Mystery over Southampton FC 'loan' from Vibrac Corporation

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

Saints fans are calling for transparency over a mystery financial document that has been lodged by the club at Companies House.

The document, on public view, is headed ‘particulars of a mortgage or charge’ and appears to suggest that the football club have agreed a substantial loan with a company from the tax haven of the British Virgin Islands called Vibrac Corporation.

Vibrac have been involved in football before, loaning Everton £14m last year.

In effect the Everton loan was an advance on future income, and secured against either cash generated from another campaign in the Premier League or, in a worst case scenario, the bumper parachute payments offered in the event of relegation.

The Saints documents also mention parachute payments and amounts earned if in the Premier League for 2013/14.

There is no detail of any amounts borrowed in the document, nor any mention of repayments or fees.

Saints, under the leadership of executive chairman Nicola Cortese, have been able to proudly boast of their lack of debt since the takeover by the late Markus Liebherr and, though this may just prove to be nothing out of the ordinary, it has nevertheless got fans worried.

A spokesman for the Southampton Independent Supporters Association said: “We would very much like to see some transparency on this issue.

“Hopefully this is not anything significant but the fans would certainly like it to be explained as we have been told we are debt free.

“It would be the sort of question that would be raised at a fan’s forum but we have not had one for several years, even with the likes of Portsmouth and Bournemouth holding them despite everything that has been going on at those clubs.”

Although the document was made public in the week that work stopped at the training ground due to a “specific aspect” of the development and programme sellers were laid off, it is not believed that the matters are linked.

Football finance experts who assessed the document for the Daily Echo confirmed that it may just be a loan facility, or effectively an advance of some of next season’s cash to allow significant squad strengthening in January.

Saints spent more than £25m this summer in preparation for their return to the Premier League.

The club did not respond to the Daily Echo’s request for a comment.

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9:52am Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

"Large business moves money around internationally, shock, horror."

Can't wait to see what the Negative Twins make of this.
"Large business moves money around internationally, shock, horror." Can't wait to see what the Negative Twins make of this. Velleity
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9:53am Sat 6 Oct 12

SaintsBTGOG says...

How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?
How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ? SaintsBTGOG
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10:03am Sat 6 Oct 12

arthur dalyrimple says...

all very shady , cayman islands says it all !!!
all very shady , cayman islands says it all !!! arthur dalyrimple
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10:13am Sat 6 Oct 12

Block41row0sfc says...

Do you ever learn daily echo. Stop trying to be a massive international media Corp. Remeber you are a medioka local paper. Stick to the lost collum 'wig found in Southampton highstreet'
Do you ever learn daily echo. Stop trying to be a massive international media Corp. Remeber you are a medioka local paper. Stick to the lost collum 'wig found in Southampton highstreet' Block41row0sfc
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10:21am Sat 6 Oct 12

warrens 76 says...

SaintsBTGOG wrote:
How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?
Well "we can't sail this ship alone"

ah.. The beautiful South, well our bit anyway.
[quote][p][bold]SaintsBTGOG[/bold] wrote: How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?[/p][/quote]Well "we can't sail this ship alone" ah.. The beautiful South, well our bit anyway. warrens 76
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10:25am Sat 6 Oct 12

WECOMING4U says...

Just get 3 points on Sunday! Cortese comes from a very good banking background..does he not?
Surely a club who gets rid of prgramme sellers and charges fans to park cannot be hard up?
Just get 3 points on Sunday! Cortese comes from a very good banking background..does he not? Surely a club who gets rid of prgramme sellers and charges fans to park cannot be hard up? WECOMING4U
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10:27am Sat 6 Oct 12

mustard says...

so, the story is we have a facilty in place to borrow from a company specialising in loans to football clubs against guaranteed future income ?
I'd have been surprised if we didn't !
so, the story is we have a facilty in place to borrow from a company specialising in loans to football clubs against guaranteed future income ? I'd have been surprised if we didn't ! mustard
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10:30am Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

It was suggested that this was done to facilitate the Ramirez transfer when the negotiations threatened to break down, with the deadline looming it needed measures taken to ensure that the whole thing di not fall apart.
It was suggested that this was done to facilitate the Ramirez transfer when the negotiations threatened to break down, with the deadline looming it needed measures taken to ensure that the whole thing di not fall apart. OSPREYSAINT
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10:31am Sat 6 Oct 12

Confucious says...

What a brilliant scoop.

At last the fact that the club is raising cash to buy players ahead of income receipts guaranteed from the Prem League (in order to stay in the Prem League) is exposed. And shock horror the club is refusing to say why it is borrowing, how much and what interest rates it is paying. Is normal commercial confidentiality a cover for murky matters here? Surely the club should be borrowing from the nearest Nationwide Building Society Branch and making their paying in/taking out book fully available for public view?

But hey it gets worse. Two dogs have gone missing in Eastleigh - are these being minced into the burger meat at St Marys?

And worse still, I have asked the club if the new shirts are being manufactured using 600 enslaved children in a Congolese factory which has disguised as a biscuit museum. Worryingly, they have refused to comment.

Perhaps it's best that we don't know. I'm convinced that Albert Einstein was killed because "he knew far too much."
What a brilliant scoop. At last the fact that the club is raising cash to buy players ahead of income receipts guaranteed from the Prem League (in order to stay in the Prem League) is exposed. And shock horror the club is refusing to say why it is borrowing, how much and what interest rates it is paying. Is normal commercial confidentiality a cover for murky matters here? Surely the club should be borrowing from the nearest Nationwide Building Society Branch and making their paying in/taking out book fully available for public view? But hey it gets worse. Two dogs have gone missing in Eastleigh - are these being minced into the burger meat at St Marys? And worse still, I have asked the club if the new shirts are being manufactured using 600 enslaved children in a Congolese factory which has disguised as a biscuit museum. Worryingly, they have refused to comment. Perhaps it's best that we don't know. I'm convinced that Albert Einstein was killed because "he knew far too much." Confucious
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10:34am Sat 6 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Anyone else think that The Echo & Saints must have had another falling out? Two negative stories in succession just before a home game?

Come on Saints, get the three points on Sunday & then we can concentrate on talking about football rather than the sideshows!
Anyone else think that The Echo & Saints must have had another falling out? Two negative stories in succession just before a home game? Come on Saints, get the three points on Sunday & then we can concentrate on talking about football rather than the sideshows! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:36am Sat 6 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

I blame Guly & Fox anyway.
I blame Guly & Fox anyway. Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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10:38am Sat 6 Oct 12

Puddletown Saint says...

And charges £2.50 per ticket admin fee on a telephone booking.

I am some what worried that NC is running our beloved club to much like a buisness and totally forgetting the fans (customer)

And I still do not get the away fans in the Northam - watch the goals on TV and only ever see them or a great big blanket.

Come on management hink of us the fans
And charges £2.50 per ticket admin fee on a telephone booking. I am some what worried that NC is running our beloved club to much like a buisness and totally forgetting the fans (customer) And I still do not get the away fans in the Northam - watch the goals on TV and only ever see them or a great big blanket. Come on management hink of us the fans Puddletown Saint
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10:42am Sat 6 Oct 12

Matt Le God says...

So what - easy to explain and makes sense...

We have a guaranteed income of over £70m plus to come this year (and double that in the premiership next year), the amount of ready cash available to the club going into the premiership is minimal dueto keeping the books balanced and possibly some slight overspending during last season.

So we borrow £30 million and pay it back, plus interest at the end of the season..... what is the concern?

No different to you or me taking out a loan to buy a car because we havent got the readies up front.

3 points tomorrow, Rickie, Gaston and Adam to score. COYR's
So what - easy to explain and makes sense... We have a guaranteed income of over £70m plus to come this year (and double that in the premiership next year), the amount of ready cash available to the club going into the premiership is minimal dueto keeping the books balanced and possibly some slight overspending during last season. So we borrow £30 million and pay it back, plus interest at the end of the season..... what is the concern? No different to you or me taking out a loan to buy a car because we havent got the readies up front. 3 points tomorrow, Rickie, Gaston and Adam to score. COYR's Matt Le God
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10:54am Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
I blame Guly & Fox anyway.
dont forget big kelv! he must be behind this.

wheres theboorer this morning then? he must have a view on this. i suspect that he may blame NC/NA and say that this would never of happened under ted bates or big mac, of course both NA and NC are out of their depth and we need someone in to assist them, someone perhaps with prem experience!

there you go theboorer i said it for you so you dont need to post it over and over again.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: I blame Guly & Fox anyway.[/p][/quote]dont forget big kelv! he must be behind this. wheres theboorer this morning then? he must have a view on this. i suspect that he may blame NC/NA and say that this would never of happened under ted bates or big mac, of course both NA and NC are out of their depth and we need someone in to assist them, someone perhaps with prem experience! there you go theboorer i said it for you so you dont need to post it over and over again. saintshorse101
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10:55am Sat 6 Oct 12

tugboat says...

A "nothing" story,normal practice for lots of clubs,it looks like the "lets take a swipe at cortese" season has started.
Poor show echo.
A "nothing" story,normal practice for lots of clubs,it looks like the "lets take a swipe at cortese" season has started. Poor show echo. tugboat
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10:59am Sat 6 Oct 12

Confucious says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
I blame Guly & Fox anyway.
Good point Inspector Rob The Saint NOT in NZ.

But they must have someone on the outside working with them - likely a disgruntled LB or CB who was deliberately not signed by Nicola, either because he forgot about it or because he just felt like annoying the fans.

I've been on the lookout for any sh!t stirring posters on here registering as "CB NOT In the Squad" or "LB NOT in the squad". If any posts appear from "LB and CB NOT in the Squad" then Fox and Guly have a wider outside network operating.

I would also appeal to everyone to keep an eye out this Sunday for any former programme sellers with false stick-on beards and noses. I've told the club there is a plot afoot involving a large beer barrel which is actually full of gunpowder. Worryingly, as usual the club have refused to comment - so there must be something in it.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: I blame Guly & Fox anyway.[/p][/quote]Good point Inspector Rob The Saint NOT in NZ. But they must have someone on the outside working with them - likely a disgruntled LB or CB who was deliberately not signed by Nicola, either because he forgot about it or because he just felt like annoying the fans. I've been on the lookout for any sh!t stirring posters on here registering as "CB NOT In the Squad" or "LB NOT in the squad". If any posts appear from "LB and CB NOT in the Squad" then Fox and Guly have a wider outside network operating. I would also appeal to everyone to keep an eye out this Sunday for any former programme sellers with false stick-on beards and noses. I've told the club there is a plot afoot involving a large beer barrel which is actually full of gunpowder. Worryingly, as usual the club have refused to comment - so there must be something in it. Confucious
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11:00am Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Puddletown Saint wrote:
And charges £2.50 per ticket admin fee on a telephone booking.

I am some what worried that NC is running our beloved club to much like a buisness and totally forgetting the fans (customer)

And I still do not get the away fans in the Northam - watch the goals on TV and only ever see them or a great big blanket.

Come on management hink of us the fans
Pardon?
[quote][p][bold]Puddletown Saint[/bold] wrote: And charges £2.50 per ticket admin fee on a telephone booking. I am some what worried that NC is running our beloved club to much like a buisness and totally forgetting the fans (customer) And I still do not get the away fans in the Northam - watch the goals on TV and only ever see them or a great big blanket. Come on management hink of us the fans[/p][/quote]Pardon? OSPREYSAINT
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11:21am Sat 6 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Good morning Saintshorse 101!
Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time.
With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit.
However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.)
Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?.
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!! TEBOURBA
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11:21am Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Echo....check out the financial dealings of every other football club in the UK , they all borrow money against future earnings.
The only difference here is that we do have potential future earnings because our ground has been nearly full for all games so far and promises to be the same in the near future.
Most money lending companies have their based overseas because of tax liabilities.
Nicola Cortese has a background in banking, this is known to all his detractors because it is the stick they beat him with, good experience in this instance.
Check the location of programme sellers this week, they are mostly in the same place as before, just different people. Brings the question as to what the previous sellers did to irk the club?
4 - 1 again this week as we always have 5 goals in our games.
My opinions count because I am a STH, you read it here now.
Echo....check out the financial dealings of every other football club in the UK , they all borrow money against future earnings. The only difference here is that we do have potential future earnings because our ground has been nearly full for all games so far and promises to be the same in the near future. Most money lending companies have their based overseas because of tax liabilities. Nicola Cortese has a background in banking, this is known to all his detractors because it is the stick they beat him with, good experience in this instance. Check the location of programme sellers this week, they are mostly in the same place as before, just different people. Brings the question as to what the previous sellers did to irk the club? 4 - 1 again this week as we always have 5 goals in our games. My opinions count because I am a STH, you read it here now. dadofmy3sons
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11:24am Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Yippee the borer is here.
All is saved and we are safe from any and all.
wHAt a tW4T !
Yippee the borer is here. All is saved and we are safe from any and all. wHAt a tW4T ! dadofmy3sons
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11:35am Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

All the following have Premier League experience and are available to help.
Roy Keane
Steve Kean
Alan Curbishley
Glen Hoddle
Graem Souness
Ray Wilkins
Just one problem.....they were all sacked at least once and never won much or performed to expectations while in their respective clubs AS MANAGER.
Ferguson
Wenger
Moyes
Mancini
None of these had PL experience in their first season as managers in this league, they all have done quite well without someone looking over their shoulder. I suggest that if they did have they would have told their respective clubs to take a hike and been applauded for having the b4alls to have done so !
Nigel has experience of managing, he will soon have experience of PL after a few more games and will still keep to his principles.
Ask Hollogram about the PL, he wants to get back there and still plays attacking football at Bpool.
You read it here eventually.
All the following have Premier League experience and are available to help. Roy Keane Steve Kean Alan Curbishley Glen Hoddle Graem Souness Ray Wilkins Just one problem.....they were all sacked at least once and never won much or performed to expectations while in their respective clubs AS MANAGER. Ferguson Wenger Moyes Mancini None of these had PL experience in their first season as managers in this league, they all have done quite well without someone looking over their shoulder. I suggest that if they did have they would have told their respective clubs to take a hike and been applauded for having the b4alls to have done so ! Nigel has experience of managing, he will soon have experience of PL after a few more games and will still keep to his principles. Ask Hollogram about the PL, he wants to get back there and still plays attacking football at Bpool. You read it here eventually. dadofmy3sons
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11:38am Sat 6 Oct 12

JohnItaly says...

warrens 76 wrote:
SaintsBTGOG wrote:
How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?
Well "we can't sail this ship alone"

ah.. The beautiful South, well our bit anyway.
What ever "floats your boat".
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintsBTGOG[/bold] wrote: How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?[/p][/quote]Well "we can't sail this ship alone" ah.. The beautiful South, well our bit anyway.[/p][/quote]What ever "floats your boat". JohnItaly
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11:41am Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Good morning Saintshorse 101!
Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time.
With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit.
However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.)
Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?.
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your mind is so complex no one could ever read it. With your years of financial experience why are you not helping to get Poopey out of the mire, or were you partly responsible for dropping them into it?
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Your mind is so complex no one could ever read it. With your years of financial experience why are you not helping to get Poopey out of the mire, or were you partly responsible for dropping them into it? OSPREYSAINT
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11:44am Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
Anyone else think that The Echo & Saints must have had another falling out? Two negative stories in succession just before a home game?

Come on Saints, get the three points on Sunday & then we can concentrate on talking about football rather than the sideshows!
It is just puzzling what takes them so long to catch up with a thread that was thouroughly discussed on not606.com at least three days ago.
[quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: Anyone else think that The Echo & Saints must have had another falling out? Two negative stories in succession just before a home game? Come on Saints, get the three points on Sunday & then we can concentrate on talking about football rather than the sideshows![/p][/quote]It is just puzzling what takes them so long to catch up with a thread that was thouroughly discussed on not606.com at least three days ago. OSPREYSAINT
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11:44am Sat 6 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Good morning Saintshorse 101!
Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time.
With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit.
However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.)
Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?.
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Come on the Dons.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Come on the Dons. mack chinnon
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11:46am Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
so after "years of experience in high finance" and after being told many many times last night you still dont get it do you! no one has been `sacked`. the programme sellers were volunteers, paid volunteers yes but still volunteers and as volunteers can not be sacked. yes they were not treated correctly by only giving them 3 days notice that they are not needed, and for that the club as a whole are wrong. i do doubt however that NC had anything to do with this other than to rubber stamp it! you called NC "the weasel" which i think just about sums up your attitude towards him. also with your years of high finance could you tell me how saving 6p per programme sold and a few tickets will fund a pl coach? ive done some sums and just cant get them to balance out, are you nick leeson?
oh and saints have a PL coach hes called Nigel adkins!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]so after "years of experience in high finance" and after being told many many times last night you still dont get it do you! no one has been `sacked`. the programme sellers were volunteers, paid volunteers yes but still volunteers and as volunteers can not be sacked. yes they were not treated correctly by only giving them 3 days notice that they are not needed, and for that the club as a whole are wrong. i do doubt however that NC had anything to do with this other than to rubber stamp it! you called NC "the weasel" which i think just about sums up your attitude towards him. also with your years of high finance could you tell me how saving 6p per programme sold and a few tickets will fund a pl coach? ive done some sums and just cant get them to balance out, are you nick leeson? oh and saints have a PL coach hes called Nigel adkins! saintshorse101
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11:49am Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
Rob The Saint NOT in NZ wrote:
I blame Guly & Fox anyway.
Good point Inspector Rob The Saint NOT in NZ.

But they must have someone on the outside working with them - likely a disgruntled LB or CB who was deliberately not signed by Nicola, either because he forgot about it or because he just felt like annoying the fans.

I've been on the lookout for any sh!t stirring posters on here registering as "CB NOT In the Squad" or "LB NOT in the squad". If any posts appear from "LB and CB NOT in the Squad" then Fox and Guly have a wider outside network operating.

I would also appeal to everyone to keep an eye out this Sunday for any former programme sellers with false stick-on beards and noses. I've told the club there is a plot afoot involving a large beer barrel which is actually full of gunpowder. Worryingly, as usual the club have refused to comment - so there must be something in it.
If they leave the Fawkes up until we play Albion away, it won't be noticed, I bet that there will be fireworks that night.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob The Saint NOT in NZ[/bold] wrote: I blame Guly & Fox anyway.[/p][/quote]Good point Inspector Rob The Saint NOT in NZ. But they must have someone on the outside working with them - likely a disgruntled LB or CB who was deliberately not signed by Nicola, either because he forgot about it or because he just felt like annoying the fans. I've been on the lookout for any sh!t stirring posters on here registering as "CB NOT In the Squad" or "LB NOT in the squad". If any posts appear from "LB and CB NOT in the Squad" then Fox and Guly have a wider outside network operating. I would also appeal to everyone to keep an eye out this Sunday for any former programme sellers with false stick-on beards and noses. I've told the club there is a plot afoot involving a large beer barrel which is actually full of gunpowder. Worryingly, as usual the club have refused to comment - so there must be something in it.[/p][/quote]If they leave the Fawkes up until we play Albion away, it won't be noticed, I bet that there will be fireworks that night. OSPREYSAINT
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11:50am Sat 6 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

mack chinnon wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Good morning Saintshorse 101!
Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time.
With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit.
However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.)
Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?.
RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Come on the Dons.
P.S.
It should say" remember you were bored to death here first"
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Good morning Saintshorse 101! Your post was interesting as always but I'm not sure that you have read my mind correcty this time. With my years of experience in high finance, in the square mile, I know that businesses of any kind normally have a loan facility which may be set against future earnings/ profit. However in all my years in the City I've never come across a business negotiating multi million pound loans who sack the *tea lady to help pay pay for it.( *In the case of Football Companies Ltd. read the programme sellers.) Can it be that the borer as been right all along and that the weasel is going to use some of the money to pay for a PL coach to help Nigel, plus strengthening the defence?. RYRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Come on the Dons.[/p][/quote]P.S. It should say" remember you were bored to death here first" mack chinnon
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11:54am Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

If Liverpool Wigan + Villa were to lose when we win this weekend, we could move as high as 14th.
Higher than Jewell ever reached with Derby while he was in the Premier League as a manager.
If Saints were to "sack" some people who had already bought season tickets they could sell them again, and then do it again, and then do it again, and then....do you get the idea? we could then afford to hire somebody to read all of the borers posts and so advise Nigel what he should do as a new PL manager.
you probably didn't bother to read it here first
If Liverpool Wigan + Villa were to lose when we win this weekend, we could move as high as 14th. Higher than Jewell ever reached with Derby while he was in the Premier League as a manager. If Saints were to "sack" some people who had already bought season tickets they could sell them again, and then do it again, and then do it again, and then....do you get the idea? we could then afford to hire somebody to read all of the borers posts and so advise Nigel what he should do as a new PL manager. you probably didn't bother to read it here first dadofmy3sons
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12:10pm Sat 6 Oct 12

MGRA says...

And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-) MGRA
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12:12pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

As usual Confucious has hit the nail on the head, seen the wood for the trees, sorted out the wheat from the chaff, dotted his "i"s, crossed his "t"s, got everything shipshape& Bristol fashion & has been a beacon of light to help us sail through stormy waters.

By the way, has NC replied to any of your missives yet? That must be 637 emails without reply by now?
As usual Confucious has hit the nail on the head, seen the wood for the trees, sorted out the wheat from the chaff, dotted his "i"s, crossed his "t"s, got everything shipshape& Bristol fashion & has been a beacon of light to help us sail through stormy waters. By the way, has NC replied to any of your missives yet? That must be 637 emails without reply by now? Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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12:21pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
if sky went bust all prem teams would be in deep doo doo , especially man u .
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]if sky went bust all prem teams would be in deep doo doo , especially man u . slugger
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12:23pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Landdo says...

Saints fans calling for transparency are they Echo.... I don't see much evidence of that on here, it's a question of trust, I think most like myself probably feel trust has to be earnt, and that NC has indeed earnt some!

C.O.Y.R 3 points on saturday please!
Saints fans calling for transparency are they Echo.... I don't see much evidence of that on here, it's a question of trust, I think most like myself probably feel trust has to be earnt, and that NC has indeed earnt some! C.O.Y.R 3 points on saturday please! Landdo
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12:25pm Sat 6 Oct 12

ottostrasser says...

Blimey Echo a bit slow on this non story ! No one had time to browse the message boards yesterday ?
Business borrows money shock !
Blimey Echo a bit slow on this non story ! No one had time to browse the message boards yesterday ? Business borrows money shock ! ottostrasser
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12:30pm Sat 6 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo!
Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo! TEBOURBA
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12:31pm Sat 6 Oct 12

MGRA says...

slugger wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
if sky went bust all prem teams would be in deep doo doo , especially man u .
Actually , to be absolutely accurate , most loans like that taken out recently would be counter-insured against that loss of future income ( hence why these loans tend to be extremely expensive )..... Looking at in a purely business way, such loans can be actually a very clever way to borrow. They usually have phazed payment windows and options through-out the term of the loan etc etc that are bespoke to football...... I don't see this a "negative" news story. It would only be negative if the liability in 13/14 was close to or exceeding projected revenue.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]if sky went bust all prem teams would be in deep doo doo , especially man u .[/p][/quote]Actually , to be absolutely accurate , most loans like that taken out recently would be counter-insured against that loss of future income ( hence why these loans tend to be extremely expensive )..... Looking at in a purely business way, such loans can be actually a very clever way to borrow. They usually have phazed payment windows and options through-out the term of the loan etc etc that are bespoke to football...... I don't see this a "negative" news story. It would only be negative if the liability in 13/14 was close to or exceeding projected revenue. MGRA
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12:34pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo!
are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance?
no you wont because you are just a skate wum!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo![/p][/quote]are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance? no you wont because you are just a skate wum! saintshorse101
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12:45pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo!
are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance?
no you wont because you are just a skate wum!
I think "the square mile" he/she/it referred to earlier as having working in was nothing more than Old Portsmouth, & that was probably as a person of ill-repute.

Mind you, that doesn't narrow it down much as most residents of Poopee are of ill-repute.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo![/p][/quote]are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance? no you wont because you are just a skate wum![/p][/quote]I think "the square mile" he/she/it referred to earlier as having working in was nothing more than Old Portsmouth, & that was probably as a person of ill-repute. Mind you, that doesn't narrow it down much as most residents of Poopee are of ill-repute. Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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12:48pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy". Velleity
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12:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

saints u18's are 2-0 up against man u u18's .
saints u18's are 2-0 up against man u u18's . slugger
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12:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now??
Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc.
NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him.
Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel!
And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form.
I call it blind faith.
Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith. TEBOURBA
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12:56pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now??
Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc.
NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him.
Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel!
And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form.
I call it blind faith.
That last bit sounds like your opinion of yourself!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.[/p][/quote]That last bit sounds like your opinion of yourself! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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1:01pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

It is not blind faith.
I understand that any person can make mistakes and might learn from them.
Not something that theborer would understand because as a high flying expert on everything under the sun , he has never made a mistake.
You misread it here first.
It is not blind faith. I understand that any person can make mistakes and might learn from them. Not something that theborer would understand because as a high flying expert on everything under the sun , he has never made a mistake. You misread it here first. dadofmy3sons
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1:05pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

You bit!!!!!
Hollogram has Pl experience.
Not all PL experience is good!
Nigel has admitted that the defensive inefficiencies need to be addressed.
He bought 3 players to attempt that and failed in one other that we know of.
I am sure that when you + he chat and you give him the vast experience you can draw on from your immense financial successes, he might just intimate that you are a tw4t.
You probably didn't notice it here first!
You bit!!!!! Hollogram has Pl experience. Not all PL experience is good! Nigel has admitted that the defensive inefficiencies need to be addressed. He bought 3 players to attempt that and failed in one other that we know of. I am sure that when you + he chat and you give him the vast experience you can draw on from your immense financial successes, he might just intimate that you are a tw4t. You probably didn't notice it here first! dadofmy3sons
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1:10pm Sat 6 Oct 12

MGRA says...

Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".[/p][/quote]on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions. MGRA
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1:12pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.
still no answers yet then booooorer!
i think you will find that people do criticise NC when its needed, like with the programme sellers and how it was handled! what saints fans dont do is call NC a weasel! you though are NO saints fan are you! NA has a full backroom staff and i am sure though if he ever did need advice you would be the last person on the list because you are unable to ever answer any questions put to you!
answer the questions come on it wont hurt you!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.[/p][/quote]still no answers yet then booooorer! i think you will find that people do criticise NC when its needed, like with the programme sellers and how it was handled! what saints fans dont do is call NC a weasel! you though are NO saints fan are you! NA has a full backroom staff and i am sure though if he ever did need advice you would be the last person on the list because you are unable to ever answer any questions put to you! answer the questions come on it wont hurt you! saintshorse101
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1:27pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

The most successful manager in the modern era of football was not a success in his first two years in the PL. He finished 11th in both of those seasons and his club were embroiled in quite a few financial shenanigans even then.
If the borer had been about to offer his advice in those days he would almost certainly have told MUFC to ditch the sweaty sock and get in a manger with top level experience.
You all know how this story ends so I will not bore you with any more details of how I single handledly tracked down this info to give you mere minions the benefit of my vast intellect.
You read it here but it was written better elsewhere
The most successful manager in the modern era of football was not a success in his first two years in the PL. He finished 11th in both of those seasons and his club were embroiled in quite a few financial shenanigans even then. If the borer had been about to offer his advice in those days he would almost certainly have told MUFC to ditch the sweaty sock and get in a manger with top level experience. You all know how this story ends so I will not bore you with any more details of how I single handledly tracked down this info to give you mere minions the benefit of my vast intellect. You read it here but it was written better elsewhere dadofmy3sons
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1:43pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Glenn Hoddle
Total April 1991 July 2006
Game W D L % win
532 209 156 167 39.29
Last managerial post Wolverhampton Wanderers, sacked due to their record of being the lowest scorers in the Championship two years running and not even making the play-offs.
I happen to think that any advice he would impart would probably be contrary to all the beliefs of all Saints supporters who like to see exciting games.
When Saints were looking for a replacement manager for Dave Jones, Rupert was going to bring Glenda back and fans protested against this, his record for us was not brilliant and he was off like a shot when Spurs asked.
Of course there are other candidates for this over the shoulder appointment and I would be more than happy to rip apart anyone else you care to mention for this post, you tw4t.
You glanced at it here first.
Glenn Hoddle Total April 1991 July 2006 Game W D L % win 532 209 156 167 39.29 Last managerial post Wolverhampton Wanderers, sacked due to their record of being the lowest scorers in the Championship two years running and not even making the play-offs. I happen to think that any advice he would impart would probably be contrary to all the beliefs of all Saints supporters who like to see exciting games. When Saints were looking for a replacement manager for Dave Jones, Rupert was going to bring Glenda back and fans protested against this, his record for us was not brilliant and he was off like a shot when Spurs asked. Of course there are other candidates for this over the shoulder appointment and I would be more than happy to rip apart anyone else you care to mention for this post, you tw4t. You glanced at it here first. dadofmy3sons
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1:47pm Sat 6 Oct 12

randre says...

I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA. randre
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1:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Southampton 2 (Seager 2) Manchester United 1 (Under 18's today)
Southampton 2 (Seager 2) Manchester United 1 (Under 18's today) OSPREYSAINT
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1:56pm Sat 6 Oct 12

randre says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now??
Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc.
NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him.
Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel!
And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form.
I call it blind faith.
He may not be perfect, but hey other than you, who is? However he has done a great job.

I think the fact you call him a weasel shows you have a real axe to grind with him and that you are quite a sad, shallow, jealous individual who is very bitter that you never got the toys you wanted at Christmas and so you blame Nicola Cortese.... You read it here first, possibly, or last, but you read it here.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.[/p][/quote]He may not be perfect, but hey other than you, who is? However he has done a great job. I think the fact you call him a weasel shows you have a real axe to grind with him and that you are quite a sad, shallow, jealous individual who is very bitter that you never got the toys you wanted at Christmas and so you blame Nicola Cortese.... You read it here first, possibly, or last, but you read it here. randre
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2:08pm Sat 6 Oct 12

pompey in spain says...

hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin
g.... in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.
hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g....[thats about the most infantile subject to stimulate conversation onhere i can think of!!] in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late. pompey in spain
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2:12pm Sat 6 Oct 12

hedge end bob says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo!
are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance?
no you wont because you are just a skate wum!
He used to have a pitch on Kingsland Square Market, hence the Company was called K S M & SONS. Company fleet consited of 1 handcart, 1handtruck and 1handshandy..... He's a W@nker with vast experience.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Don't think the ex-programme sellers would agree with you Landdo![/p][/quote]are you ever going to answer questions put to you? qualifications? years of experience in high finance? no you wont because you are just a skate wum![/p][/quote]He used to have a pitch on Kingsland Square Market, hence the Company was called K S M & SONS. Company fleet consited of 1 handcart, 1handtruck and 1handshandy..... He's a W@nker with vast experience. hedge end bob
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2:13pm Sat 6 Oct 12

PTID1898 says...

Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID PTID1898
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2:15pm Sat 6 Oct 12

hedge end bob says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
It is not blind faith.
I understand that any person can make mistakes and might learn from them.
Not something that theborer would understand because as a high flying expert on everything under the sun , he has never made a mistake.
You misread it here first.
Can not agree with you there. EVERYBODY makes mistakes....HIS FATHER DID!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: It is not blind faith. I understand that any person can make mistakes and might learn from them. Not something that theborer would understand because as a high flying expert on everything under the sun , he has never made a mistake. You misread it here first.[/p][/quote]Can not agree with you there. EVERYBODY makes mistakes....HIS FATHER DID!!!!!!! hedge end bob
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2:19pm Sat 6 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.
still no answers yet then booooorer!
i think you will find that people do criticise NC when its needed, like with the programme sellers and how it was handled! what saints fans dont do is call NC a weasel! you though are NO saints fan are you! NA has a full backroom staff and i am sure though if he ever did need advice you would be the last person on the list because you are unable to ever answer any questions put to you!
answer the questions come on it wont hurt you!
I have heard that Mr Cortese is a right ba$tard.
I dont have a problem with that.
He is doing fine in my opinion.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway never changed his style, Blackpool shipped far more goals than they scored, remind me, where are Blackpool now?? Lengendary LMcM got his coaching help a different way by signing experienced pros with a few years left in their legs, like Ball, Keegan, Shilton, Nicholl, Watson ---etc.etc. NA needs someone he can lean on for support, he is big enough to realise that getting some help doesn't reflect badly on him. Another thought, the weasel may be looking for a loan just in case he has to sack Nigel! And one last one, is it St Nicola?because a lot of people on here consider he is infallible, perfect and should not be criticised in any way, shape or form. I call it blind faith.[/p][/quote]still no answers yet then booooorer! i think you will find that people do criticise NC when its needed, like with the programme sellers and how it was handled! what saints fans dont do is call NC a weasel! you though are NO saints fan are you! NA has a full backroom staff and i am sure though if he ever did need advice you would be the last person on the list because you are unable to ever answer any questions put to you! answer the questions come on it wont hurt you![/p][/quote]I have heard that Mr Cortese is a right ba$tard. I dont have a problem with that. He is doing fine in my opinion. mack chinnon
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2:22pm Sat 6 Oct 12

hedge end bob says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
EH UP the suns out but this poor bugger has mistaken it for THE FULL MOON.

FOPADYBarsteward
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]EH UP the suns out but this poor bugger has mistaken it for THE FULL MOON. FOPADYBarsteward hedge end bob
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2:25pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

pompey in spain wrote:
hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin

g.... in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.
Supporting the Skates is enough to drive anyone to drink.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g....[thats about the most infantile subject to stimulate conversation onhere i can think of!!] in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.[/p][/quote]Supporting the Skates is enough to drive anyone to drink. OSPREYSAINT
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2:29pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes?
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes? OSPREYSAINT
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2:30pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes?
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes? OSPREYSAINT
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2:30pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
why would losing tomorrow make us
"potless ".and if we did go down we still get to keep the parachut. payments to pay back any loans.
talking of potless
when is chanrai due to take over by the way.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]why would losing tomorrow make us "potless ".and if we did go down we still get to keep the parachut. payments to pay back any loans. talking of potless when is chanrai due to take over by the way. angus mc coatup
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2:31pm Sat 6 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
Come on the Dons.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]Come on the Dons. mack chinnon
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2:32pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes?
Sorry for the double post AOL and the Echo website having a wobbly moment.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]I am laughing now, but only at your particular brand of stupidity. What is the weather like in Milton Keynes?[/p][/quote]Sorry for the double post AOL and the Echo website having a wobbly moment. OSPREYSAINT
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2:34pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

pompey in spain wrote:
hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g.... in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.
alcohol is no defense for stupidity!
re-read the previous story and you will find that no one has been `sacked`! volunteers have been told they are no longer needed thats all! ffs what is dodgy about that or a club getting a lone against future income?
what might be dodgy is a club going into admin twice in 3 years, not paying a CVA, outbidding other clubs for players, whilst in admin, dumping your entire 1st team and not paying up their full contracts because you have no money, and then brining in a new team instead of paying your explayers and refusing to play the youth squad. stealing from local businesses (then asking them to pay for more players that you cant afford) and from charities twice. circumventing fa rules to bring in a player by saying he is a coach! not paying vat and paye and running up a huge tax bill then only paying a tiny % of that tax bill and so robbing from the country! think about your tax evasion and the amount owed and then think about everything thats being closed around the country, libraries, day care centres etc and how that tax could have helped to save some of them!
your `club` has been dodgy for so many years its unbelievable that its still running. times up surely, time now to close down and start again!

i love the dons always have!
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g....[thats about the most infantile subject to stimulate conversation onhere i can think of!!] in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.[/p][/quote]alcohol is no defense for stupidity! re-read the previous story and you will find that no one has been `sacked`! volunteers have been told they are no longer needed thats all! ffs what is dodgy about that or a club getting a lone against future income? what might be dodgy is a club going into admin twice in 3 years, not paying a CVA, outbidding other clubs for players, whilst in admin, dumping your entire 1st team and not paying up their full contracts because you have no money, and then brining in a new team instead of paying your explayers and refusing to play the youth squad. stealing from local businesses (then asking them to pay for more players that you cant afford) and from charities twice. circumventing fa rules to bring in a player by saying he is a coach! not paying vat and paye and running up a huge tax bill then only paying a tiny % of that tax bill and so robbing from the country! think about your tax evasion and the amount owed and then think about everything thats being closed around the country, libraries, day care centres etc and how that tax could have helped to save some of them! your `club` has been dodgy for so many years its unbelievable that its still running. times up surely, time now to close down and start again! i love the dons always have! saintshorse101
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2:34pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.
My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years.

If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".[/p][/quote]on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.[/p][/quote]My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years. If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril. Velleity
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2:36pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

I forgot to add FACT
I forgot to add FACT Velleity
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2:37pm Sat 6 Oct 12

pompey in spain says...

HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?
HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE? pompey in spain
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2:40pm Sat 6 Oct 12

pompey in spain says...

HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?
HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE? pompey in spain
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2:46pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

SaintsBTGOG wrote:
How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?
Name dropper, you just justified it with some free publicity.
[quote][p][bold]SaintsBTGOG[/bold] wrote: How exactly did we end up with Sunseeker being a sponsor ?[/p][/quote]Name dropper, you just justified it with some free publicity. OSPREYSAINT
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2:53pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

pompey in spain wrote:
HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?
Skate trying to get the Crewe game postponed because they haven't got enough players?
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?[/p][/quote]Skate trying to get the Crewe game postponed because they haven't got enough players? OSPREYSAINT
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2:58pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

pompey in spain wrote:
HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?
no im having a great day thanks, the misses has gone out and i have just watched mancity destroy sunderland 3-0 in the prem, you know the prem the league that saints are in! watching that whilst explaining to you how disgraceful your club is. i now cant wait to see the dons stuff several past the football league 11 on the FL show tomorrow, wont be staying up to stupid o`clock in the morning. then saints will beat fulham in the prem! oh yes we will beat them because "BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson" has said so and he is never wrong, 2-0 to the mighty saints!!
as i said alcohol is no defense for stupidity!

love the dons always have.
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: HAVING A BAD DAY SAINT HORSE?[/p][/quote]no im having a great day thanks, the misses has gone out and i have just watched mancity destroy sunderland 3-0 in the prem, you know the prem the league that saints are in! watching that whilst explaining to you how disgraceful your club is. i now cant wait to see the dons stuff several past the football league 11 on the FL show tomorrow, wont be staying up to stupid o`clock in the morning. then saints will beat fulham in the prem! oh yes we will beat them because "BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson" has said so and he is never wrong, 2-0 to the mighty saints!! as i said alcohol is no defense for stupidity! love the dons always have. saintshorse101
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2:59pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Doctor GP says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
pompey in spain wrote: hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g.... in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.
alcohol is no defense for stupidity! re-read the previous story and you will find that no one has been `sacked`! volunteers have been told they are no longer needed thats all! ffs what is dodgy about that or a club getting a lone against future income? what might be dodgy is a club going into admin twice in 3 years, not paying a CVA, outbidding other clubs for players, whilst in admin, dumping your entire 1st team and not paying up their full contracts because you have no money, and then brining in a new team instead of paying your explayers and refusing to play the youth squad. stealing from local businesses (then asking them to pay for more players that you cant afford) and from charities twice. circumventing fa rules to bring in a player by saying he is a coach! not paying vat and paye and running up a huge tax bill then only paying a tiny % of that tax bill and so robbing from the country! think about your tax evasion and the amount owed and then think about everything thats being closed around the country, libraries, day care centres etc and how that tax could have helped to save some of them! your `club` has been dodgy for so many years its unbelievable that its still running. times up surely, time now to close down and start again! i love the dons always have!
Well done.... I couldn't have written it better....
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g....[thats about the most infantile subject to stimulate conversation onhere i can think of!!] in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.[/p][/quote]alcohol is no defense for stupidity! re-read the previous story and you will find that no one has been `sacked`! volunteers have been told they are no longer needed thats all! ffs what is dodgy about that or a club getting a lone against future income? what might be dodgy is a club going into admin twice in 3 years, not paying a CVA, outbidding other clubs for players, whilst in admin, dumping your entire 1st team and not paying up their full contracts because you have no money, and then brining in a new team instead of paying your explayers and refusing to play the youth squad. stealing from local businesses (then asking them to pay for more players that you cant afford) and from charities twice. circumventing fa rules to bring in a player by saying he is a coach! not paying vat and paye and running up a huge tax bill then only paying a tiny % of that tax bill and so robbing from the country! think about your tax evasion and the amount owed and then think about everything thats being closed around the country, libraries, day care centres etc and how that tax could have helped to save some of them! your `club` has been dodgy for so many years its unbelievable that its still running. times up surely, time now to close down and start again! i love the dons always have![/p][/quote]Well done.... I couldn't have written it better.... Doctor GP
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3:06pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

I love the way our deluded blue few scummers come on here trying to feed off scraps and tiny morsels of hope, bless.
As Eric so succinctly put it:
When the Skunts follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea.
I love the way our deluded blue few scummers come on here trying to feed off scraps and tiny morsels of hope, bless. As Eric so succinctly put it: When the Skunts follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Mush On The Beach
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3:07pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Skate 1 up McLeod
Skate 1 up McLeod OSPREYSAINT
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3:12pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Norwich 1 up Holt. Wigan 1 Everton 1
Norwich 1 up Holt. Wigan 1 Everton 1 OSPREYSAINT
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3:12pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

just got back from the shop with a packet of straws ............ any skates like to borrow a few to clutch at ? (i don't expect them back btw)
just got back from the shop with a packet of straws ............ any skates like to borrow a few to clutch at ? (i don't expect them back btw) slugger
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3:14pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though. thomasupton
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3:14pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Chelsea equalised Torres
Chelsea equalised Torres OSPREYSAINT
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3:22pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

It gets worse Skate 2 up Gyepes
It gets worse Skate 2 up Gyepes OSPREYSAINT
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3:24pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Wigan 2 up Chelsea 2 1 up
Wigan 2 up Chelsea 2 1 up OSPREYSAINT
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3:25pm Sat 6 Oct 12

PTID1898 says...

The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down
The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down PTID1898
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3:26pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

West Brom 2 up Wigan was 2 1
West Brom 2 up Wigan was 2 1 OSPREYSAINT
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3:27pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you. Velleity
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3:31pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Chelsea 3 1
Chelsea 3 1 OSPREYSAINT
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3:31pm Sat 6 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel.
So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.
I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience.
RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel. So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous. I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience. RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!! TEBOURBA
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3:32pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

PTID1898 wrote:
The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down
Do keep up, the game starts at 1:30 tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down[/p][/quote]Do keep up, the game starts at 1:30 tomorrow. Velleity
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3:32pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Reading 1 up
Reading 1 up OSPREYSAINT
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3:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel.
So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.
I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience.
RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel. So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous. I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience. RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons. Velleity
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3:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now. thomasupton
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3:36pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Velleity wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel.
So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.
I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience.
RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons.
Hello viletity, good to see you out of your dfs armchair.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel. So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous. I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience. RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons.[/p][/quote]Hello viletity, good to see you out of your dfs armchair. thomasupton
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3:42pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

MK Dons got one back OG
MK Dons got one back OG OSPREYSAINT
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3:44pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

I think Pompey bashing is juvenile.
On a recent foreign holiday I was talking to a bunch of blokes from the north-east who claimed it was the centre of the known football universe. They commented that the south coast can not compare.
I remarked on our stadium and the Bowl, they responded that they had all been to Fratton Park and it w4s a sh!t hole !
I couldn't argue with that but countered that we support our local teams and Pompey were the same. They laughed and said that anyone who supported a club with their financial record and track record for dishonesty knew nothing about football.
Trying to point out that they were trying to buy their own club as fans and stop it going to another bunch of criminals, again they laughed. 1500 pledges in a city of that size? It just shows how fair weather they are.
This was a disappointment to me after trying to promote the region I live in.
So....with that in mind I am going to lie in future about Portsmouth and say that it isn't actually a place, but a disease.
Unless the borer can help with this problem as he seems to have expertise in everything there is to know about anything, perhaps he point out some good aspects of the sh!t hole down the road?
I think Pompey bashing is juvenile. On a recent foreign holiday I was talking to a bunch of blokes from the north-east who claimed it was the centre of the known football universe. They commented that the south coast can not compare. I remarked on our stadium and the Bowl, they responded that they had all been to Fratton Park and it w4s a sh!t hole ! I couldn't argue with that but countered that we support our local teams and Pompey were the same. They laughed and said that anyone who supported a club with their financial record and track record for dishonesty knew nothing about football. Trying to point out that they were trying to buy their own club as fans and stop it going to another bunch of criminals, again they laughed. 1500 pledges in a city of that size? It just shows how fair weather they are. This was a disappointment to me after trying to promote the region I live in. So....with that in mind I am going to lie in future about Portsmouth and say that it isn't actually a place, but a disease. Unless the borer can help with this problem as he seems to have expertise in everything there is to know about anything, perhaps he point out some good aspects of the sh!t hole down the road? dadofmy3sons
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3:45pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Reading 2 up
Reading 2 up OSPREYSAINT
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3:46pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you. angus mc coatup
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3:49pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

dadofmy3sons wrote:
I think Pompey bashing is juvenile.
On a recent foreign holiday I was talking to a bunch of blokes from the north-east who claimed it was the centre of the known football universe. They commented that the south coast can not compare.
I remarked on our stadium and the Bowl, they responded that they had all been to Fratton Park and it w4s a sh!t hole !
I couldn't argue with that but countered that we support our local teams and Pompey were the same. They laughed and said that anyone who supported a club with their financial record and track record for dishonesty knew nothing about football.
Trying to point out that they were trying to buy their own club as fans and stop it going to another bunch of criminals, again they laughed. 1500 pledges in a city of that size? It just shows how fair weather they are.
This was a disappointment to me after trying to promote the region I live in.
So....with that in mind I am going to lie in future about Portsmouth and say that it isn't actually a place, but a disease.
Unless the borer can help with this problem as he seems to have expertise in everything there is to know about anything, perhaps he point out some good aspects of the sh!t hole down the road?
when the sea level rises by 3ft it will be cleansed ......... don't you just love global warming !
[quote][p][bold]dadofmy3sons[/bold] wrote: I think Pompey bashing is juvenile. On a recent foreign holiday I was talking to a bunch of blokes from the north-east who claimed it was the centre of the known football universe. They commented that the south coast can not compare. I remarked on our stadium and the Bowl, they responded that they had all been to Fratton Park and it w4s a sh!t hole ! I couldn't argue with that but countered that we support our local teams and Pompey were the same. They laughed and said that anyone who supported a club with their financial record and track record for dishonesty knew nothing about football. Trying to point out that they were trying to buy their own club as fans and stop it going to another bunch of criminals, again they laughed. 1500 pledges in a city of that size? It just shows how fair weather they are. This was a disappointment to me after trying to promote the region I live in. So....with that in mind I am going to lie in future about Portsmouth and say that it isn't actually a place, but a disease. Unless the borer can help with this problem as he seems to have expertise in everything there is to know about anything, perhaps he point out some good aspects of the sh!t hole down the road?[/p][/quote]when the sea level rises by 3ft it will be cleansed ......... don't you just love global warming ! slugger
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3:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.
thomasupton is an anagram of southampton , he's being ironic .
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.[/p][/quote]thomasupton is an anagram of southampton , he's being ironic . slugger
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3:54pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

slugger wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.
thomasupton is an anagram of southampton , he's being ironic .
Ironic is not a description I'd give him mush.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.[/p][/quote]thomasupton is an anagram of southampton , he's being ironic .[/p][/quote]Ironic is not a description I'd give him mush. angus mc coatup
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3:54pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.
Hi angry mc cant get it up, yes there is, plus there is an upton nr bishops waltham.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]Isn't upton near poole,not a cherries fan are you.[/p][/quote]Hi angry mc cant get it up, yes there is, plus there is an upton nr bishops waltham. thomasupton
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3:56pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

I see this thead has been invaded by the blue few/two....pew!!!!!
I see this thead has been invaded by the blue few/two....pew!!!!! Baddesley Bill
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4:06pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel.
So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.
I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience.
RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
next time you refer to a dictionary see what tebourbasarighttwat means.my gut feeling says it means exactly that
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel. So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous. I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience. RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]next time you refer to a dictionary see what tebourbasarighttwat means.my gut feeling says it means exactly that angus mc coatup
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4:18pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
MK Dons got one back OG
I’m not sure which is worse:
A team that exists because it robbed a football license and started up somewhere else as a new franchise.
OR
A team that robbed everybody blind TWICE and while in administration is allowed to rob more honest clubs than them every week in a ridiculous loan deal debacle.
Shame on the Football League executive, grow a pair.

This fixture today should have never taken place, hope they both lose.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: MK Dons got one back OG[/p][/quote]I’m not sure which is worse: A team that exists because it robbed a football license and started up somewhere else as a new franchise. OR A team that robbed everybody blind TWICE and while in administration is allowed to rob more honest clubs than them every week in a ridiculous loan deal debacle. Shame on the Football League executive, grow a pair. This fixture today should have never taken place, hope they both lose. Mush On The Beach
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4:20pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now.
did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid.
why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys! saintshorse101
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4:21pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Cherries 1 down David McGoaldrought
Cherries 1 down David McGoaldrought OSPREYSAINT
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4:23pm Sat 6 Oct 12

puppy saint says...

We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.
We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up. puppy saint
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4:29pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now.
did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid.
why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive" thomasupton
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4:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

2 2 MK Dons have equalised
2 2 MK Dons have equalised OSPREYSAINT
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4:35pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
2 2 MK Dons have equalised
Come on you Dons
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: 2 2 MK Dons have equalised[/p][/quote]Come on you Dons Baddesley Bill
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4:35pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

puppy saint wrote:
We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.
Mines a pint of daiquiri. Can I bring my dog, he has an issue with parrots and skunts though. Very well trained.
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.[/p][/quote]Mines a pint of daiquiri. Can I bring my dog, he has an issue with parrots and skunts though. Very well trained. Mush On The Beach
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4:36pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Swansea 2 Reading 2
Swansea 2 Reading 2 OSPREYSAINT
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4:41pm Sat 6 Oct 12

slugger says...

out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?
out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ? slugger
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4:42pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

WBA 3 1 up
WBA 3 1 up OSPREYSAINT
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4:45pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Wigan 2 Everton 2
Wigan 2 Everton 2 OSPREYSAINT
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4:47pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Chelsea 4 1
Chelsea 4 1 OSPREYSAINT
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4:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

WBA 3 2
WBA 3 2 OSPREYSAINT
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4:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Tye-Dye pt2 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
Well, well, well, what a bitter & deluded little skunt you are and thanks for making me laugh, I bet you spend every waking hour hoping & dreaming what you spout? Please keep posting as I truly enjoy reading how pathetically jealous you are, its another thing that makes my day. Loving every second of you & your LG1 XI's agonising demise, you wake up to it every day and it never looks promising just bleak. Pay Up Peniless, Pompey T.hieves I.n D.ebt
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]Well, well, well, what a bitter & deluded little skunt you are and thanks for making me laugh, I bet you spend every waking hour hoping & dreaming what you spout? Please keep posting as I truly enjoy reading how pathetically jealous you are, its another thing that makes my day. Loving every second of you & your LG1 XI's agonising demise, you wake up to it every day and it never looks promising just bleak. Pay Up Peniless, Pompey T.hieves I.n D.ebt Tye-Dye pt2
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4:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY?

Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly?

For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
You really DO beleive it.

Seriously, can you not see even a trace of biterness in your constant seeking of any way to twist the news into an attack on Saints?

Again, if you really ARE a Saints fan (and I doubt it) then I really DO pity you. It must be a tragic existence. Not only do you carp on about the team on the pitch but you seem to hate everything it does off the pitch.

Strange support....
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]You really DO beleive it. Seriously, can you not see even a trace of biterness in your constant seeking of any way to twist the news into an attack on Saints? Again, if you really ARE a Saints fan (and I doubt it) then I really DO pity you. It must be a tragic existence. Not only do you carp on about the team on the pitch but you seem to hate everything it does off the pitch. Strange support.... Velleity
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4:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
WBA 3 2
Correction Wigan 3 2 up
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: WBA 3 2[/p][/quote]Correction Wigan 3 2 up OSPREYSAINT
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4:52pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

*believe. * bitterness Aaagh!
*believe. * bitterness Aaagh! Velleity
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4:53pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
WBA 3 2
Correction Wigan 3 2 up
Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: WBA 3 2[/p][/quote]Correction Wigan 3 2 up[/p][/quote]Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri? Mush On The Beach
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4:55pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
WBA 3 2
Correction Wigan 3 2 up
I am getting too excited Wigan 2 Everton 2 * West Brom 3 QPR 2 *Swansea 2 Reading 2 * MK Dons 2 Skate 2 fts
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: WBA 3 2[/p][/quote]Correction Wigan 3 2 up[/p][/quote]I am getting too excited Wigan 2 Everton 2 * West Brom 3 QPR 2 *Swansea 2 Reading 2 * MK Dons 2 Skate 2 fts OSPREYSAINT
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4:59pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

As it stands Reading are now on the same number of points but better goal difference so we show at 18th, a result tomorrow would be good all round.
As it stands Reading are now on the same number of points but better goal difference so we show at 18th, a result tomorrow would be good all round. OSPREYSAINT
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5:00pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

2-0 and you stuffed it up.
Don’t think the skunts will be in a rush to come on here for the rest of the weekend
2-0 and you stuffed it up. Don’t think the skunts will be in a rush to come on here for the rest of the weekend Mush On The Beach
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5:01pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

slugger wrote:
out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?
Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it.



skunt
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?[/p][/quote]Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it. skunt Baddesley Bill
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5:03pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

I will be at the game tomorrow at SMS to see the team I support, The Saints.

anything else is just idle chatter or misinformation .

borer, uphimself, montepisstup.
not really Saints supporters or even fans. just gobshiteWUMs
I will be at the game tomorrow at SMS to see the team I support, The Saints. anything else is just idle chatter or misinformation . borer, uphimself, montepisstup. not really Saints supporters or even fans. just gobshiteWUMs dadofmy3sons
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5:03pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

Strange how the only people bothered by the stories that are blown out of all proportion by the media power house that is the daily echo seem to be the blue FEW on here ,its a bit rich of them trying to slate our club off when their honest club of the bestest fans in the bestest community still owes hundreds of thousands to small local businesses in fishland
Strange how the only people bothered by the stories that are blown out of all proportion by the media power house that is the daily echo seem to be the blue FEW on here ,its a bit rich of them trying to slate our club off when their honest club of the bestest fans in the bestest community still owes hundreds of thousands to small local businesses in fishland saintand266
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5:08pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Lonestar Saint says...

Why worry? Would you rather have Rupert Lowelife managing the coffers? Or we could be really lucky and have some fat yank buy us and off load all his other debts onto us.

Have faith! onwards and upwards 3-1
Why worry? Would you rather have Rupert Lowelife managing the coffers? Or we could be really lucky and have some fat yank buy us and off load all his other debts onto us. Have faith! onwards and upwards 3-1 Lonestar Saint
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5:09pm Sat 6 Oct 12

dadofmy3sons says...

Will watch MoTD tonight because it features teams who affect my teams standings.
Poor Poopey fans will have to stay up till silly o'clock to watch their game.
I remember we had to do that as well for 7 years after 27 years of MoTD.
NICE TO BE BACK WHERE WE BELONG.
COYS ycbts !
Will watch MoTD tonight because it features teams who affect my teams standings. Poor Poopey fans will have to stay up till silly o'clock to watch their game. I remember we had to do that as well for 7 years after 27 years of MoTD. NICE TO BE BACK WHERE WE BELONG. COYS ycbts ! dadofmy3sons
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5:09pm Sat 6 Oct 12

MGRA says...

Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.
My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years.

If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.
Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive...
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".[/p][/quote]on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.[/p][/quote]My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years. If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.[/p][/quote]Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive... MGRA
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5:13pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

Looking forward to tomorrow , fingers crossed for a 4-2 win, Gaston is going to be on fire!
Looking forward to tomorrow , fingers crossed for a 4-2 win, Gaston is going to be on fire! saintand266
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5:34pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?
Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it.



skunt
Isn't that the Faucet Inn, where they have the beer on tap?
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?[/p][/quote]Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it. skunt[/p][/quote]Isn't that the Faucet Inn, where they have the beer on tap? OSPREYSAINT
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5:38pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.
My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years.

If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.
Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive...
I think that with amount of information that we do have that every thing that needs to be said has already been discussed, until we hear more data it would be best to put it to bed, uninformed speculation is unhelpful, and if we ignor the trolls by not replying to their taunts they hopefully will give it up too.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".[/p][/quote]on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.[/p][/quote]My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years. If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.[/p][/quote]Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive...[/p][/quote]I think that with amount of information that we do have that every thing that needs to be said has already been discussed, until we hear more data it would be best to put it to bed, uninformed speculation is unhelpful, and if we ignor the trolls by not replying to their taunts they hopefully will give it up too. OSPREYSAINT
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5:41pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
WBA 3 2
Correction Wigan 3 2 up
Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri?
I could be if I knew what it was!
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: WBA 3 2[/p][/quote]Correction Wigan 3 2 up[/p][/quote]Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri?[/p][/quote]I could be if I knew what it was! OSPREYSAINT
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5:42pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Velleity says...

MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
Velleity wrote:
MGRA wrote:
And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)
The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".
on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.
My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years.

If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.
Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive...
My business only has one source of revenue. I borrow against it. I must be barmy.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: And so Saints take the first step back to perilous accounting. Say what you like, defend who you like, criticise who you like,,,, but the stone cold fact is that we are reverting back to borrowing against future income.... If it works then its extremely positive, if it does not then it can be the road to ruin. Its gambling. Or to put it in some sort of context, if next summer if Sky went bust, SFC would be crippled, so we are depending on 3rd parties again for solvency. Of course Sky is unlikely to go bust next summer.... ;-)[/p][/quote]The only perilous accounting going o nin this bit of "news" is the commenters who are adding two and two and coming up with an answer of "conspiracy".[/p][/quote]on the contrary, there is no conspiracy but there is borrowing against future income which by its very nature is perilous accounting. That a fact. This does mean however that such loans are not good business decisions.[/p][/quote]My business borrows against future income. For example, we have recently borrowed to buy a van. The payments will be made out of revenue over the next three years. If that's "perilous accounting" then mine and (probably) every other business in the UK is in peril.[/p][/quote]Any business ( other than football ) that borrows hugely against ONE main income/revenue is taking an enormous risk. Its not hard to understand... Thats why football-related loans are sooooooooooooo expensive...[/p][/quote]My business only has one source of revenue. I borrow against it. I must be barmy. Velleity
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5:44pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
WBA 3 2
Correction Wigan 3 2 up
Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri?
I could be if I knew what it was!
Aha! it contains rum, I hate that spirit it reminds me of Skateland.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: WBA 3 2[/p][/quote]Correction Wigan 3 2 up[/p][/quote]Are you drinking my pint of daiquiri?[/p][/quote]I could be if I knew what it was![/p][/quote]Aha! it contains rum, I hate that spirit it reminds me of Skateland. OSPREYSAINT
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5:45pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
slugger wrote:
out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?
Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it.



skunt
Isn't that the Faucet Inn, where they have the beer on tap?
No...it is the Fawcett Inn...where they have skates on tap. Dreadful place.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: out and about in romsey tonight ....... how many pubs are there thomas ?[/p][/quote]Tommy Tank will be drinking in the Fawcett Inn tonight..you can count on it. skunt[/p][/quote]Isn't that the Faucet Inn, where they have the beer on tap?[/p][/quote]No...it is the Fawcett Inn...where they have skates on tap. Dreadful place. Baddesley Bill
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5:46pm Sat 6 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose.
Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat.
If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home.
If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule!
To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins!
Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked
programme vendors interested?
Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders.
What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow!
YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose. Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat. If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home. If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule! To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins! Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked programme vendors interested? Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders. What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow! YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!! TEBOURBA
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5:48pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

PO4 0DP pardon my ignorance.
PO4 0DP pardon my ignorance. OSPREYSAINT
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5:49pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose.
Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat.
If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home.
If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule!
To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins!
Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked
programme vendors interested?
Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders.
What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow!
YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
WUM Ignor
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose. Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat. If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home. If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule! To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins! Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked programme vendors interested? Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders. What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow! YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]WUM Ignor OSPREYSAINT
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5:49pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Saint. says...

tugboat wrote:
A "nothing" story,normal practice for lots of clubs,it looks like the "lets take a swipe at cortese" season has started.
Poor show echo.
Spot on!

Very sad DE! Jumping on NC at every chance you think you get!!

NC is a top banker and will be three steps ahead of any financial dealing he has entered the club into.
[quote][p][bold]tugboat[/bold] wrote: A "nothing" story,normal practice for lots of clubs,it looks like the "lets take a swipe at cortese" season has started. Poor show echo.[/p][/quote]Spot on! Very sad DE! Jumping on NC at every chance you think you get!! NC is a top banker and will be three steps ahead of any financial dealing he has entered the club into. Saint.
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5:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty saintshorse101
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5:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

West Ham 1 up
West Ham 1 up OSPREYSAINT
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5:57pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Invidia says...

Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on
Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on Invidia
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6:28pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

Oh Tebourba you really are a d##k . Just because other scores are posted on here it does not mean we are concerned about other teams results , blot of us are FOOTBALL fans who just like to know other results, if you feel like you are missing out and you ask nicely we can keep you up to date on the third tier scores that affect you .As for you working in the city in the square mile it does not surprise any of us as we all know you are a banker with a W
Oh Tebourba you really are a d##k . Just because other scores are posted on here it does not mean we are concerned about other teams results , blot of us are FOOTBALL fans who just like to know other results, if you feel like you are missing out and you ask nicely we can keep you up to date on the third tier scores that affect you .As for you working in the city in the square mile it does not surprise any of us as we all know you are a banker with a W saintand266
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6:28pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

Oh Tebourba you really are a d##k . Just because other scores are posted on here it does not mean we are concerned about other teams results , blot of us are FOOTBALL fans who just like to know other results, if you feel like you are missing out and you ask nicely we can keep you up to date on the third tier scores that affect you .As for you working in the city in the square mile it does not surprise any of us as we all know you are a banker with a W
Oh Tebourba you really are a d##k . Just because other scores are posted on here it does not mean we are concerned about other teams results , blot of us are FOOTBALL fans who just like to know other results, if you feel like you are missing out and you ask nicely we can keep you up to date on the third tier scores that affect you .As for you working in the city in the square mile it does not surprise any of us as we all know you are a banker with a W saintand266
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6:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked. thomasupton
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6:35pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintkenny says...

pompey in spain wrote:
hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin

g.... in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.
2 nil and you f@cked it up
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: hello, hello ,hello, does it look like the whiter than white saints are involved in something dodgy.?? and as for sacking your programme sellers during a economic time like this??.....disgustin g....[thats about the most infantile subject to stimulate conversation onhere i can think of!!] in my defence i have been drinking a lot of san migual beer of late.[/p][/quote]2 nil and you f@cked it up saintkenny
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6:51pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintkenny says...

PTID1898 wrote:
The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down
2 nil and you f@cked it up numpty
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: The sun is shining in mk dons 2-0 up get in by half four tomorrow you will be 2 down[/p][/quote]2 nil and you f@cked it up numpty saintkenny
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6:57pm Sat 6 Oct 12

joelster says...

Velleity wrote:
"Large business moves money around internationally, shock, horror."

Can't wait to see what the Negative Twins make of this.
exactly! end of story, nice try echo
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: "Large business moves money around internationally, shock, horror." Can't wait to see what the Negative Twins make of this.[/p][/quote]exactly! end of story, nice try echo joelster
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7:00pm Sat 6 Oct 12

warrens 76 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID
Mighty, you did say it you poxy little Skate..
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: Well well well, how the tables are starting to turn again,the so called mighty (sorry i cant say it) scum are starting to loan money,is your club potless,have you run out of money, is cortese starting to see the light, is he ready to quit. This is the start of things to come for you relegation, get beat tomorrow, and your potless, i just have one thing to say sha la la la la la la la who the f**k is laughing now!!!!PUP,PTID[/p][/quote]Mighty, you did say it you poxy little Skate.. warrens 76
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7:14pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I know nothing about this loan but I guess it tells us the family have turned the tap off.

Do you remember the Ramirez deal stalled for ages not over the fee but the payment terms. We wanted to spread the payments over time they wanted the money upfront. I suppose this tells us what the outcome was.

Spending future revenue is not unique but we must remember you can't spend it twice so when we get to the 'future' that income is already allocated to the 'past'. It's when it doesn't stop and a period of consolidation doesn't happen that the skunts tits fall off.
I know nothing about this loan but I guess it tells us the family have turned the tap off. Do you remember the Ramirez deal stalled for ages not over the fee but the payment terms. We wanted to spread the payments over time they wanted the money upfront. I suppose this tells us what the outcome was. Spending future revenue is not unique but we must remember you can't spend it twice so when we get to the 'future' that income is already allocated to the 'past'. It's when it doesn't stop and a period of consolidation doesn't happen that the skunts tits fall off. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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7:16pm Sat 6 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Arsenal are now 3 1 up. Theo got the 2nd
Arsenal are now 3 1 up. Theo got the 2nd OSPREYSAINT
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7:25pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

puppy saint wrote:
We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.
A bit tanked up after lunch time session!
[quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.[/p][/quote]A bit tanked up after lunch time session! Fatty x Ford Worker
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7:44pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

Fatty x Ford Worker wrote:
puppy saint wrote:
We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.
A bit tanked up after lunch time session!
drunk in charge of a parrot.!!

call the old bill !!
[quote][p][bold]Fatty x Ford Worker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]puppy saint[/bold] wrote: We just need Fatty X after a few meths mojitos and we are fully loonyed up.[/p][/quote]A bit tanked up after lunch time session![/p][/quote]drunk in charge of a parrot.!! call the old bill !! angus mc coatup
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7:46pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Invidia says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I know nothing about this loan but I guess it tells us the family have turned the tap off.

Do you remember the Ramirez deal stalled for ages not over the fee but the payment terms. We wanted to spread the payments over time they wanted the money upfront. I suppose this tells us what the outcome was.

Spending future revenue is not unique but we must remember you can't spend it twice so when we get to the 'future' that income is already allocated to the 'past'. It's when it doesn't stop and a period of consolidation doesn't happen that the skunts tits fall off.
Seedhouse I believe you are correct, although as I remember the family has given the club a yearly budget. The little I know about this is that the club have not as yet taken up a loan but with the summer signings the pot must have taken a hit and if the family are saying you will have to work within the budget it would be prudent for NC to have contingency plans in place.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I know nothing about this loan but I guess it tells us the family have turned the tap off. Do you remember the Ramirez deal stalled for ages not over the fee but the payment terms. We wanted to spread the payments over time they wanted the money upfront. I suppose this tells us what the outcome was. Spending future revenue is not unique but we must remember you can't spend it twice so when we get to the 'future' that income is already allocated to the 'past'. It's when it doesn't stop and a period of consolidation doesn't happen that the skunts tits fall off.[/p][/quote]Seedhouse I believe you are correct, although as I remember the family has given the club a yearly budget. The little I know about this is that the club have not as yet taken up a loan but with the summer signings the pot must have taken a hit and if the family are saying you will have to work within the budget it would be prudent for NC to have contingency plans in place. Invidia
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8:16pm Sat 6 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose.
Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat.
If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home.
If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule!
To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins!
Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked
programme vendors interested?
Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders.
What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow!
YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
Come on Crewe.
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose. Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat. If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home. If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule! To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins! Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked programme vendors interested? Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders. What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow! YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Come on Crewe. mack chinnon
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8:50pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow thomasupton
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8:52pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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8:54pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
the shock! you work in the building trade, wow. so having worked in the building trade you will know how companys work in that field. SFC do not pay the builders wages the buiding firm does that and takes it out of the payment received from SFC, now if SFC have not made a payment (very unlikely though) the building firm would still pay the staff and they will continue to work and sort out the payments with SFC. you will also notice that i mentioned penalty clauses. the building firm will not want to incur penaltys for late work, so again work will not halt without agreement from SFC. this is all simple to understand, i dont know why you dont get it! but then you still dont get the fact that no one at SFC has been sacked, how many times do you need to be told that? volunteers paid or unpaid are still volunteers and as so can not be `sacked` they were just tolld that they are no longer needed!
my 5 year old gets this after being told twice! mind you she is from southampton with its good schools, your schools down skateland are not up to much are they!
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.[/p][/quote]the shock! you work in the building trade, wow. so having worked in the building trade you will know how companys work in that field. SFC do not pay the builders wages the buiding firm does that and takes it out of the payment received from SFC, now if SFC have not made a payment (very unlikely though) the building firm would still pay the staff and they will continue to work and sort out the payments with SFC. you will also notice that i mentioned penalty clauses. the building firm will not want to incur penaltys for late work, so again work will not halt without agreement from SFC. this is all simple to understand, i dont know why you dont get it! but then you still dont get the fact that no one at SFC has been sacked, how many times do you need to be told that? volunteers paid or unpaid are still volunteers and as so can not be `sacked` they were just tolld that they are no longer needed! my 5 year old gets this after being told twice! mind you she is from southampton with its good schools, your schools down skateland are not up to much are they! saintshorse101
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9:14pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case. Baddesley Bill
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9:16pm Sat 6 Oct 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose.
Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat.
If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home.
If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule!
To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins!
Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked
programme vendors interested?
Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders.
What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow!
YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!!
You really are a c0ck. No wonder people are fed up with you! If it's wrong to feel positive then I sure as hell don't want to be right.
Stop with the acronyms mate. They're making you look LART
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Only six games in to the season and already the happy clappies, who kneel at the feet of St Nicola, are busy checking every PL score, praying other teams, close to Saints lose. Actions speak louder than words and these actions seem to me to betray a lack of confidence in Saints ability to climb the table off their own bat. If Saints are to survive in the PL they should be capable of beating teams like Fulham at home. If they don't, then the list of teams that they should be favourite to beat at home gets shorter and shorter ---- Reading, Norwich, QPR, Wigan ? oh no they've already beaten us 0-2, Aston Villa? -- well there's an odd exception to every rule! To be on the safe side, I would advise the Saints' fans to take along their prayer mats and their voodoo dolls of Fulham's players, to St Mary's tomorrow, just make sure you take plenty of pins! Come to think of it maybe there's a market for selling mats,dolls and pins outside St Mary's --- any sacked programme vendors interested? Of course all this would be uneccessary if the weasel invested some of his loan money in a first class coach to assist Nigel and a couple of defenders. What we have now ain't working, remember my words mid afternoon tomorrow! YRIHF!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]You really are a c0ck. No wonder people are fed up with you! If it's wrong to feel positive then I sure as hell don't want to be right. Stop with the acronyms mate. They're making you look LART ShakeyWiffles
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9:18pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:27pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends thomasupton
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9:31pm Sat 6 Oct 12

SFC1976 says...

If Ramirez keeps playing the way he has so far and the worst happens and we go down he will be worth enough to pay the loan back in one go total quality. Thats the difference between us and the Skates we have signed young Quality players who will have a larger resale value if needed and they are all not on crazy wages. Unlike The Skates paying £100,000 a week to 35 year olds.
If Ramirez keeps playing the way he has so far and the worst happens and we go down he will be worth enough to pay the loan back in one go total quality. Thats the difference between us and the Skates we have signed young Quality players who will have a larger resale value if needed and they are all not on crazy wages. Unlike The Skates paying £100,000 a week to 35 year olds. SFC1976
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9:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
Read the posts you certainly do need it!
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]Read the posts you certainly do need it! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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9:33pm Sat 6 Oct 12

SaintMax says...

I reckon this is NC trying to bring in less reliance on the Liehberrs and show that we can stand on our own two feet as a business.
We need to invest to ensure we can keep up with the premiership joneses and Nicola doesn't want to keep going back to the very kind Liehberr family saying please can I have some more.
I'm I late with this comment, everyone moved on now?
I reckon this is NC trying to bring in less reliance on the Liehberrs and show that we can stand on our own two feet as a business. We need to invest to ensure we can keep up with the premiership joneses and Nicola doesn't want to keep going back to the very kind Liehberr family saying please can I have some more. I'm I late with this comment, everyone moved on now? SaintMax
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10:04pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes. Baddesley Bill
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10:09pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 0

10:19pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt. Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 0

10:20pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 0

10:55pm Sat 6 Oct 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
It's all gone mysteriously quiet
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]It's all gone mysteriously quiet ShakeyWiffles
  • Score: 0

10:58pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you! thomasupton
  • Score: 0

11:10pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey? Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 0

11:20pm Sat 6 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
looks like she's blown you out bill.!!
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?[/p][/quote]looks like she's blown you out bill.!! angus mc coatup
  • Score: 0

11:29pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
Yes please do. You wont find me, I can't stand the place
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?[/p][/quote]Yes please do. You wont find me, I can't stand the place thomasupton
  • Score: 0

11:41pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
looks like she's blown you out bill.!!
he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever!
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?[/p][/quote]looks like she's blown you out bill.!![/p][/quote]he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever! saintshorse101
  • Score: 0

11:48pm Sat 6 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

the boooorer are you not here tonight? you have been a bit quiet, are you on reading and norwich`s boards telling the fans that they need new players now and that their managers need help friom a coach with prem experience and madejski/delia smith are out of their depth???????

or are you drowning your sorrows after your team gave up a 2-0 lead today?
the boooorer are you not here tonight? you have been a bit quiet, are you on reading and norwich`s boards telling the fans that they need new players now and that their managers need help friom a coach with prem experience and madejski/delia smith are out of their depth??????? or are you drowning your sorrows after your team gave up a 2-0 lead today? saintshorse101
  • Score: 0

11:53pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
looks like she's blown you out bill.!!
he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever!
No Horsie, I'm just fussy with whom I drink with. I do find it funny you think I come from Pompey. Keep it up if it amuses you lol.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?[/p][/quote]looks like she's blown you out bill.!![/p][/quote]he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever![/p][/quote]No Horsie, I'm just fussy with whom I drink with. I do find it funny you think I come from Pompey. Keep it up if it amuses you lol. thomasupton
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12:07am Sun 7 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.
My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.
If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.
It certainly seems so.
Boys I don't want to meet you!
I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?
looks like she's blown you out bill.!!
he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever!
No Horsie, I'm just fussy with whom I drink with. I do find it funny you think I come from Pompey. Keep it up if it amuses you lol.
that fussy that you dont want to spend 10 mins with some saints fans who have offered you a pint of your choice and £50 for a charity again of your choice?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]That's not very charitable of you Thomas... I thought only PFC screwed charitable causes.[/p][/quote]My cousin is coming down from London tomorrow with a Spanish friend of his to discuss a deal we are doing. I also have Seed the Small with me and I know you have your daughter. If we can fit him in for a swift pint given our commitments at a pub of his choice then I'm not buying his limp excuses.[/p][/quote]If it smells like a skunt, acts like skunt and wriggles like a skunt ....it most likely is a skunt.[/p][/quote]It certainly seems so.[/p][/quote]Boys I don't want to meet you![/p][/quote]I'm a bit gutted tbh. What about if we pop down to Fratton for the Crewe game to save you a journey?[/p][/quote]looks like she's blown you out bill.!![/p][/quote]he dosent want to meet you cause hes not old enough to go in a pub! hes a 13yr old school boy from skateland trying to be big and clever![/p][/quote]No Horsie, I'm just fussy with whom I drink with. I do find it funny you think I come from Pompey. Keep it up if it amuses you lol.[/p][/quote]that fussy that you dont want to spend 10 mins with some saints fans who have offered you a pint of your choice and £50 for a charity again of your choice? saintshorse101
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12:10am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol
Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol thomasupton
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12:30am Sun 7 Oct 12

Baddesley Bill says...

thomasupton wrote:
Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol
I think you need to man up a little mate...we don't bite.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol[/p][/quote]I think you need to man up a little mate...we don't bite. Baddesley Bill
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12:31am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
What explains staplewood and the programme sellers getting sacked?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]What explains staplewood and the programme sellers getting sacked? randre
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12:34am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

randre wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial!

I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general.

I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know.

However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
What explains staplewood and the programme sellers getting sacked?
I'll let you work that one out randy
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]What explains staplewood and the programme sellers getting sacked?[/p][/quote]I'll let you work that one out randy thomasupton
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12:36am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel.
So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.
I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience.
RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons.
Hello viletity, good to see you out of your dfs armchair.
Have you got a fetish about armchairs? Your a very strange little man.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Reading some of the postings defending and praising St Nicola, I thought I might have been a tad unfair to him by referring to him as a weasel. So, to ease my conscience, I looked up the meaning in the dictionary which stated --- weasel --- a person regarded as sneaky or treacherous. I can't begin to tell you all how great it feels to have a clear conscience. RYRIHF !!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Hello Thomasupton. Good to see you still using both logons.[/p][/quote]Hello viletity, good to see you out of your dfs armchair.[/p][/quote]Have you got a fetish about armchairs? Your a very strange little man. randre
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12:41am Sun 7 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

thomasupton wrote:
Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol
so if you are from poopey then you really wont go but even if you are you are in no danger! the vast majority of saints fans are ok with poopey fans, i have a couple of very close friends myself who are poopey fans and we enjoy the banter! however there are alot of poopey fans who still seem to think that its the 1970s!
however if you are a saints fan, not likely, then what have you got to lose?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol[/p][/quote]so if you are from poopey then you really wont go but even if you are you are in no danger! the vast majority of saints fans are ok with poopey fans, i have a couple of very close friends myself who are poopey fans and we enjoy the banter! however there are alot of poopey fans who still seem to think that its the 1970s! however if you are a saints fan, not likely, then what have you got to lose? saintshorse101
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12:47am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol
so if you are from poopey then you really wont go but even if you are you are in no danger! the vast majority of saints fans are ok with poopey fans, i have a couple of very close friends myself who are poopey fans and we enjoy the banter! however there are alot of poopey fans who still seem to think that its the 1970s!
however if you are a saints fan, not likely, then what have you got to lose?
Believe me I'm not worried about the "danger" lol.
[quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Yes the same ones who think I'm from Pompey too lol[/p][/quote]so if you are from poopey then you really wont go but even if you are you are in no danger! the vast majority of saints fans are ok with poopey fans, i have a couple of very close friends myself who are poopey fans and we enjoy the banter! however there are alot of poopey fans who still seem to think that its the 1970s! however if you are a saints fan, not likely, then what have you got to lose?[/p][/quote]Believe me I'm not worried about the "danger" lol. thomasupton
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12:49am Sun 7 Oct 12

St Retford says...

thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends?

Amazing.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends? Amazing. St Retford
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12:52am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

St Retford wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends?

Amazing.
Yes, why not ?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends? Amazing.[/p][/quote]Yes, why not ? thomasupton
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12:53am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done?

You truly are a piece of work!

Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done? You truly are a piece of work! Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t. randre
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12:55am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

randre wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done?

You truly are a piece of work!

Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.
Randy, you sound like you're getting upset.
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done? You truly are a piece of work! Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.[/p][/quote]Randy, you sound like you're getting upset. thomasupton
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12:58am Sun 7 Oct 12

St Retford says...

thomasupton wrote:
St Retford wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow
Where we meeting?
I'll bring my £50....just in case.
Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.
Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends
Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends?

Amazing.
Yes, why not ?
Erm, because you've never met them and they don't like you?
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: Well after two bad stories lets hope we do the bizz tomorrow[/p][/quote]Where we meeting?[/p][/quote]I'll bring my £50....just in case.[/p][/quote]Quality. Mr Upton has the chance to show us that he is indeed a Saint. He gets a beer from me, he gets 50 quid donated to cancer charity from you and he gets credibility on here. Only a fool or skate would turn that down.[/p][/quote]Thank you for the offer, I wont meet you all just to gain credibility on here, I don't need it. I'm actually meeting some other friends[/p][/quote]Some *other* friends? You mean you consider the people on here who call you a skunt and think you're nothing but a desperate Internet troll to be your friends? Amazing.[/p][/quote]Yes, why not ?[/p][/quote]Erm, because you've never met them and they don't like you? St Retford
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1:07am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done?

You truly are a piece of work!

Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.
Randy, you sound like you're getting upset.
No. But I'm turning in for the night, some of us have a game to go to tomorrow.

I suppose you will be here on your own waiting for the game to finish, praying that saints lose so you can write more if your negative drivle on here.

Night all.
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done? You truly are a piece of work! Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.[/p][/quote]Randy, you sound like you're getting upset.[/p][/quote]No. But I'm turning in for the night, some of us have a game to go to tomorrow. I suppose you will be here on your own waiting for the game to finish, praying that saints lose so you can write more if your negative drivle on here. Night all. randre
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1:09am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

randre wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
Velleity wrote:
thomasupton wrote:
randre wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.
Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.
Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.
No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.
hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys!
Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"
have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out?
i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin?
jog on numpty
Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.
Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done?

You truly are a piece of work!

Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.
Randy, you sound like you're getting upset.
No. But I'm turning in for the night, some of us have a game to go to tomorrow.

I suppose you will be here on your own waiting for the game to finish, praying that saints lose so you can write more if your negative drivle on here.

Night all.
Of your drivle, not if!!! Ffs, it's late.. Come on you saints, serve up a great 3 points for us tomorrow.

Night all.
[quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintshorse101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]randre[/bold] wrote: I live this, "fans are calling for transparency", I haven't heard any fan mention any concern of it prior to this editorial! I reiterate what all sensible posters say, this is normal practice in football and indeed many companies in general. I would be very surprised if Southampton didn't have a loan facility. Why this has even warranted such a headline I do not know. However , I suppose it gives Thomas / the boorer something else to get his teeth into. I see he already claims to be a high flying finance guru, last week he was a high flying football club chairman who knew how to run the club better than Cortese. The week before that he was a top manager who knew more than NA.[/p][/quote]Who let you out of your arm chair randy, does explain why Staplewood and the program sellers were sacked though.[/p][/quote]Really? REALLY? Saints have a loan and as a result the programme-sellers get sacked? Really? You're seriously suggesting that theone caused the other? Really? Honestly? For all I know you may be a Saints fan. However, if you are, you're the bitterest, most negative one I can imagine. What a tragic life you must have with that attitude. I *genuinely* pity you.[/p][/quote]No I think there must be real finance problems, builders normally down tools when the money dries up and cost cutting starts from the bottom up. Someone still has to sell the programs so the remaining staff have extra work to do now.[/p][/quote]hello uphimself or the boooorer which ever one youre using now. did the builders down tools? i dont think they did, did they. youre just speculating and making it up to try and make NC look bad. i cant believe you are still saying that are being soundly told that there is a pause in the work over a specific issue! do you really think that saints would need to get a big loan to pay the builders! you are a sad sad fool and i pity you aswell. dont forget that there will be huge penalty clauses in the builders contract, so they wont just down tools as you suggest. there would have to have been an agreement between saints and the builders. making rubbish up just for your own agenda just makes you look even more stupid. why arent the both of you at milton keynes today? they wont make you pay for both of your personalitys![/p][/quote]Building work stops, program sellers are sacked and Saints are trying to secure a loan, Yes must be a total coincidence. Would you carry on working if you weren't getting paid? Yes you probably would just to be "positive"[/p][/quote]have you ever worked in the building trade? i doubt it if you think like that. builders get staged payments from the saints. they dont get all the money upfront or when they finish the job. the workers get payed a salary from the building firm and would not `down tools` if the firm didnt get paid! do you not think that if saints had not payed one of the payments the press would have found out? i have worked on many sites in and around southampton and had many occasions when ive had to pull off of site. mostly this was down to the architects, though there have been other reasons like tv firms wanting to film on site, bad weather and deaths. i have never had to `down tools` due to non payments! there is nothing `positive` about finding out facts and using my knowledge in this area. there is also nothing `positive` about waiting for the facts to come out before laying blame. there is however something very very negative about using every story on this site as a reason to have a go at NC/NA. i pity you for having to walk around with a chip on your shoulder thats that big! i know you are not a saints fan due to you always posting negatively, are you the dark lord? and are you upset that NC has been able to run the club is such a good manner? after you were unable to and had to put us in admin? jog on numpty[/p][/quote]Get back on your high horse and you jog off (happy clapper). Yes I work in the building trade and also a true supporter who wants the best from our club. Seriously worried we're loaning money and coincides with building work stopping at staplewood and program sellers getting sacked.[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha, I am truly laughing out aloud! So now you are a top builder as well as a high finance director, football club chairman and top premier league manager. Is there a job you have not done? You truly are a piece of work! Wow, I can't believe it, I am stunned by your superior knowledge.... Although I think I saw some of your opinions written somewhere before.... Oh yes they were on the toilet walls written in sh1t.[/p][/quote]Randy, you sound like you're getting upset.[/p][/quote]No. But I'm turning in for the night, some of us have a game to go to tomorrow. I suppose you will be here on your own waiting for the game to finish, praying that saints lose so you can write more if your negative drivle on here. Night all.[/p][/quote]Of your drivle, not if!!! Ffs, it's late.. Come on you saints, serve up a great 3 points for us tomorrow. Night all. randre
  • Score: 0

7:59am Sun 7 Oct 12

Bunman says...

Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat!
Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat! Bunman
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8:16am Sun 7 Oct 12

randre says...

Bunman wrote:
Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat!
Ah, bless. Clutching at straws are you? Unfortunately I think you will find many major clubs have a loan facility like many major companies. Only tin pot clubs who run from a shed cheat by stealing the money, rather than borrowing it using legal avenues.
[quote][p][bold]Bunman[/bold] wrote: Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat![/p][/quote]Ah, bless. Clutching at straws are you? Unfortunately I think you will find many major clubs have a loan facility like many major companies. Only tin pot clubs who run from a shed cheat by stealing the money, rather than borrowing it using legal avenues. randre
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8:16am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bunman wrote:
Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat!
Who are you, and what are you talking about?
[quote][p][bold]Bunman[/bold] wrote: Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat![/p][/quote]Who are you, and what are you talking about? OSPREYSAINT
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8:58am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Bad news: El futbolista Gaston Ramírez sufrió, en el entrenamiento, un traumatismo de muslo derecho resultando con un hematoma de cuádriceps a tensión, que ha motivado su internación en observación. Se le realizaron estudios de imagen constatándose un hematoma regional, sin otras lesiones.

Lo antes expresado hace que sea baja de la convocatoria realizada para los partidos de Eliminatoria ante Argentina y Bolivia.


It says Ramirez was injured in training and is not available for the International games.
Bad news: El futbolista Gaston Ramírez sufrió, en el entrenamiento, un traumatismo de muslo derecho resultando con un hematoma de cuádriceps a tensión, que ha motivado su internación en observación. Se le realizaron estudios de imagen constatándose un hematoma regional, sin otras lesiones. Lo antes expresado hace que sea baja de la convocatoria realizada para los partidos de Eliminatoria ante Argentina y Bolivia. It says Ramirez was injured in training and is not available for the International games. OSPREYSAINT
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9:01am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bad news: El futbolista Gaston Ramírez sufrió, en el entrenamiento, un traumatismo de muslo derecho resultando con un hematoma de cuádriceps a tensión, que ha motivado su internación en observación. Se le realizaron estudios de imagen constatándose un hematoma regional, sin otras lesiones.

Lo antes expresado hace que sea baja de la convocatoria realizada para los partidos de Eliminatoria ante Argentina y Bolivia.


It says Ramirez was injured in training and is not available for the International games.
Doesn't mean that he may not be fit enough to play a part today!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Bad news: El futbolista Gaston Ramírez sufrió, en el entrenamiento, un traumatismo de muslo derecho resultando con un hematoma de cuádriceps a tensión, que ha motivado su internación en observación. Se le realizaron estudios de imagen constatándose un hematoma regional, sin otras lesiones. Lo antes expresado hace que sea baja de la convocatoria realizada para los partidos de Eliminatoria ante Argentina y Bolivia. It says Ramirez was injured in training and is not available for the International games.[/p][/quote]Doesn't mean that he may not be fit enough to play a part today! OSPREYSAINT
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9:12am Sun 7 Oct 12

St Retford says...

Any chance of a story about today's game? I don't believe the Echo is 'anti-Saints' and it has every right to publish the stories about the loan facility or the building work, but when they're the only two stories about the club in the last three days it makes the Echo seem more negative than it is. The News manages five Pompey stories a day, which is pretty much one for every player they have in the team. Surely we could at least match that,given we're in the 'most exciting league in the world' (tm).
Any chance of a story about today's game? I don't believe the Echo is 'anti-Saints' and it has every right to publish the stories about the loan facility or the building work, but when they're the only two stories about the club in the last three days it makes the Echo seem more negative than it is. The News manages five Pompey stories a day, which is pretty much one for every player they have in the team. Surely we could at least match that,given we're in the 'most exciting league in the world' (tm). St Retford
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9:26am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Indeed it would be better to have positive threads to discuss, but the DE doesn't seem to have access to SFC other than the OS so any news has to be made up and we know from experience of the red tops as long as it is a good story the truth isn't neccesary. so it is just as well the Echo prefers to say nowt rather be wrong.
Indeed it would be better to have positive threads to discuss, but the DE doesn't seem to have access to SFC other than the OS so any news has to be made up and we know from experience of the red tops as long as it is a good story the truth isn't neccesary. so it is just as well the Echo prefers to say nowt rather be wrong. OSPREYSAINT
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9:29am Sun 7 Oct 12

SFCOLDBOY says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Bunman wrote:
Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat!
Who are you, and what are you talking about?
We only need Pompey Phil,
Laughaminute, Whitebait on here now and I think we will be able to cast out the net and we will be able to catch the complete shoal.Then we will have cleansed the world forever.

"GLAD I GOT THAT OUT"

Anyway!
More important matters!

COME ON YOU REDS

CUP FINAL DAY AGAIN!

WE CAN MAKE GREAT INROADS IN THE LEAGUE WITH A WIN!

Lets scream the place down.
Lets make the game the worst part of a day out for the Fulham supporters.

3-1 Saints.
COYR.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bunman[/bold] wrote: Isn't this what most stain fans would call cheating???? You can't even win anything when you cheat![/p][/quote]Who are you, and what are you talking about?[/p][/quote]We only need Pompey Phil, Laughaminute, Whitebait on here now and I think we will be able to cast out the net and we will be able to catch the complete shoal.Then we will have cleansed the world forever. "GLAD I GOT THAT OUT" Anyway! More important matters! COME ON YOU REDS CUP FINAL DAY AGAIN! WE CAN MAKE GREAT INROADS IN THE LEAGUE WITH A WIN! Lets scream the place down. Lets make the game the worst part of a day out for the Fulham supporters. 3-1 Saints. COYR. SFCOLDBOY
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9:35am Sun 7 Oct 12

andysaints007 says...

Invidia wrote:
Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on
Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club!
Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ...
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on[/p][/quote]Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club! Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ... andysaints007
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10:00am Sun 7 Oct 12

thomasupton says...

andysaints007 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on
Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club!
Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ...
Invidia, you will soon learn on here that you're only allowed to have "positive" posts. You mustn't knock the club or chairman or the players. Even if we lose 90% of our games this season, you must be positive and have no "negative" opinions at all. And also to have an opinion you must meet all the "positive" posters at their local pub where they will interrogate you to verify you come from Southampton. Don't forget your passport and 16 other forms of ID.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on[/p][/quote]Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club! Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ...[/p][/quote]Invidia, you will soon learn on here that you're only allowed to have "positive" posts. You mustn't knock the club or chairman or the players. Even if we lose 90% of our games this season, you must be positive and have no "negative" opinions at all. And also to have an opinion you must meet all the "positive" posters at their local pub where they will interrogate you to verify you come from Southampton. Don't forget your passport and 16 other forms of ID. thomasupton
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10:21am Sun 7 Oct 12

Confucious says...

There is plenty of real bad news about but the Echo is missing it.

I heard this morning that Nicola threw a fit with the builder after being told the new Staplewood building was being held up by red tape.

What's more Fox has apparently being fingered by some fans.

And meantime the club has (quite obviously falsely) claimed that a one-armed man has applauded the new disabled facilities.

What's going on guys?
There is plenty of real bad news about but the Echo is missing it. I heard this morning that Nicola threw a fit with the builder after being told the new Staplewood building was being held up by red tape. What's more Fox has apparently being fingered by some fans. And meantime the club has (quite obviously falsely) claimed that a one-armed man has applauded the new disabled facilities. What's going on guys? Confucious
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10:51am Sun 7 Oct 12

andysaints007 says...

thomasupton wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
Invidia wrote:
Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on
Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club!
Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ...
Invidia, you will soon learn on here that you're only allowed to have "positive" posts. You mustn't knock the club or chairman or the players. Even if we lose 90% of our games this season, you must be positive and have no "negative" opinions at all. And also to have an opinion you must meet all the "positive" posters at their local pub where they will interrogate you to verify you come from Southampton. Don't forget your passport and 16 other forms of ID.
Its not about being positive or negative or about opinions! It's about whether you really think a business has to ask its 'customers' if its ok to do something and let them make all the decisions on their behalf!! That's the point of having someone like NC in charge! I am not his biggest fan but are you lot seriously still moaning about the club even now!!!
[quote][p][bold]thomasupton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Whilst I agree with most posters on here that the loan facillity is common practice in big businesses like SFC, what I am confused about is the need to use this particular company, as I always believed that the Leibher family would have been a better scource to secure loans if required. Having said all that who really knows what big companies do these day you only have to look at banks as an example, to realise that not many people know what is going on[/p][/quote]Will you lot shut up about this now ! You only know what you are told and you are only told what you need to know!!! We are not shareholders and have no absolute right to know what NC does and why - that's because he is the one that makes the decisions about the club! Is there ant true Saints fan that really thought we would be where we are right now!! No I didn't think so. Stick to doing your jobs and let him get on with his - unless you can do better of course ...[/p][/quote]Invidia, you will soon learn on here that you're only allowed to have "positive" posts. You mustn't knock the club or chairman or the players. Even if we lose 90% of our games this season, you must be positive and have no "negative" opinions at all. And also to have an opinion you must meet all the "positive" posters at their local pub where they will interrogate you to verify you come from Southampton. Don't forget your passport and 16 other forms of ID.[/p][/quote]Its not about being positive or negative or about opinions! It's about whether you really think a business has to ask its 'customers' if its ok to do something and let them make all the decisions on their behalf!! That's the point of having someone like NC in charge! I am not his biggest fan but are you lot seriously still moaning about the club even now!!! andysaints007
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10:51am Sun 7 Oct 12

truelysaints says...

Sounds like a simple advance on future income (money for being promoted to premier) so that he can now go out and purchase a couple of good defenders when the window opens. To believe that no premiership club can survive without having some loans is naive to say least. Good management is to be able to manage ones loans within your revenues. If he can get better deal by going offshore so be it. Only time we should worry if this loan is to be siphoned off elsewhere. Doubt this is this case as the loan is public knowledge so there has been no attempt to hide it. Much ado about nothing
Sounds like a simple advance on future income (money for being promoted to premier) so that he can now go out and purchase a couple of good defenders when the window opens. To believe that no premiership club can survive without having some loans is naive to say least. Good management is to be able to manage ones loans within your revenues. If he can get better deal by going offshore so be it. Only time we should worry if this loan is to be siphoned off elsewhere. Doubt this is this case as the loan is public knowledge so there has been no attempt to hide it. Much ado about nothing truelysaints
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10:58am Sun 7 Oct 12

insane saint says...

hearing rumors on twitter that Ramirez is injured any ideas guys?


i do hope not
hearing rumors on twitter that Ramirez is injured any ideas guys? i do hope not insane saint
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10:59am Sun 7 Oct 12

Tirau Dan says...

This is that Independent Supporter again... Concentrate on the pies beer and bogs and leave the money to the boss.
This is that Independent Supporter again... Concentrate on the pies beer and bogs and leave the money to the boss. Tirau Dan
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11:04am Sun 7 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

truelysaints wrote:
Sounds like a simple advance on future income (money for being promoted to premier) so that he can now go out and purchase a couple of good defenders when the window opens. To believe that no premiership club can survive without having some loans is naive to say least. Good management is to be able to manage ones loans within your revenues. If he can get better deal by going offshore so be it. Only time we should worry if this loan is to be siphoned off elsewhere. Doubt this is this case as the loan is public knowledge so there has been no attempt to hide it. Much ado about nothing
Like you reasoning and any man who references the Bard sounds authentic to me.
My mate Poopey in Spain also likes a bit of Shakesperian culture.
His favourites are Richard The 3rd and A Comedy of Errors
[quote][p][bold]truelysaints[/bold] wrote: Sounds like a simple advance on future income (money for being promoted to premier) so that he can now go out and purchase a couple of good defenders when the window opens. To believe that no premiership club can survive without having some loans is naive to say least. Good management is to be able to manage ones loans within your revenues. If he can get better deal by going offshore so be it. Only time we should worry if this loan is to be siphoned off elsewhere. Doubt this is this case as the loan is public knowledge so there has been no attempt to hide it. Much ado about nothing[/p][/quote]Like you reasoning and any man who references the Bard sounds authentic to me. My mate Poopey in Spain also likes a bit of Shakesperian culture. His favourites are Richard The 3rd and A Comedy of Errors Mush On The Beach
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11:05am Sun 7 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

insane saint wrote:
hearing rumors on twitter that Ramirez is injured any ideas guys?


i do hope not
Cannot happen, he's in my dream team
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: hearing rumors on twitter that Ramirez is injured any ideas guys? i do hope not[/p][/quote]Cannot happen, he's in my dream team Mush On The Beach
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11:11am Sun 7 Oct 12

MGRA says...

St Retford wrote:
Any chance of a story about today's game? I don't believe the Echo is 'anti-Saints' and it has every right to publish the stories about the loan facility or the building work, but when they're the only two stories about the club in the last three days it makes the Echo seem more negative than it is. The News manages five Pompey stories a day, which is pretty much one for every player they have in the team. Surely we could at least match that,given we're in the 'most exciting league in the world' (tm).
The Echo are refused access to "official" Saints news... They have to sell papers so... they print whatever stories they can source. This is a legitimate story because it contradicts widely held assumptions previously held about the club.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Any chance of a story about today's game? I don't believe the Echo is 'anti-Saints' and it has every right to publish the stories about the loan facility or the building work, but when they're the only two stories about the club in the last three days it makes the Echo seem more negative than it is. The News manages five Pompey stories a day, which is pretty much one for every player they have in the team. Surely we could at least match that,given we're in the 'most exciting league in the world' (tm).[/p][/quote]The Echo are refused access to "official" Saints news... They have to sell papers so... they print whatever stories they can source. This is a legitimate story because it contradicts widely held assumptions previously held about the club. MGRA
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11:31am Sun 7 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me!
Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me! TEBOURBA
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11:43am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

TEBOURBA wrote:
Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me!
Time to wash your underpants!
[quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me![/p][/quote]Time to wash your underpants! OSPREYSAINT
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11:46am Sun 7 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
TEBOURBA wrote:
Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me!
Time to wash your underpants!
Are you saying he's Jimmy Saville?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TEBOURBA[/bold] wrote: Programme sellers sacked, building work stopped, big loan sought, local paper side lined ------- all smells very fishy to me![/p][/quote]Time to wash your underpants![/p][/quote]Are you saying he's Jimmy Saville? Mush On The Beach
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11:52am Sun 7 Oct 12

insane saint says...

new thread started about today's match guys
new thread started about today's match guys insane saint
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11:59am Sun 7 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

insane saint wrote:
new thread started about today's match guys
Now you have done it, the mongs will be on there like a rash!
[quote][p][bold]insane saint[/bold] wrote: new thread started about today's match guys[/p][/quote]Now you have done it, the mongs will be on there like a rash! OSPREYSAINT
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11:10pm Sun 7 Oct 12

ben dover says...

sunseeker sponsers no one, you pay sunseeker !
sunseeker sponsers no one, you pay sunseeker ! ben dover
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