickest over 10 to 15 yards and his concentration is lacking which shows in his first touch. But who hasn't got faults.

Good luck to him this season and can the the 'Wonker' behind me shut the fack up because I've had enough of you!
[quote][p][bold]milton road[/bold] wrote: This was always going to happen, NA rates him. He has the flair to excite and the laid back attitude to frustrate. Agreed he is an enigma. Yet there must be times when he gets frustrated. he often thinks ahead of his team mates and lays off balls or makes positions that are not exploited by those around him. For example how many times has he made a run from a good position and we have played an extra pass in midfield instead of sending the through ball, those vital seconds rendering him off side? How many times has he laid a ball into space for the player to run on to and they have not read the game thus leaving it looking his fault? He is not perfect but he is a far better player than he is given credit for. Yes there are times when he seems not involved. Overall he deserves this and whilst the criticisms will remain, the ball into space and the defence, splitting pass, the ability to read the game and think ahead of the game are all criteria that are going to be crucial in the premiership if we are to survive. One or two have moaned about our performance against Anderlecht, yet take into consideration that was our first pre season friendly and their sixth. There was an article on the games yesterday in the mail. Very Arsenal biased surprise surprise.[/p][/quote]Good post! I'm a Guly fan and I will always support him. Unlike the clueless loud mouthed 'Wonker' who sits behind me in the Kingsland who has clearly never kicked a ball in his life. I think Guly's natural position is in the hole behind the striker(s). Unfortunately for him, because of the systems we play, not a position he gets to put into very often. So we don't always see him at his best. But the man has great talent, vision, can pick a pass and score goals. Although at times he is not the quickest over 10 to 15 yards and his concentration is lacking which shows in his first touch. But who hasn't got faults. Good luck to him this season and can the the 'Wonker' behind me shut the fack up because I've had enough of you! george chivers
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9:22am Mon 16 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

cmonpompey! wrote:
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season.

we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse.

look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone.

o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya!

cmon u BLUES! PUP!
Come on Bournemouth.
[quote][p][bold]cmonpompey![/bold] wrote: u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP![/p][/quote]Come on Bournemouth. mack chinnon
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9:30am Mon 16 Jul 12

Dickosfc says...

cmonpompey! wrote:
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP!
haha! Cheered up my monday morning that
[quote][p][bold]cmonpompey![/bold] wrote: u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP![/p][/quote]haha! Cheered up my monday morning that Dickosfc
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9:34am Mon 16 Jul 12

Dickosfc says...

Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week. Dickosfc
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10:03am Mon 16 Jul 12

Confucious says...

Dickosfc wrote:
Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
[quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys. Confucious
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10:15am Mon 16 Jul 12

business-guru says...

I love all this black and white stuff.... "guly is either great or he is rubbish". The reality is that Guly has two personalities. The one where everything is great with the world and he gives 100%, creates and looks superb. And then there is the one who appears to bottle it under pressure, is lethargic and short sighed with no real cutting edge. I have heard many people say he can't handle pressure games ( like pompey away ) but I don't really think its that, I just think he is one of those hot-and-cold players. I rate him on his day but I can't see him delivering in the Prem unless he discovers consistancy from game 1. For me this extension is just good business sense, dangle the carrot and bump up his wages by 30% and get that back and more in january with a sale to either a bottom 5 prem club, or a promotion chasing championship club. Or, if he does start to shine in the Prem,,, keep him ! Its a win-win-win situation for all..... well done NC/NA
I love all this black and white stuff.... "guly is either great or he is rubbish". The reality is that Guly has two personalities. The one where everything is great with the world and he gives 100%, creates and looks superb. And then there is the one who appears to bottle it under pressure, is lethargic and short sighed with no real cutting edge. I have heard many people say he can't handle pressure games ( like pompey away ) but I don't really think its that, I just think he is one of those hot-and-cold players. I rate him on his day but I can't see him delivering in the Prem unless he discovers consistancy from game 1. For me this extension is just good business sense, dangle the carrot and bump up his wages by 30% and get that back and more in january with a sale to either a bottom 5 prem club, or a promotion chasing championship club. Or, if he does start to shine in the Prem,,, keep him ! Its a win-win-win situation for all..... well done NC/NA business-guru
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10:21am Mon 16 Jul 12

long memory says...

I have just "Googled" a web site named False 10.There is an article named "How to plan for Premier League survival and Expectations of the Promoted.I found it a good read and a fair assessment of the three clubs promoted to the PL.
I have just "Googled" a web site named False 10.There is an article named "How to plan for Premier League survival and Expectations of the Promoted.I found it a good read and a fair assessment of the three clubs promoted to the PL. long memory
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10:46am Mon 16 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

cmonpompey! wrote:
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season.

we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse.

look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone.

o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya!

cmon u BLUES! PUP!
Are you FatBoy from Eastenders? ..... Da Skunt innit
[quote][p][bold]cmonpompey![/bold] wrote: u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP![/p][/quote]Are you FatBoy from Eastenders? ..... Da Skunt innit Mush On The Beach
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10:52am Mon 16 Jul 12

billythesaint says...

I think Guly will step it up a level this year. It can't be easy for a Brazilian to get motivated at lower league grounds. He did seem to always play better at home. I hope he shows what he can do because when he's on form he's got a lot of talent. Trouble is, when he's having a shocker he's a liability!
I think Guly will step it up a level this year. It can't be easy for a Brazilian to get motivated at lower league grounds. He did seem to always play better at home. I hope he shows what he can do because when he's on form he's got a lot of talent. Trouble is, when he's having a shocker he's a liability! billythesaint
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10:56am Mon 16 Jul 12

Dickosfc says...

Confucious wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s……………
…….
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.[/p][/quote]Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… ……. Dickosfc
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11:20am Mon 16 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Dickosfc wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s……………

…….
Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :)

It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos!

Say it ain't so, Joe!
[quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.[/p][/quote]Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… …….[/p][/quote]Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :) It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos! Say it ain't so, Joe! Strasbourg Saint
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11:31am Mon 16 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

cmonpompey! wrote:
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season.

we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse.

look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone.

o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya!

cmon u BLUES! PUP!
Thought this might make more sense to people on here if it was in French. So I ran it through Google Translate and this is what it says:

éjaculer sur Pompée! a écrit:
"u sacs écume élèvent ur espère trop élevé puanteur gona ur in da preimer ligue maan ville gana smash ya u 5,6-0 maan sera butom de da la ligue en 24h de la saison da la ligue amorce. nous allons être ya meating in tha fa ou Coupe de la Ligue maan où nous en sommes gona smaash ur Arse. regardez toutes les manières u dum tinking tous battement u. o et juillet ne pardo est Sh*t maan cant même kicka balle, ee loks lika dom scumer comme tous ya!
cmon BLUES u! PUP!

Hope that helps!
[quote][p][bold]cmonpompey![/bold] wrote: u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP![/p][/quote]Thought this might make more sense to people on here if it was in French. So I ran it through Google Translate and this is what it says: éjaculer sur Pompée! a écrit: "u sacs écume élèvent ur espère trop élevé puanteur gona ur in da preimer ligue maan ville gana smash ya u 5,6-0 maan sera butom de da la ligue en 24h de la saison da la ligue amorce. nous allons être ya meating in tha fa ou Coupe de la Ligue maan où nous en sommes gona smaash ur Arse. regardez toutes les manières u dum tinking tous battement u. o et juillet ne pardo est Sh*t maan cant même kicka balle, ee loks lika dom scumer comme tous ya! cmon BLUES u! PUP! Hope that helps! Strasbourg Saint
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11:32am Mon 16 Jul 12

george chivers says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Dickosfc wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s……………


…….
Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :)

It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos!

Say it ain't so, Joe!
If we had two Gulys would the one on the left be lower in the pecker order than the one on the right?

Or would he slip into the hole behind the main striker?

Sorry.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.[/p][/quote]Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… …….[/p][/quote]Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :) It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos! Say it ain't so, Joe![/p][/quote]If we had two Gulys would the one on the left be lower in the pecker order than the one on the right? Or would he slip into the hole behind the main striker? Sorry. george chivers
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11:51am Mon 16 Jul 12

Dickosfc says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Dickosfc wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… …….
Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :) It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos! Say it ain't so, Joe!
Don't worry mate, only one of me.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.[/p][/quote]Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… …….[/p][/quote]Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :) It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos! Say it ain't so, Joe![/p][/quote]Don't worry mate, only one of me. Dickosfc
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12:09pm Mon 16 Jul 12

sarfhamton says...

FreeNelsonMantle wrote:
I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus
We nearly made it to the end but then this idiot arrives
[quote][p][bold]FreeNelsonMantle[/bold] wrote: I have to say that last season Guly looked lost and lazy in the closing games of the season. The worst Brazilian since David Blunkett waxed his missus[/p][/quote]We nearly made it to the end but then this idiot arrives sarfhamton
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12:13pm Mon 16 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

george chivers wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Dickosfc wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Dickosfc wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.
I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.
Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s……………



…….
Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :)

It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos!

Say it ain't so, Joe!
If we had two Gulys would the one on the left be lower in the pecker order than the one on the right?

Or would he slip into the hole behind the main striker?

Sorry.
Ooooo Matron! :)
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dickosfc[/bold] wrote: Hopefully a new signing will be unveiled this week.[/p][/quote]I suspect Nigel feels slightly inadequate with only one guly and would like to have two gulys.[/p][/quote]Could you imagine the controversy of having two Gulys? Think of the divides: You’ll have ya, Pro Guly 1 and Pro Guly 2’s then there’s the Pro Guly 1 but Anti Guly 2’s but there will always be the Anti Guly 1 and Anti Guly 2’s followed by ya Anti Guly 1 but pro Guly 2’s…………… …….[/p][/quote]Nice one. Made me laugh! ...... especially coming from you .......... Dicko :) It would be one e thing to have two Gulys but pray no, two Dickos! Say it ain't so, Joe![/p][/quote]If we had two Gulys would the one on the left be lower in the pecker order than the one on the right? Or would he slip into the hole behind the main striker? Sorry.[/p][/quote]Ooooo Matron! :) Strasbourg Saint
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6:27pm Mon 16 Jul 12

Velleity says...

cmonpompey! wrote:
u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season.

we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse.

look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone.

o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya!

cmon u BLUES! PUP!
Note to self: Cancel the kids' places at Portsmouth Grammar School.
[quote][p][bold]cmonpompey![/bold] wrote: u scum bags are raising ur hopes too high ur gona stink in da preimer league maan city gana smash ya 5,6-0 maan u will be butom of da league in 24hrs of da primer league season. we will be meating ya in tha fa or league cup maan where we are gona smaash ur Arse. look at all u dum manners tinking u beat everyone. o and july do pardo is Sh*t maan cant even kicka ball, ee loks lika dom scumer like all ya! cmon u BLUES! PUP![/p][/quote]Note to self: Cancel the kids' places at Portsmouth Grammar School. Velleity
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2:39pm Tue 17 Jul 12

lowe esteem says...

Optimus Prime's Little Toe wrote:
Guly is like marmite, you either love him or hate him...
I like Guly, I like Marmite.

You've said FA in more words.

Point?
[quote][p][bold]Optimus Prime's Little Toe[/bold] wrote: Guly is like marmite, you either love him or hate him...[/p][/quote]I like Guly, I like Marmite. You've said FA in more words. Point? lowe esteem
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