Ajax mark the changing times at St Mary's

Daily Echo: Markus Liebherr Markus Liebherr

DUTCH giants Ajax will take the field against a totally different Saints tomorrow to the one they encountered just over three years ago.

Not just a different quality of team, but with a completely new outlook.

Totally new ambitions as well.

It was back on July 18, 2009 that Ajax won 4-1 at St Mary’s to lift the Ted Bates Trophy (and whatever happened to that piece of silverware?).

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez scored twice after Joseph Mills had given the hosts a surprise early lead.

But eyes were on two men who weren’t even playing.

In the stands was Markus Liebherr , watching the club he had only recently saved from oblivion.

His delight at being part of the occasion was obvious, and he was warmly received by the supporters.

Also taking his St Mary’s bow was Alan Pardew , who had been appointed in place of the sacked Mark Wotte just days earlier.

Pardew, like his new boss, waved to the crowd before kick off.

Needless to say, the result was a total irrelevance.

It was, instead, a chance for the fans to say ‘thanks’ to previously unknown Swiss billionaire Liebherr.

Also, the chance to say ‘hello’ to the manager who would be tasked with trying to bring some good times back to a club which had slipped a long way in a short time. Lest we forget, Saints were preparing to embark on their first season of third division football since 1959/60 when Ajax last visited.

Tomorrow, the reigning Dutch champions form part of Saints’ preseason friendly fixture list ahead of the club’s Premier League return. Three years ago, Saints caretaker boss Stewart Henderson was forced to field the likes of youngsters Olly Lancashire, Jake Thomson, Matt Paterson, Simon Gillett and Callum McNish.

He didn’t have too many options.

Some of Saints’ main names, such as Andrew Surman and David McGoldrick, had been sold off in the summer to help keep the club afloat.

That was how bad it was, just over three years ago, as administrator Mark Fry worked to find a saviour.

Those youngsters had, at times, seemed painfully out of their depth as Saints were relegated from the Championship .

Rupert Lowe ’s mistaken belief that youth could provide the key to a brighter future was cruelly shattered.

It is interesting to look at where those players are now.

Lancashire, McNish and Paterson are in the fourth tier, with Aldershot, Exeter and Southend respectively.

Lancashire was released in the summer by Walsall, McNish hardly played for Exeter last season when they were relegated, and Paterson was farmed out on loan to non-league club Forest Green Rovers in January.

Thomson is now at another nonleague club, Newport County, while Gillett is on trial at Portsmouth after being released by Doncaster.

In addition, Lee Molyneux – who also played against Ajax – has been without a professional club for the last year after Plymouth let him go, while veterans Chris Perry and Graeme Murty have since retired.

Only Kelvin Davis , Adam Lallana and Morgan Schneiderlin remain from the side that lost 4-1 to Ajax.

Back on July 18, 2009 not many Saints fans would have known too much about Rickie Lambert or Dean Hammond.

They were not to know that Pardew had earmarked players from Bristol Rovers and Colchester as men who could help restore the good times to St Mary’s.

They were certainly not to know that in under three years the club would be preparing to play the elite again. This time, Ajax will face a Saints side containing a striker who cost a club record fee of about £7m. Three years ago Saints were almost liquidated after going into administration after they breached their Barclays Bank overdraft limit.

The club had so little money for a while that former chairman Leon Crouch had to dip into his pocket to help pay the wages, to help keep the club going.

Since then, the turnaround has been amazing.

So much so that the side to face Ajax tomorrow could include Rodriguez, Nathaniel Clyne, Billy Sharp, Jos Hooiveld, Jose Fonte , Danny Fox and Lambert – seven £1m-plus signings since Liebherr’s takeover.

Throw in Davis and Schneiderlin – two seven-figure signings already at the club pre-Liebherr – and tomorrow could see the most expensive side in Saints’ history fielded.

All a far cry from the era of Thomson, Lancashire, Paterson and Gillett.

Of course, the two men at the centre of the attention three years ago will not be at St Mary’s tomorrow.

Liebherr, sadly, will never see his dream of Saints back in the Premier League, and his death almost two years ago is still keenly felt by many supporters.

Pardew, meanwhile, will be trying to beat Saints next season with Newcastle.

When the two clubs meet, he will hopefully get a good reception.

Alan Pardew sowed the seeds of Saints’ revival, and that should never be forgotten.

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12:34am Fri 27 Jul 12

abbiscuits says...

remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor.
Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic.
remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor. Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic. abbiscuits

12:36am Fri 27 Jul 12

abbiscuits says...

abbiscuits wrote:
remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor. Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic.
oops, not tomorrow, sitting in this hot bath has melted my brain....be there Sat.
[quote][p][bold]abbiscuits[/bold] wrote: remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor. Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic.[/p][/quote]oops, not tomorrow, sitting in this hot bath has melted my brain....be there Sat. abbiscuits

1:40am Fri 27 Jul 12

WECOMING4U says...

And I wonder what that shower down the road were doing?
Makes you think, somethings you can never imagine changing but in time they do massively.
Saints to wipe the floor with Ajax!
And I wonder what that shower down the road were doing? Makes you think, somethings you can never imagine changing but in time they do massively. Saints to wipe the floor with Ajax! WECOMING4U

2:13am Fri 27 Jul 12

hedge end bob says...

abbiscuits wrote:
abbiscuits wrote:
remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor. Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic.
oops, not tomorrow, sitting in this hot bath has melted my brain....be there Sat.
Tomorrow is SAT, get out of that bath quick.
I shall be there supporting the team that was saved by a man who has since departed our world. Just wish we could have the pleasure of seeing that big beaming smile. My eternal thanks MARKUS , i hope the boy's put on a good show for you against Ajax.
C O Y REDS (with a very very small white stripe).
[quote][p][bold]abbiscuits[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]abbiscuits[/bold] wrote: remember the game well, in fact Bart was in goal and played well, but our defence was poor. Suarez was quality, however, we had a team saved by ML and he was a happy, excited man and we could support our team and I thought we'd get back to premier (not so soon & with AP). I'm there tomorrow and really excited about how we perform against an Ajax side who put 4 past Celtic.[/p][/quote]oops, not tomorrow, sitting in this hot bath has melted my brain....be there Sat.[/p][/quote]Tomorrow is SAT, get out of that bath quick. I shall be there supporting the team that was saved by a man who has since departed our world. Just wish we could have the pleasure of seeing that big beaming smile. My eternal thanks MARKUS , i hope the boy's put on a good show for you against Ajax. C O Y REDS (with a very very small white stripe). hedge end bob

6:46am Fri 27 Jul 12

Corkonian Saint says...

Our club has been transformed over the past three years. This is thanks to one man, Markus Liebherr, and we are forever in hits debt.
It'd be great to get a result against Ajax as they're a quality side. Reckon we're gonna have a decent season, bring it on!
Our club has been transformed over the past three years. This is thanks to one man, Markus Liebherr, and we are forever in hits debt. It'd be great to get a result against Ajax as they're a quality side. Reckon we're gonna have a decent season, bring it on! Corkonian Saint

6:52am Fri 27 Jul 12

batesieboy says...

We should, with a little Vim and vigour, be able to clean the floor with this lot in a Flash.
We should, with a little Vim and vigour, be able to clean the floor with this lot in a Flash. batesieboy

8:01am Fri 27 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

The transformation both ends of the M27 is amazing. Funny how our different fortunes ebb and flow opposite to each other. But not as funny as watching that lot.

Birch says he has to sell everything but he hasn't said how much a fan is. Obviously they're fairly useless but rarity might add some value. I could use a House Skunt to organise my collection of Saints memorabilia.
The transformation both ends of the M27 is amazing. Funny how our different fortunes ebb and flow opposite to each other. But not as funny as watching that lot. Birch says he has to sell everything but he hasn't said how much a fan is. Obviously they're fairly useless but rarity might add some value. I could use a House Skunt to organise my collection of Saints memorabilia. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

8:06am Fri 27 Jul 12

SaintMax says...

Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!!
Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!! SaintMax

8:19am Fri 27 Jul 12

saintforever says...

i too want to add my thanks to the late but great markus - forever a saint to all the fans.
never believed when he took over that the progress to the premier would be so fast(but i am not complaining) - i am sure many fans will think of markus every game home and away , wishing he was there in person to see his dream come true.
a fantastic season ahead - bring it on .
ps august 10th is fast approaching but trevor birch still has another few £75k to collect before then
i too want to add my thanks to the late but great markus - forever a saint to all the fans. never believed when he took over that the progress to the premier would be so fast(but i am not complaining) - i am sure many fans will think of markus every game home and away , wishing he was there in person to see his dream come true. a fantastic season ahead - bring it on . ps august 10th is fast approaching but trevor birch still has another few £75k to collect before then saintforever

8:48am Fri 27 Jul 12

Ashley Charles Pragnell says...

Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million.
Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million. Ashley Charles Pragnell

8:54am Fri 27 Jul 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
The transformation both ends of the M27 is amazing. Funny how our different fortunes ebb and flow opposite to each other. But not as funny as watching that lot.

Birch says he has to sell everything but he hasn't said how much a fan is. Obviously they're fairly useless but rarity might add some value. I could use a House Skunt to organise my collection of Saints memorabilia.
Nice idea in theory, but I wouldn't want a skunt's rancid hands anywhere near my house, let alone any Saints memorabilia!

Let them rot in the eternal hell-hole that is Poopee.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: The transformation both ends of the M27 is amazing. Funny how our different fortunes ebb and flow opposite to each other. But not as funny as watching that lot. Birch says he has to sell everything but he hasn't said how much a fan is. Obviously they're fairly useless but rarity might add some value. I could use a House Skunt to organise my collection of Saints memorabilia.[/p][/quote]Nice idea in theory, but I wouldn't want a skunt's rancid hands anywhere near my house, let alone any Saints memorabilia! Let them rot in the eternal hell-hole that is Poopee. Rob The Saint NOT in NZ

9:20am Fri 27 Jul 12

insane saint says...

thinking of going the same as 3 years ago i am filled with fear and confidence that the saints will do badly but will do good at the same time. the life of a saints fan will never be easy all ups and downs. with great thanks Markus you will always be in saints fans thoughts. RIP
thinking of going the same as 3 years ago i am filled with fear and confidence that the saints will do badly but will do good at the same time. the life of a saints fan will never be easy all ups and downs. with great thanks Markus you will always be in saints fans thoughts. RIP insane saint

9:34am Fri 27 Jul 12

bigfella777 says...

I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all. bigfella777

9:53am Fri 27 Jul 12

Bungy53 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
So come on then, don't tell us what you wouldn't say, tell us what you would say--and impress us with your wisdom.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]So come on then, don't tell us what you wouldn't say, tell us what you would say--and impress us with your wisdom. Bungy53

9:57am Fri 27 Jul 12

Licky_Rambert says...

i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?"
i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?" Licky_Rambert

10:00am Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other. puppy saint

10:25am Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

SaintMax wrote:
Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!!
Let's not forget Nicola. It might have been Markus's money, but it was Snr Cortese who has put in three years of hard work and perfectionism in getting us where we are.
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!![/p][/quote]Let's not forget Nicola. It might have been Markus's money, but it was Snr Cortese who has put in three years of hard work and perfectionism in getting us where we are. St Retford

10:31am Fri 27 Jul 12

Confucious says...

Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit! Confucious

10:31am Fri 27 Jul 12

circa 66 saint says...

Licky_Rambert wrote:
i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?"
the future
20 years from now john and his 10 year old son phil have just left st mary's stadium, having seen for the first time the newly built additions to the stadium.they were part of the 75,000 fans to witness the mighty saints win the first home game of the prem against newly promoted bournemouth (saints winning 3.1).
as they climb aboard the solent shuttle which runs from portsmouth to southampton and back, to their north end home in pompey young phil turns to his dad and say's "dad can we go to mac "d's" to celebrate, you know the one at fratton where you used to watch football years ago"
[quote][p][bold]Licky_Rambert[/bold] wrote: i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?"[/p][/quote]the future 20 years from now john and his 10 year old son phil have just left st mary's stadium, having seen for the first time the newly built additions to the stadium.they were part of the 75,000 fans to witness the mighty saints win the first home game of the prem against newly promoted bournemouth (saints winning 3.1). as they climb aboard the solent shuttle which runs from portsmouth to southampton and back, to their north end home in pompey young phil turns to his dad and say's "dad can we go to mac "d's" to celebrate, you know the one at fratton where you used to watch football years ago" circa 66 saint

10:43am Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

Confucious wrote:
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.)

I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit![/p][/quote]I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.) I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it? St Retford

10:52am Fri 27 Jul 12

miltonarcher says...

Thanks Marcus, we will never forget what you, your family and NC have done for this great club.

I will be dissapointed to see Saints run out onto the pitch not in our famous stripes but a replica Liverpool kit. Still, onwards and upwards and COYR !!!
Thanks Marcus, we will never forget what you, your family and NC have done for this great club. I will be dissapointed to see Saints run out onto the pitch not in our famous stripes but a replica Liverpool kit. Still, onwards and upwards and COYR !!! miltonarcher

10:59am Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.)

I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?
The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit![/p][/quote]I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.) I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?[/p][/quote]The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up? puppy saint

11:00am Fri 27 Jul 12

Brian1 says...

A great article .. it does indeed remind us of how fortunes eb and flow. I was in the Saints shop a couple of days after Markus bought the club, and cashier was still thanking his lucky stars.

We were so close to what Poopey are feeling now. So I dont wish that on my worst enemny..let alone our greatest rival. And besides theres no guarantee that after a few years keeping up with the Mancinis, Wengers, Fergies we dont over extend ourselves again. (Not that Nicola in charge we should, but you never know. Its easy to get carried away.)

Anyway I'm not worrying about that or Poopey right now, I just cant stop siling ..Saints are back in the Big League (where we belong)
A great article .. it does indeed remind us of how fortunes eb and flow. I was in the Saints shop a couple of days after Markus bought the club, and cashier was still thanking his lucky stars. We were so close to what Poopey are feeling now. So I dont wish that on my worst enemny..let alone our greatest rival. And besides theres no guarantee that after a few years keeping up with the Mancinis, Wengers, Fergies we dont over extend ourselves again. (Not that Nicola in charge we should, but you never know. Its easy to get carried away.) Anyway I'm not worrying about that or Poopey right now, I just cant stop siling ..Saints are back in the Big League (where we belong) Brian1

11:12am Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

miltonarcher wrote:
Thanks Marcus, we will never forget what you, your family and NC have done for this great club.

I will be dissapointed to see Saints run out onto the pitch not in our famous stripes but a replica Liverpool kit. Still, onwards and upwards and COYR !!!
I like the kit, but I do wonder what we'll wear when we play Stoke or Sunderland. Both home and away kits will clash. Have we got a third kit that's, like, yellow or something?
[quote][p][bold]miltonarcher[/bold] wrote: Thanks Marcus, we will never forget what you, your family and NC have done for this great club. I will be dissapointed to see Saints run out onto the pitch not in our famous stripes but a replica Liverpool kit. Still, onwards and upwards and COYR !!![/p][/quote]I like the kit, but I do wonder what we'll wear when we play Stoke or Sunderland. Both home and away kits will clash. Have we got a third kit that's, like, yellow or something? St Retford

11:13am Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.)

I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?
The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up?
It looks like the sort of doodle a psychopath would make before they go on a shooting spree. It's terrible!
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit![/p][/quote]I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.) I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?[/p][/quote]The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up?[/p][/quote]It looks like the sort of doodle a psychopath would make before they go on a shooting spree. It's terrible! St Retford

11:16am Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
There’s nowt so queer as folk ..... especially in Brighton
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]There’s nowt so queer as folk ..... especially in Brighton Mush On The Beach

11:18am Fri 27 Jul 12

Confucious says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.)

I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?
The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up?
You two seem to be in the know. Any truth in the rumour that the opening ceremony includes a sequence where Britain is invaded from the sea by a shoal of slimy skates but they are all slain by the fantasically iconic Saint Gorgeous who appears in a red and white striped tunic?

Also I see Gary Glitter is now joint favourite at the bookies to light the iconic flame along with Harry Redknob's fantastically iconic dog.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit![/p][/quote]I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.) I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?[/p][/quote]The Orbit. £15 to go up in a lift and you have to walk down, apparently. They really missed a trick, imho. It looks like a water slide so why not go the whole way and flume it up?[/p][/quote]You two seem to be in the know. Any truth in the rumour that the opening ceremony includes a sequence where Britain is invaded from the sea by a shoal of slimy skates but they are all slain by the fantasically iconic Saint Gorgeous who appears in a red and white striped tunic? Also I see Gary Glitter is now joint favourite at the bookies to light the iconic flame along with Harry Redknob's fantastically iconic dog. Confucious

11:30am Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'. St Retford

11:34am Fri 27 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

11:35am Fri 27 Jul 12

saintdave1976 says...

SaintMax wrote:
Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!!
Well said mate!
[quote][p][bold]SaintMax[/bold] wrote: Not often has the word 'saviour' been more applicable to what the great Markus Liebherr did for our club. We managed to achieve what u set out to when you acquired us. Now to kick on and fulfill our potential. Screem if u wanna go faster!![/p][/quote]Well said mate! saintdave1976

11:39am Fri 27 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Brian1 wrote:
A great article .. it does indeed remind us of how fortunes eb and flow. I was in the Saints shop a couple of days after Markus bought the club, and cashier was still thanking his lucky stars.

We were so close to what Poopey are feeling now. So I dont wish that on my worst enemny..let alone our greatest rival. And besides theres no guarantee that after a few years keeping up with the Mancinis, Wengers, Fergies we dont over extend ourselves again. (Not that Nicola in charge we should, but you never know. Its easy to get carried away.)

Anyway I'm not worrying about that or Poopey right now, I just cant stop siling ..Saints are back in the Big League (where we belong)
Que?
[quote][p][bold]Brian1[/bold] wrote: A great article .. it does indeed remind us of how fortunes eb and flow. I was in the Saints shop a couple of days after Markus bought the club, and cashier was still thanking his lucky stars. We were so close to what Poopey are feeling now. So I dont wish that on my worst enemny..let alone our greatest rival. And besides theres no guarantee that after a few years keeping up with the Mancinis, Wengers, Fergies we dont over extend ourselves again. (Not that Nicola in charge we should, but you never know. Its easy to get carried away.) Anyway I'm not worrying about that or Poopey right now, I just cant stop siling ..Saints are back in the Big League (where we belong)[/p][/quote]Que? Seedhouse the Unrepentant

11:55am Fri 27 Jul 12

slugger says...

lest we forget .
lest we forget . slugger

11:56am Fri 27 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Sounds pants! Now, if they'd found Jim Morrison (my money's on Mexico) and got a re-formed Doors to do Light My Fire, that would have been a coup!

As for that Orbit thing, isn't it supposed to be one of Confucious's fantastic icons?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Sounds pants! Now, if they'd found Jim Morrison (my money's on Mexico) and got a re-formed Doors to do Light My Fire, that would have been a coup! As for that Orbit thing, isn't it supposed to be one of Confucious's fantastic icons? Strasbourg Saint

12:02pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though. puppy saint

12:16pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too? puppy saint

12:22pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too?[/p][/quote]I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it. St Retford

12:23pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
If I may be permitted to dialogue with STH sfor just one moment, I think Puppy does have a point.

However, Seedhouse, in case his elevated status these days doesn't permit him to use such language, maybe me, a mere overseas onlooker could say it for him:

BF777, take your damp sock to your attic and moisten it yet further.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]If I may be permitted to dialogue with STH sfor just one moment, I think Puppy does have a point. However, Seedhouse, in case his elevated status these days doesn't permit him to use such language, maybe me, a mere overseas onlooker could say it for him: BF777, take your damp sock to your attic and moisten it yet further. Strasbourg Saint

12:24pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Confucious says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest. Confucious

12:42pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.
They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too?[/p][/quote]I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.[/p][/quote]They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud. puppy saint

12:45pm Fri 27 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.
Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.[/p][/quote]Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important, OSPREYSAINT

12:49pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Confucious says...

Red Alert!

First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm.
Red Alert! First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm. Confucious

12:52pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.
Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,
I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.[/p][/quote]Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,[/p][/quote]I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too. puppy saint

12:53pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Confucious says...

Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia. Confucious

12:58pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

puppy saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.
Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,
I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too.
Adopt a Skunt Puppy it will give you focus, Poopey Phylis is still up for grabs. I snagged the bell ringing gimp for a sack of carrots and feel a better human being for the experience already
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.[/p][/quote]Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,[/p][/quote]I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too.[/p][/quote]Adopt a Skunt Puppy it will give you focus, Poopey Phylis is still up for grabs. I snagged the bell ringing gimp for a sack of carrots and feel a better human being for the experience already Mush On The Beach

1:04pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
lest we forget .
Poets day is it.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lest we forget .[/p][/quote]Poets day is it. mack chinnon

1:08pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Condor Man says...

The key to our recent success post Liebherr take over was the signing on Rickie Lambert. He has been crucial to our rise back up the divisions. £1m well spent.
The key to our recent success post Liebherr take over was the signing on Rickie Lambert. He has been crucial to our rise back up the divisions. £1m well spent. Condor Man

1:10pm Fri 27 Jul 12

worried of n e hampshire says...

Licky_Rambert wrote:
i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?"
brilliant!! i laughed out loud and eveyone in the office looked round and said in unison, wot you reading??
[quote][p][bold]Licky_Rambert[/bold] wrote: i cant wait for 20years time, as im walking my son home from his very first game (a champions league group stage match) at st marys, having told him all about the amazing last two seasons and how wonderful our saviour, markus is/was... he looks up at me and asks "dad? what was a skate?"[/p][/quote]brilliant!! i laughed out loud and eveyone in the office looked round and said in unison, wot you reading?? worried of n e hampshire

1:12pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Confucious wrote:
Red Alert!

First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm.
I do hope we get some spectacular bouncing and there's always the outside chance of a tasteful glimpse of vag.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Red Alert! First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm.[/p][/quote]I do hope we get some spectacular bouncing and there's always the outside chance of a tasteful glimpse of vag. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

1:13pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
lest we forget .
Poets day is it.
Alas poor Skunt! I knew him well
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: lest we forget .[/p][/quote]Poets day is it.[/p][/quote]Alas poor Skunt! I knew him well Mush On The Beach

1:15pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.
Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,
I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too.
Adopt a Skunt Puppy it will give you focus, Poopey Phylis is still up for grabs. I snagged the bell ringing gimp for a sack of carrots and feel a better human being for the experience already
I'm hanging on a couple of weeks. There might be a few bargains to grab once "plucky" P%mpey are liquidised. Just pop down to Fraggle Rock on any Saturday afternoon and bag one of the remaining Few milling around the Aldi Flagship store at Fratton. No carrots required.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]But don't forget, on this fantastically iconic day, that on one fateful occasion, out of a hundred thousand sperm, he was the fastest.[/p][/quote]Parents wanted an abortion, was 14 at the time! Only joking, it would be a boring world if we didn't have a variety of human beings, it takes all kinds to make the World go around and we do have plenty of different kinds on here. Tolerance is important,[/p][/quote]I don't mind a WUM with a bit about them but this one is sub play group at best and makes Fatty X look Stephen Hawking and he's a massive, jibbering **** too.[/p][/quote]Adopt a Skunt Puppy it will give you focus, Poopey Phylis is still up for grabs. I snagged the bell ringing gimp for a sack of carrots and feel a better human being for the experience already[/p][/quote]I'm hanging on a couple of weeks. There might be a few bargains to grab once "plucky" P%mpey are liquidised. Just pop down to Fraggle Rock on any Saturday afternoon and bag one of the remaining Few milling around the Aldi Flagship store at Fratton. No carrots required. puppy saint

1:20pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.
They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.
Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too?[/p][/quote]I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.[/p][/quote]They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.[/p][/quote]Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her. St Retford

1:28pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.
They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.
Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her.
Utter filth! I bet she was the Girl that liked to say yes. Voice like a harpooned Minke whale though.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too?[/p][/quote]I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.[/p][/quote]They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.[/p][/quote]Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her.[/p][/quote]Utter filth! I bet she was the Girl that liked to say yes. Voice like a harpooned Minke whale though. puppy saint

1:31pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

1:35pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.
Will Howard and Jason be there too?
I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.
They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.
Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her.
Utter filth! I bet she was the Girl that liked to say yes. Voice like a harpooned Minke whale though.
Haha - innit. If only they could autotune her when she's speaking she would be perfect.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Close - it's not Gary Glitter but Gary Barlow. You can't do anything in this country without that charmless, tax-dodging shitbag getting his grubby hands on it. It might work though as he's going to get Lulu on board and do a version of Relight My Fire. With Mylene Klass on piano, 'obv'.[/p][/quote]Will Howard and Jason be there too?[/p][/quote]I hope so. Jason's my favourite. I do admire popstars with absolutely no musical talent whatsoever. As a footballer you do tend to get 'found out' quite quickly if you can't kick a ball, but popstars can get away with being rubbish at their chosen field of expertise. There's something more democratic about it.[/p][/quote]They should form a Super Non Group with Baby Spice and Kimberly from Girls Aloud.[/p][/quote]Oh Kimberly - how I've missed her.[/p][/quote]Utter filth! I bet she was the Girl that liked to say yes. Voice like a harpooned Minke whale though.[/p][/quote]Haha - innit. If only they could autotune her when she's speaking she would be perfect. St Retford

1:42pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Red Alert!

First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm.
I do hope we get some spectacular bouncing and there's always the outside chance of a tasteful glimpse of vag.
My lads have tickets to the beach volleyball on Saturday morning. I gave big little Strassie a camera in high expectation.

Turns out they'll be watching the fantastically un-iconic preliminary Men's.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Red Alert! First televised fantastically iconic women's beach volleyball match next Tuesday 2.00pm.[/p][/quote]I do hope we get some spectacular bouncing and there's always the outside chance of a tasteful glimpse of vag.[/p][/quote]My lads have tickets to the beach volleyball on Saturday morning. I gave big little Strassie a camera in high expectation. Turns out they'll be watching the fantastically un-iconic preliminary Men's. Strasbourg Saint

1:44pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

On a footballing note, is anyone secretly hoping we're not 'too' good tomorrow? I mean, if we demolish them 5-0 (not that that'll happen, obviously, but go with me...) then Man City and Man United are going to start doing some serious homework on us. I'd quite like us to maintain an element of surprise for those first few weeks in the Prem.
On a footballing note, is anyone secretly hoping we're not 'too' good tomorrow? I mean, if we demolish them 5-0 (not that that'll happen, obviously, but go with me...) then Man City and Man United are going to start doing some serious homework on us. I'd quite like us to maintain an element of surprise for those first few weeks in the Prem. St Retford

1:54pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!! Mush On The Beach

1:58pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
It would be an honour; were I but worthy.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]It would be an honour; were I but worthy. Strasbourg Saint

2:08pm Fri 27 Jul 12

puppy saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!!
He's a massive tool but quite likeable at the same time. Think Tim Brooke Taylor in "The Goodies" but with a touch of the George Best's about him.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!![/p][/quote]He's a massive tool but quite likeable at the same time. Think Tim Brooke Taylor in "The Goodies" but with a touch of the George Best's about him. puppy saint

2:19pm Fri 27 Jul 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million.
Right side! That's what we like to hear. Here's hoping Adkins has had the same thought
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million.[/p][/quote]Right side! That's what we like to hear. Here's hoping Adkins has had the same thought ShakeyWiffles

2:19pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!!
If anyone knows sign language for 'lardy arrse t**t', when he does that 'acknowledge the lowlife' thing with his cap one day, on behalf of all the other overseas prolls, I'll gesture rudely in his general direction from an agreeable distance.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]Puppy, can you tell Seedhouse I think he is a lardy arrse t**t. He would have been on the terraces standing on a milk crate like the rest of us when I was a kid, except he was a 19 year old short arrse at the time. I hope his padded woopy cushion gets a puncture at an inconvenient moment!![/p][/quote]If anyone knows sign language for 'lardy arrse t**t', when he does that 'acknowledge the lowlife' thing with his cap one day, on behalf of all the other overseas prolls, I'll gesture rudely in his general direction from an agreeable distance. Strasbourg Saint

2:21pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mattboy111 says...

Just seen that compensation has been agreed for Clyne, another part of jigsaw closed...
Just seen that compensation has been agreed for Clyne, another part of jigsaw closed... mattboy111

2:22pm Fri 27 Jul 12

saints fan #1 says...

http://www.soccerfam
e.fr/transfer/10949/
jeremainlens

change the translation into English
oh believe me its true (hopefully)
tell u wat the clues in the link

enjoy!
http://www.soccerfam e.fr/transfer/10949/ jeremainlens change the translation into English oh believe me its true (hopefully) tell u wat the clues in the link enjoy! saints fan #1

2:26pm Fri 27 Jul 12

saints fan #1 says...

wow watch this video and watch the stunning goal he scores blimey!
he`s brilliant!
must watch all!!!!

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=82IwfAU3t
qM&feature=player_em
bedded
wow watch this video and watch the stunning goal he scores blimey! he`s brilliant! must watch all!!!! http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=82IwfAU3t qM&feature=player_em bedded saints fan #1

2:34pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mattboy111 says...

saints fan #1 wrote:
wow watch this video and watch the stunning goal he scores blimey! he`s brilliant! must watch all!!!! http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=82IwfAU3t qM&feature=playe
r_em bedded
I havent opened the link but is it any more than the article that was there over a week ago...?
[quote][p][bold]saints fan #1[/bold] wrote: wow watch this video and watch the stunning goal he scores blimey! he`s brilliant! must watch all!!!! http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=82IwfAU3t qM&feature=playe r_em bedded[/p][/quote]I havent opened the link but is it any more than the article that was there over a week ago...? mattboy111

2:35pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

saints fan #1 wrote:
http://www.soccerfam

e.fr/transfer/10949/

jeremainlens

change the translation into English
oh believe me its true (hopefully)
tell u wat the clues in the link

enjoy!
LITERALLY AMAZING.
[quote][p][bold]saints fan #1[/bold] wrote: http://www.soccerfam e.fr/transfer/10949/ jeremainlens change the translation into English oh believe me its true (hopefully) tell u wat the clues in the link enjoy![/p][/quote]LITERALLY AMAZING. St Retford

2:36pm Fri 27 Jul 12

seventh-junction says...

ShakeyWiffles wrote:
Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million.
Right side! That's what we like to hear. Here's hoping Adkins has had the same thought
Kayal....I think he's an Israeli international
[quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: Changing the subject reguarding players coming in. Yesterday I was at Hampden Park in Glasgow to see a woeful Spain player a very good Japan team. I noted that Japan has an excellent Centre half called Maya Yoshida. I think he would be addition to our squad. He has quick feet and pace he reminds me of Mark Wright. Also there is a rumour up here in Scotland, that Saints are favourites to sign Khaille from Celtic. He plays right side midfield. He is a creative winger and he would possibly only cost us 3 million.[/p][/quote]Right side! That's what we like to hear. Here's hoping Adkins has had the same thought[/p][/quote]Kayal....I think he's an Israeli international seventh-junction

2:39pm Fri 27 Jul 12

lowe esteem says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one?
On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one? On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls. lowe esteem

2:40pm Fri 27 Jul 12

lowe esteem says...

lowe esteem wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one?
On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls.
Note:
That's moved from the wings to the centre stand WITHOUT moving seats.
[quote][p][bold]lowe esteem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one? On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls.[/p][/quote]Note: That's moved from the wings to the centre stand WITHOUT moving seats. lowe esteem

2:43pm Fri 27 Jul 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

St Retford wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground.

I can't say I was much interested at all
but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind.

In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player.

I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic.

Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out.

Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself.

Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit!
I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.)

I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?
Scrap iron!
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Prem soccer news will take second place today to the BBC's Olympic coverage where everything this morning is being described every few minutes as 'fantastic' and 'iconic' - including the 'fantastic' archery already under way at the 'iconic' Lords ground. I can't say I was much interested at all but now I've been told that it's all fantastic and iconic I've changed my mind. In fact I think it's a shame that we don't have events involving fantastic icons such as jumping over and throwing fantastic icons and running after fantastic icons propelled on an electric track. We could also have boat shaped fantastic icons to row and sail and events involving hopping, skipping and jumping over triple fantastic icons - not to mention relays involving handing over a fantastic small icon to the next runner. I think the committee should also have marketed a fantastically iconic life-sized blow-up Australian female beach volleyball player. I'm so excited about the whole fantastically iconic event now that the BBC have told me it really is fantastically iconic. Good old BBC. But for them telling me how massively sad and moving everything was at Princess Diana's funeral I wouldn't have had that massively big and fantastically iconic moment crying my eyes out. Of course my mind may have just been manipulated today by the fantastically iconic BBC coverage, but if it has, it's certainly manipulation on a fantastically iconic scale and that's fantastically iconic in itself. Off for a fantastically iconic 'Opening Day coffee and digestive biscuit![/p][/quote]I'm well up for the Olympics - especially the ceremony tonight. It's going to celebrate the NHS and striking miners and could well spark a worldwide uprising by the proletariat against the insidious advance of corporate power that has all but destroyed the rights established in Magna Carta. (But not Coca-Cola or McDonalds corporate power, obv - they're fine.) I do still think that big red swirly thing by the Olympic stadium looks bobbins, though. What even is it?[/p][/quote]Scrap iron! SFCOLDBOY

3:08pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

lowe esteem wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one?
On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls.
Once we start winning in the new shirt you - and everyone - will bloody love it.
[quote][p][bold]lowe esteem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]If I might make so bold: Where does a STH who has paid more to move from the wings to the central stand stand or sit on this one? On a separate more contentious thread, my straw poll suggests that most fans seem to be divided into "pro" the new kit (which is nearly ALL RED) because they always buy a new one or are always ready to embrace change (for changes sake?) without question -a modern and irrational development or "agin"- it's just not Saints, it ain't really red and white and it doesn't relate to anything in the past thus far. The latter is a majority view too, as I'm sure most fellow fans (STH or otherwise) will agree from their own straw polls.[/p][/quote]Once we start winning in the new shirt you - and everyone - will bloody love it. St Retford

4:02pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Ajax tomorrow, that should whet the pre-season whistle and juices. I’m hoping for a good all round display from the Boys, it’s all about bonding and gelling at this time of the year. I’m hoping for a win obviously, but Nigel has the chance in these games to experiment so relax and enjoy no matter what.

As long it’s not worse than 0-4 then our resident Celtic Numpty on here Ach I The Noodle will not dare to raise his head above the parapet and disagree with the fact that we are now a bigger team than the Hoop Bhoys. Enjoy. (I know you are reading Sweaty)
Ajax tomorrow, that should whet the pre-season whistle and juices. I’m hoping for a good all round display from the Boys, it’s all about bonding and gelling at this time of the year. I’m hoping for a win obviously, but Nigel has the chance in these games to experiment so relax and enjoy no matter what. As long it’s not worse than 0-4 then our resident Celtic Numpty on here Ach I The Noodle will not dare to raise his head above the parapet and disagree with the fact that we are now a bigger team than the Hoop Bhoys. Enjoy. (I know you are reading Sweaty) Mush On The Beach

4:04pm Fri 27 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Burkas all round then?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.[/p][/quote]Burkas all round then? OSPREYSAINT

4:21pm Fri 27 Jul 12

tugboat says...

Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded. tugboat

4:23pm Fri 27 Jul 12

truelysaints says...

Let’s not forget our academy which is now has category one status producing some of the best youngsters in the land. We should all be proud how the club has progressed over the last two years. I feel great things lay ahead. Great idea to have an under 21, under 18 and under 15 leagues CYR
Let’s not forget our academy which is now has category one status producing some of the best youngsters in the land. We should all be proud how the club has progressed over the last two years. I feel great things lay ahead. Great idea to have an under 21, under 18 and under 15 leagues CYR truelysaints

4:23pm Fri 27 Jul 12

St Retford says...

tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
[quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words. St Retford

4:40pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
That’s a given Stretford Mush, but can you help me out with a more pressing quandary. I’m watching a Jools Holland show and I can’t decide who sounds the cooler (both brilliant): David Gray and Annie Lennox vs The Decemberists.
Get to bed Mush.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]That’s a given Stretford Mush, but can you help me out with a more pressing quandary. I’m watching a Jools Holland show and I can’t decide who sounds the cooler (both brilliant): David Gray and Annie Lennox vs The Decemberists. Get to bed Mush. Mush On The Beach

4:43pm Fri 27 Jul 12

slugger says...

St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money !
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money ! slugger

5:01pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money !
I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money ![/p][/quote]I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking. mack chinnon

5:06pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money !
I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking.
For a week.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money ![/p][/quote]I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking.[/p][/quote]For a week. mack chinnon

5:10pm Fri 27 Jul 12

slugger says...

mack chinnon wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money !
I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking.
For a week.
count on it ......... i do love a good old binge drink , the government can kiss my @rse !
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money ![/p][/quote]I hope you win then you can take me out binge drinking.[/p][/quote]For a week.[/p][/quote]count on it ......... i do love a good old binge drink , the government can kiss my @rse ! slugger

5:13pm Fri 27 Jul 12

slugger says...

hey mack , perhaps we could have a bliss time ......... beatiful !
hey mack , perhaps we could have a bliss time ......... beatiful ! slugger

5:16pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Mush On The Beach says...

slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money !
Slugger, may I offer you my opinion on betting, as I do a lot of it and truthfully do quite well. Don’t lock your money in fella long term now for a whole season, regardless of the amounts. It’s dead money for far too long.
Think how to make short term gains and keep adding to it. I recommend you keep picking near favourites to win week to week and build a kitty.
Then you divide the winning kitty in half.
Half for the safe betting tips and then the half for the speckie accumulators.
If all is good, then you have the funds for the big poker games.
Welcome to Mush on the Beach World , Life is a gamble
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]got me 3 quid on us to win the prem and a tenner on rickie to get the golden boot ..... easy money ![/p][/quote]Slugger, may I offer you my opinion on betting, as I do a lot of it and truthfully do quite well. Don’t lock your money in fella long term now for a whole season, regardless of the amounts. It’s dead money for far too long. Think how to make short term gains and keep adding to it. I recommend you keep picking near favourites to win week to week and build a kitty. Then you divide the winning kitty in half. Half for the safe betting tips and then the half for the speckie accumulators. If all is good, then you have the funds for the big poker games. Welcome to Mush on the Beach World , Life is a gamble Mush On The Beach

5:23pm Fri 27 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
hey mack , perhaps we could have a bliss time ......... beatiful !
Good idea.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: hey mack , perhaps we could have a bliss time ......... beatiful ![/p][/quote]Good idea. mack chinnon

7:32pm Fri 27 Jul 12

tugboat says...

St Retford wrote:
tugboat wrote:
Category One status now achieved by saints academy.
Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all.
Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.
You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.
Your sarcasm is only surpassed by your undoubted wit and unrivalled knowledge.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: Category One status now achieved by saints academy. Incredible and a testament to all the hard work by NC and all. Can it get better than this? Premier league,vying for top footballing talent,Im going for a top ten finish,deluded? probably.But happily deluded.[/p][/quote]You underestimate us. I genuinely think our opening match is a title decider: whoever wins that game will win the league, you mark my words.[/p][/quote]Your sarcasm is only surpassed by your undoubted wit and unrivalled knowledge. tugboat

7:54pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.
Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.
He is a **** though.
Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this.

For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down.

Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.
Seed you bourgeois capitalist you! Where is your comradely spirit brother? United we stand, divided we fall. Up the workers! Up the Saints!

Marched at Tolpuddle the other day. Passed some trade unionists with a banner from Pompey. Can't remember which union, but I managed to get in a loud 'Up the Saints' as we passed within feet of each other
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]Up to your usual standard of blistering repartee, I see. Why do you bother? I hate myself for replying as no doubt this will send you up to your box room with an inappropriately employed soggy sock in one hand and your half c%cked pygmy size p£nis in the other.[/p][/quote]Puppy. Need I remind you that with STH ownership comes certain responsibilities.[/p][/quote]He is a **** though.[/p][/quote]Puppy the fact he is a **** and a ****** and probably a *************** is not in dispute. It's about the etiquette of how we STH communicate this. For example I, as a STH (padded seat section), can communicate with you as an STH (Ordinary), but not below that level. Whereas you can communicate with Non STH (frequent attendance including several away games) people. It's about one up or one down. Despite his lowly status even Strassie gets it. I hope one day our paths will cross when I shall break with tradition and nod in his direction.[/p][/quote]Seed you bourgeois capitalist you! Where is your comradely spirit brother? United we stand, divided we fall. Up the workers! Up the Saints! Marched at Tolpuddle the other day. Passed some trade unionists with a banner from Pompey. Can't remember which union, but I managed to get in a loud 'Up the Saints' as we passed within feet of each other Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child

6:26am Sat 28 Jul 12

batesieboy says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Burkas all round then?
What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.[/p][/quote]Burkas all round then?[/p][/quote]What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it? batesieboy

10:42am Sat 28 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

batesieboy wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Burkas all round then?
What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?
That's Gherkins
[quote][p][bold]batesieboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.[/p][/quote]Burkas all round then?[/p][/quote]What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?[/p][/quote]That's Gherkins OSPREYSAINT

11:17am Sat 28 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS.
Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS. OSPREYSAINT

11:29am Sat 28 Jul 12

ElliotP says...

As Harding has gone to Nottingham Forest, signing a three year deal, this definitely shows we are after another LB. Olsson would be a fantastic addition to the squad.
As Harding has gone to Nottingham Forest, signing a three year deal, this definitely shows we are after another LB. Olsson would be a fantastic addition to the squad. ElliotP

11:33am Sat 28 Jul 12

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
batesieboy wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Burkas all round then?
What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?
That's Gherkins
Lumleys you mean
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]batesieboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.[/p][/quote]Burkas all round then?[/p][/quote]What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?[/p][/quote]That's Gherkins[/p][/quote]Lumleys you mean Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child

11:54am Sat 28 Jul 12

KeepCalmWeHaveCortese says...

DanHarding has gone off to Notts Forrest here is the link..http://www.sai
ntsfc.co.uk/page/New
sDetail/0,,10280~286
3631,00.html

could that mean Buttner or another left back are about to come in ?...
DanHarding has gone off to Notts Forrest here is the link..http://www.sai ntsfc.co.uk/page/New sDetail/0,,10280~286 3631,00.html could that mean Buttner or another left back are about to come in ?... KeepCalmWeHaveCortese

12:16pm Sat 28 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
batesieboy wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.
Burkas all round then?
What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?
That's Gherkins
Lumleys you mean
Not to mention the Burpas
[quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]batesieboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Sh!te. It's Iran v Saudi Arabia.[/p][/quote]Burkas all round then?[/p][/quote]What have Nepalese soldiers got to do with it?[/p][/quote]That's Gherkins[/p][/quote]Lumleys you mean[/p][/quote]Not to mention the Burpas OSPREYSAINT

12:44pm Sat 28 Jul 12

mack chinnon says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS.
I liked Dan Harding. Not in a man love kind of way though.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS.[/p][/quote]I liked Dan Harding. Not in a man love kind of way though. mack chinnon

1:24pm Sat 28 Jul 12

dadofmy3sons says...

mack chinnon wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS.
I liked Dan Harding. Not in a man love kind of way though.
performed quite adequately when required and didn't do a lot wrong.
Not the qualification for a premier league player.
Probably get sold again next year when he helps Forest win promotion.

thanks Dan.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Dan Harding has gone to Notts Forest for an undisclosed fee according to the Forest OS.[/p][/quote]I liked Dan Harding. Not in a man love kind of way though.[/p][/quote]performed quite adequately when required and didn't do a lot wrong. Not the qualification for a premier league player. Probably get sold again next year when he helps Forest win promotion. thanks Dan. dadofmy3sons

1:30pm Sat 28 Jul 12

dadofmy3sons says...

bigfella777 wrote:
I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.
only 3 players still playing at a decent level, and they are with us.
Youth players and a bit of experience in Kelvin, blueprint for the future set down a long time ago!
So all new signings now have to be better than what is already here or in our youth production line.. and if they can bring good experience with them, even better.
the club hasn't changed but all teams do within a week let alone 3 years.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: I wouldnt say the team is that different at all.[/p][/quote]only 3 players still playing at a decent level, and they are with us. Youth players and a bit of experience in Kelvin, blueprint for the future set down a long time ago! So all new signings now have to be better than what is already here or in our youth production line.. and if they can bring good experience with them, even better. the club hasn't changed but all teams do within a week let alone 3 years. dadofmy3sons

4:28pm Sat 28 Jul 12

bigfella777 says...

Saints need to get a proper manager quickly.
Saints need to get a proper manager quickly. bigfella777

8:09pm Sat 28 Jul 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Saints need to get a proper manager quickly.
I suppose having a spare one is a good idea.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Saints need to get a proper manager quickly.[/p][/quote]I suppose having a spare one is a good idea. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

8:52pm Sat 28 Jul 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

bigfella777 wrote:
Saints need to get a proper manager quickly.
For the catering you mean?
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: Saints need to get a proper manager quickly.[/p][/quote]For the catering you mean? OSPREYSAINT

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