It's official: Saints are the most entertaining side in Europe

They have become the great entertainers of Europe, generating more excitement than the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

Games involving Saints are averaging more goals this season than any other team in the major leagues across the continent.

In the club’s seven Premier League matches so far this campaign, the ball has hit the back of the net a total of 32 times.

That works out at an average of 4.57 goals in every contest.

The figure is by far and away the most of any team in the English leagues, with Burnley’s 4.30 the only one that gets close.

Across the top European divisions it is also well in the lead.

Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven are the nearest, with 4.25 goals being averaged in each of their games in the Eredivisie.

Barcelona are the best value for goals in Spain, alongside Atletico Madrid, but those two clubs are still lagging behind on 3.71.

Roma are top in the same category in Italy, with 3.67, while Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt lead the way in Germany, on 3.71.

Saints’ figures have come about largely as a result of a porous defence, but also partly because of their threatening attack.

Of the 32 goals supporters have seen in their Premier League matches this campaign, 20 have been conceded by the team.

Six of those came in the thrashing away to Arsenal, while they have shipped three against Manchester City, Manchester United and Everton.

Saints are yet to keep a clean sheet in the league, with the closest they have come being the 4-1 home win against Aston Villa.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, their defensive stats are the worst across the top divisions in Europe, as well as the English leagues, averaging 2.86 goals against them every game.

The next worst is Dutch top-flight side VVV-Venlo, Maya Yoshida’s former club, on 2.63.

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8:47am Tue 16 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

Top of the League & having a laugh!
Top of the League & having a laugh! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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9:19am Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

Dunno what's entertaining about watching a defence running around like headless chickens while the opposition stand around in acres of space wondering where everyone has gone!

Personally, I'd prefer to watch a professional, organsized defence allowing their forwards to get a 1 - 0 victory.
Dunno what's entertaining about watching a defence running around like headless chickens while the opposition stand around in acres of space wondering where everyone has gone! Personally, I'd prefer to watch a professional, organsized defence allowing their forwards to get a 1 - 0 victory. magnette
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9:22am Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

organized I meant, does organ-sized mean only 6" high? LOL
organized I meant, does organ-sized mean only 6" high? LOL magnette
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9:29am Tue 16 Oct 12

White and red till dead says...

magnette wrote:
Dunno what's entertaining about watching a defence running around like headless chickens while the opposition stand around in acres of space wondering where everyone has gone!

Personally, I'd prefer to watch a professional, organsized defence allowing their forwards to get a 1 - 0 victory.
Exactly. It's doubtful that Saints are the most entertaining, rather the teams that are banging the goals in against us!
[quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: Dunno what's entertaining about watching a defence running around like headless chickens while the opposition stand around in acres of space wondering where everyone has gone! Personally, I'd prefer to watch a professional, organsized defence allowing their forwards to get a 1 - 0 victory.[/p][/quote]Exactly. It's doubtful that Saints are the most entertaining, rather the teams that are banging the goals in against us! White and red till dead
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9:31am Tue 16 Oct 12

St Retford says...

You mean 'organised'.

I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4. St Retford
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9:34am Tue 16 Oct 12

Dickosfc says...

Yep, our defence is proper sh!t!!! Our attack is amazing but defence is sh!t!!
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and breath :-)
Yep, our defence is proper sh!t!!! Our attack is amazing but defence is sh!t!! . and breath :-) Dickosfc
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9:42am Tue 16 Oct 12

costa gaz says...

St Retford wrote:
You mean 'organised'.

I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Those days are gone St Ret, we did it in the lowers leagues but the EPL is a very different place.
As magnette says, a 1-0 victory would be much better than what is happening right now.
Time to start winning ugly, or the inevitable will surely happen.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Those days are gone St Ret, we did it in the lowers leagues but the EPL is a very different place. As magnette says, a 1-0 victory would be much better than what is happening right now. Time to start winning ugly, or the inevitable will surely happen. costa gaz
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9:43am Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

St Retford wrote:
You mean 'organised'.

I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg? magnette
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9:55am Tue 16 Oct 12

GX Saint says...

magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
[quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out. GX Saint
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9:59am Tue 16 Oct 12

franiow says...

Entertaining to the neutral or opposition...less so to Saints fans. However, we will turn this round...expect fewer Saints goals offset by a better defence.
Entertaining to the neutral or opposition...less so to Saints fans. However, we will turn this round...expect fewer Saints goals offset by a better defence. franiow
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10:18am Tue 16 Oct 12

Rising_Son says...

costa gaz wrote:
St Retford wrote:
You mean 'organised'.

I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Those days are gone St Ret, we did it in the lowers leagues but the EPL is a very different place.
As magnette says, a 1-0 victory would be much better than what is happening right now.
Time to start winning ugly, or the inevitable will surely happen.
5-4 would also be better, and less uglily to boot.
[quote][p][bold]costa gaz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Those days are gone St Ret, we did it in the lowers leagues but the EPL is a very different place. As magnette says, a 1-0 victory would be much better than what is happening right now. Time to start winning ugly, or the inevitable will surely happen.[/p][/quote]5-4 would also be better, and less uglily to boot. Rising_Son
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10:28am Tue 16 Oct 12

Confucious says...

GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world.

Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world. Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match? Confucious
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11:06am Tue 16 Oct 12

Sainty saint saint says...

GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
I can confirm that 'ize' is the OED preference, but 'ise' is (as well as being the Cambridge English preference) generally considered the correct form of written English for informal texts (including newspapers).

Only academic textbooks that follow the Oxford English style (as well as all OUP books, obviously) would use 'ize'. English novels, etc. would tend to use 'ise' unless they're Americanized!

Americans use 'z' for everything, including words like analyze, which is incorrect even in Oxford English (greek route of these words is 'yse' NOT 'yze').

Hope that helps!
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]I can confirm that 'ize' is the OED preference, but 'ise' is (as well as being the Cambridge English preference) generally considered the correct form of written English for informal texts (including newspapers). Only academic textbooks that follow the Oxford English style (as well as all OUP books, obviously) would use 'ize'. English novels, etc. would tend to use 'ise' unless they're Americanized! Americans use 'z' for everything, including words like analyze, which is incorrect even in Oxford English (greek route of these words is 'yse' NOT 'yze'). Hope that helps! Sainty saint saint
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11:06am Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

Confucious wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world.

Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?
Hooiveld, I think!
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world. Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?[/p][/quote]Hooiveld, I think! magnette
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11:19am Tue 16 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Confucious wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world.

Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?
What doez Auntie Elzpeth think? Or iz zhe ztill upzet by that bloke who won't be going to Wet Zpam unless he apologizes? Zlugger.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world. Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?[/p][/quote]What doez Auntie Elzpeth think? Or iz zhe ztill upzet by that bloke who won't be going to Wet Zpam unless he apologizes? Zlugger. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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11:42am Tue 16 Oct 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Yez, it'z a bit confuzing. Dezpite what I wrote on the other thread (yes, Seedhouse, 'summarissssssssssse

d' with an S, not thoze ztupid American Zs) it'z not true that we Britz can only ever uze S - although the Yankz do only uze Z - az zaid above, it'z more about the zource (blame the Greekz - ezpecially, Sorba). However, if you only ever uze ISE, (according to Council of Europe ztandardz), even if it'z pozzible to uze IZE or ISE, you will be correct according to Britizh Englizh uzage.

Zee? It'z Eazy peazy.
[quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Yez, it'z a bit confuzing. Dezpite what I wrote on the other thread (yes, Seedhouse, 'summarissssssssssse d' with an S, not thoze ztupid American Zs) it'z not true that we Britz can only ever uze S - although the Yankz do only uze Z - az zaid above, it'z more about the zource (blame the Greekz - ezpecially, Sorba). However, if you only ever uze ISE, (according to Council of Europe ztandardz), even if it'z pozzible to uze IZE or ISE, you will be correct according to Britizh Englizh uzage. Zee? It'z Eazy peazy. Strasbourg Saint
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12:10pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Glad that's sorted. Back to the article - are the Echo taking the pizz?

Or should that be 'is the Echo'?
Glad that's sorted. Back to the article - are the Echo taking the pizz? Or should that be 'is the Echo'? Seedhouse the Unrepentant
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12:26pm Tue 16 Oct 12

st1halo says...

It may be official! But it's not entertaining when your team let's in 20 goals

STID
It may be official! But it's not entertaining when your team let's in 20 goals STID st1halo
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12:43pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Block 34 says...

Gee folks, when will you realize that proper English (i.e. American English) is zpoken by more dude's worldwide that the olde equivalent heard around Southampton parts???
Time to step up to the Premier League lingo-wize!!
Gee folks, when will you realize that proper English (i.e. American English) is zpoken by more dude's worldwide that the olde equivalent heard around Southampton parts??? Time to step up to the Premier League lingo-wize!! Block 34
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12:44pm Tue 16 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Yez, it'z a bit confuzing. Dezpite what I wrote on the other thread (yes, Seedhouse, 'summarissssssssssse


d' with an S, not thoze ztupid American Zs) it'z not true that we Britz can only ever uze S - although the Yankz do only uze Z - az zaid above, it'z more about the zource (blame the Greekz - ezpecially, Sorba). However, if you only ever uze ISE, (according to Council of Europe ztandardz), even if it'z pozzible to uze IZE or ISE, you will be correct according to Britizh Englizh uzage.

Zee? It'z Eazy peazy.
just to confuse the issue even more.
Isn't an eye an organ that would make it
organeyes wouldn't it.

or even organeyze. either way lets hope nigel gets us organeyzed against old fat heads team.

coys!!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Yez, it'z a bit confuzing. Dezpite what I wrote on the other thread (yes, Seedhouse, 'summarissssssssssse d' with an S, not thoze ztupid American Zs) it'z not true that we Britz can only ever uze S - although the Yankz do only uze Z - az zaid above, it'z more about the zource (blame the Greekz - ezpecially, Sorba). However, if you only ever uze ISE, (according to Council of Europe ztandardz), even if it'z pozzible to uze IZE or ISE, you will be correct according to Britizh Englizh uzage. Zee? It'z Eazy peazy.[/p][/quote]just to confuse the issue even more. Isn't an eye an organ that would make it organeyes wouldn't it. or even organeyze. either way lets hope nigel gets us organeyzed against old fat heads team. coys!! angus mc coatup
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1:29pm Tue 16 Oct 12

rpjcheney says...

It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two? rpjcheney
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1:37pm Tue 16 Oct 12

jezza says...

Tongue?
Tongue? jezza
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1:41pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Would it be a little pen1s called PTID?
[quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Would it be a little pen1s called PTID? Mush On The Beach
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1:42pm Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Is it a man's tongue cos a woman's is attached one end and usually got lashing coming off the other?
[quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Is it a man's tongue cos a woman's is attached one end and usually got lashing coming off the other? magnette
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1:45pm Tue 16 Oct 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Willy
[quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Willy ShakeyWiffles
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1:46pm Tue 16 Oct 12

ShakeyWiffles says...

ShakeyWiffles wrote:
rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Willy
I just wanted to write that :D (childish I know but hey - it amuses me)
[quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Willy[/p][/quote]I just wanted to write that :D (childish I know but hey - it amuses me) ShakeyWiffles
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1:46pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Saints are like the Jam hey Stretford? ...... That’s Entertainment!!!!
Saints are like the Jam hey Stretford? ...... That’s Entertainment!!!! Mush On The Beach
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1:49pm Tue 16 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

jezza wrote:
Tongue?
Is a tongue a muscle.surely if its only connected at one end,then that would make it a tentacle.
[quote][p][bold]jezza[/bold] wrote: Tongue?[/p][/quote]Is a tongue a muscle.surely if its only connected at one end,then that would make it a tentacle. angus mc coatup
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1:49pm Tue 16 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

I would settle for a couple of One - Nils if it could assist our points total.
I would settle for a couple of One - Nils if it could assist our points total. OSPREYSAINT
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1:56pm Tue 16 Oct 12

magnette says...

rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Or is it Ramirez's thigh muscle?
[quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Or is it Ramirez's thigh muscle? magnette
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1:59pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

magnette wrote:
rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Or is it Ramirez's thigh muscle?
Ouuuuchhh!!!!
Hurry back Gaston, your fans await you
[quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Or is it Ramirez's thigh muscle?[/p][/quote]Ouuuuchhh!!!! Hurry back Gaston, your fans await you Mush On The Beach
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2:01pm Tue 16 Oct 12

rpjcheney says...

Yes, it is a tongue, although I for one am pleased that ShakeyWiffles took the opportunity to be childish.

Any news on Ramirez' injury? Never heard of a dead leg causing that kind of swelling before and I'd like to know if out £12m man is going to get back on the pitch to help us outscore our leaky defence before the January transfer window...
Yes, it is a tongue, although I for one am pleased that ShakeyWiffles took the opportunity to be childish. Any news on Ramirez' injury? Never heard of a dead leg causing that kind of swelling before and I'd like to know if out £12m man is going to get back on the pitch to help us outscore our leaky defence before the January transfer window... rpjcheney
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2:09pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Snebs says...

Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please. Snebs
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2:26pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Snebs wrote:
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
Their goalie Ali Al-Habsi was awarded man of the match.
If we had taken half of the chances we created in the 1st half, game over.
So I think you are only telling half of the story of your 6000 miles for the day, but I would hope you enjoyed the experience regardless.
I don’t agree with your assessment of Nigel. I believe mistakes have been made yes, but I believe he still has a lot to offer and we will get it right for 90 minutes each week and pull away from the bottom 3.
[quote][p][bold]Snebs[/bold] wrote: Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.[/p][/quote]Their goalie Ali Al-Habsi was awarded man of the match. If we had taken half of the chances we created in the 1st half, game over. So I think you are only telling half of the story of your 6000 miles for the day, but I would hope you enjoyed the experience regardless. I don’t agree with your assessment of Nigel. I believe mistakes have been made yes, but I believe he still has a lot to offer and we will get it right for 90 minutes each week and pull away from the bottom 3. Mush On The Beach
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2:30pm Tue 16 Oct 12

murfmeister says...

what troubles me is we get Maya Yoshida from the team with the 2nd worst defence in the whole of europe and expect ours to get better?
what troubles me is we get Maya Yoshida from the team with the 2nd worst defence in the whole of europe and expect ours to get better? murfmeister
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2:32pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Burton Saint says...

Off message but Steve Cotterill and Michael Appleton were in MB So'ton this lunchtime. Overheard the word 'Burnley'. Off to the bookies! tee hee.
Off message but Steve Cotterill and Michael Appleton were in MB So'ton this lunchtime. Overheard the word 'Burnley'. Off to the bookies! tee hee. Burton Saint
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2:33pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

murfmeister wrote:
what troubles me is we get Maya Yoshida from the team with the 2nd worst defence in the whole of europe and expect ours to get better?
Chelsea bought Gary Cahill form Bolton on the season they got relegated and he now plays for England .... Trouble Ye Not
[quote][p][bold]murfmeister[/bold] wrote: what troubles me is we get Maya Yoshida from the team with the 2nd worst defence in the whole of europe and expect ours to get better?[/p][/quote]Chelsea bought Gary Cahill form Bolton on the season they got relegated and he now plays for England .... Trouble Ye Not Mush On The Beach
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2:39pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Burton Saint wrote:
Off message but Steve Cotterill and Michael Appleton were in MB So'ton this lunchtime. Overheard the word 'Burnley'. Off to the bookies! tee hee.
Are you sure? I would suggest an alternative ... They were talking about experiences at Poopey and said BURN THEE!!! Dial 999. or then again let’s keep quiet
[quote][p][bold]Burton Saint[/bold] wrote: Off message but Steve Cotterill and Michael Appleton were in MB So'ton this lunchtime. Overheard the word 'Burnley'. Off to the bookies! tee hee.[/p][/quote]Are you sure? I would suggest an alternative ... They were talking about experiences at Poopey and said BURN THEE!!! Dial 999. or then again let’s keep quiet Mush On The Beach
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3:04pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Confucious says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Confucious wrote:
GX Saint wrote:
magnette wrote:
St Retford wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.
Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?
No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'.
Confucious will sort it out.
Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world.

Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?
What doez Auntie Elzpeth think? Or iz zhe ztill upzet by that bloke who won't be going to Wet Zpam unless he apologizes? Zlugger.
She's not speaking to me at present Zeedhouze as she (mistakenly) thinks I put cling film over the downstairs toilet pan before the Women's Institute meeting at her house. Mrs Willoughby-Thompson pizzed all over her Jimmy Choo shoez.

Still, a day without her is like a neck without pain.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GX Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]magnette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: You mean 'organised'. I don't mind our defence letting in lots of goals so long as we score more than we concede. Once we get Gaston playing regularly we'll smash this league to bits and win every game 5-4.[/p][/quote]Bizarrely, only newspapers and Americans spell organized with a "s". It's a word with a Greek origin and they use a "z" as does the OED. We will have to wait for StrasbourgSaint to confirm that - he's the English maestro. Over to you Strasbourg?[/p][/quote]No, Americans use 'ize' wherever they can. Good point about Oxford Uni preferring the Greek originating 'ize', but Cambridge Uni goes for 'ise'. Confucious will sort it out.[/p][/quote]Not wize to involve me, I was criticized at school for not organizing z and s. And yet I realized a good grade in English. Amasing - but it's a crasy old world. Anyhow - who'z been scoring our .57 of a goal per match?[/p][/quote]What doez Auntie Elzpeth think? Or iz zhe ztill upzet by that bloke who won't be going to Wet Zpam unless he apologizes? Zlugger.[/p][/quote]She's not speaking to me at present Zeedhouze as she (mistakenly) thinks I put cling film over the downstairs toilet pan before the Women's Institute meeting at her house. Mrs Willoughby-Thompson pizzed all over her Jimmy Choo shoez. Still, a day without her is like a neck without pain. Confucious
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3:51pm Tue 16 Oct 12

PTID1898 says...

I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP PTID1898
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3:55pm Tue 16 Oct 12

SO50 Saint says...

Thanks for your kind words PTID how are Potsmouth getting on? Do you have an owner yet? Are you enjoying the JPT? How about those nice long trips to places like Carlisle and Hartlepool?

For the record I don't fancy our chances of not letting in any at West Ham just hope Andy Carroll plays tonight and picks up an injury, I can't see our current defence being able to cope with him
Thanks for your kind words PTID how are Potsmouth getting on? Do you have an owner yet? Are you enjoying the JPT? How about those nice long trips to places like Carlisle and Hartlepool? For the record I don't fancy our chances of not letting in any at West Ham just hope Andy Carroll plays tonight and picks up an injury, I can't see our current defence being able to cope with him SO50 Saint
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3:57pm Tue 16 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
See you finished school for the day.Hope Channers hurries up and turns poopey in to the most entertaining team in the conference .
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]See you finished school for the day.Hope Channers hurries up and turns poopey in to the most entertaining team in the conference . saintand266
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4:02pm Tue 16 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Snebs wrote:
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
Their goalie Ali Al-Habsi was awarded man of the match.
If we had taken half of the chances we created in the 1st half, game over.
So I think you are only telling half of the story of your 6000 miles for the day, but I would hope you enjoyed the experience regardless.
I don’t agree with your assessment of Nigel. I believe mistakes have been made yes, but I believe he still has a lot to offer and we will get it right for 90 minutes each week and pull away from the bottom 3.
Agree Mush.
[quote][p][bold]Mush On The Beach[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Snebs[/bold] wrote: Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.[/p][/quote]Their goalie Ali Al-Habsi was awarded man of the match. If we had taken half of the chances we created in the 1st half, game over. So I think you are only telling half of the story of your 6000 miles for the day, but I would hope you enjoyed the experience regardless. I don’t agree with your assessment of Nigel. I believe mistakes have been made yes, but I believe he still has a lot to offer and we will get it right for 90 minutes each week and pull away from the bottom 3.[/p][/quote]Agree Mush. mack chinnon
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4:04pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

ShakeyWiffles wrote:
rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
Willy
No he won't.
[quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]Willy[/p][/quote]No he won't. Strasbourg Saint
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4:12pm Tue 16 Oct 12

mack chinnon says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
Come on Shrewsbury.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]Come on Shrewsbury. mack chinnon
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4:43pm Tue 16 Oct 12

St Retford says...

Snebs wrote:
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
Did you really travel 6,000 miles just to watch the Wigan game?
[quote][p][bold]Snebs[/bold] wrote: Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.[/p][/quote]Did you really travel 6,000 miles just to watch the Wigan game? St Retford
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4:54pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Snebs says...

re Wigan game: I recall seeing the GK make one or two saves, not earth shattering and the closest we came to scoring was when Lallana popped one on the crossbar. The Wigan coach soon figured us out stifled us in midfield and the rest was history and obviously it wasn't the only reason I was home but the reason I was home at that time. Waht I didn't see that day was any one of our players with a real desire to win the game, hence the crowd was quiet and the game petered out. I really appreciate the job NA and his team have done, I am just not sure if he has the tools in his bag to survive in the EPL. I hope he does but as a Project Manager of some 25 years I can tell you now KPI's dont turn an average team into a winning team. The only KPI he really needs to work on is "we ship more goals that we score"
re Wigan game: I recall seeing the GK make one or two saves, not earth shattering and the closest we came to scoring was when Lallana popped one on the crossbar. The Wigan coach soon figured us out stifled us in midfield and the rest was history and obviously it wasn't the only reason I was home but the reason I was home at that time. Waht I didn't see that day was any one of our players with a real desire to win the game, hence the crowd was quiet and the game petered out. I really appreciate the job NA and his team have done, I am just not sure if he has the tools in his bag to survive in the EPL. I hope he does but as a Project Manager of some 25 years I can tell you now KPI's dont turn an average team into a winning team. The only KPI he really needs to work on is "we ship more goals that we score" Snebs
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5:35pm Tue 16 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends angus mc coatup
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6:35pm Tue 16 Oct 12

saintshorse101 says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
poopey till you die, do you really think you can have a dig at southampton fc for being `entertaining`? your poor excuse for a club has given us some of the most `entertaining` moments in football for years! how many admins, who owns and when, whos selling to who? you couldnt make it up! even eastenders wouldnt have a story like that!

on a serious note, is Birch not doing a deal yet as he knows that channers wont pass the fit and proper test and the trust havent got the funds? is he trying to get another real bidder in before he has to fold your club? i dont think it looks good for you!
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]poopey till you die, do you really think you can have a dig at southampton fc for being `entertaining`? your poor excuse for a club has given us some of the most `entertaining` moments in football for years! how many admins, who owns and when, whos selling to who? you couldnt make it up! even eastenders wouldnt have a story like that! on a serious note, is Birch not doing a deal yet as he knows that channers wont pass the fit and proper test and the trust havent got the funds? is he trying to get another real bidder in before he has to fold your club? i dont think it looks good for you! saintshorse101
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9:10pm Tue 16 Oct 12

hates the skates says...

dunno about entetaining, nailbiting yes!!
dunno about entetaining, nailbiting yes!! hates the skates
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9:12pm Tue 16 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends
Shellfish if you ask me.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends[/p][/quote]Shellfish if you ask me. OSPREYSAINT
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9:13pm Tue 16 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

St Retford wrote:
Snebs wrote:
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
Did you really travel 6,000 miles just to watch the Wigan game?
He has posted the same tale twice so I guess he did.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Snebs[/bold] wrote: Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.[/p][/quote]Did you really travel 6,000 miles just to watch the Wigan game?[/p][/quote]He has posted the same tale twice so I guess he did. OSPREYSAINT
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9:14pm Tue 16 Oct 12

hates the skates says...

and may i add im taking my 4 yr old boy to upton park on saturday, see what he can make of the shambles we call a defence-allegedly-. he makes more sense than most people on here!!!!! ptid?/ can u actually read???????
and may i add im taking my 4 yr old boy to upton park on saturday, see what he can make of the shambles we call a defence-allegedly-. he makes more sense than most people on here!!!!! ptid?/ can u actually read??????? hates the skates
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9:21pm Tue 16 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends
Shellfish if you ask me.
well, I whelkome your opinion!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends[/p][/quote]Shellfish if you ask me.[/p][/quote]well, I whelkome your opinion! angus mc coatup
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9:27pm Tue 16 Oct 12

hates the skates says...

Snebs wrote:
Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.
whats wrong with signing mikel sivestre for 3 months or so hes a free agent and he has to b better than the crap we got calling their self defenders at the moment!!! surely the ostrich wit his head in the sand knows this........NA., any one know his email, or someone wit a size 12??? to give him a kick in the **** and free his head and then he might just might see it how we see it, if not specsavers do good deal on glasses dont they??? think his are broke
[quote][p][bold]Snebs[/bold] wrote: Well I travelled 6000 miles to see the Wigan game and not sure I felt I was entertained that day. I would much rather be bored at the moment and win 1-0 please Nigel. I guess it is entertaining for the tv pundits to watch our defense run around like headless chickens or wait for Nigel to come out and espouse about KPI's. Frankly I am very concerned that Nigel has run out of ideas and managerial methods by which he can motivate the team. Perhaps an older and wiser defensive coach that can talk football may be a good idea NC please.[/p][/quote]whats wrong with signing mikel sivestre for 3 months or so hes a free agent and he has to b better than the crap we got calling their self defenders at the moment!!! surely the ostrich wit his head in the sand knows this........NA., any one know his email, or someone wit a size 12??? to give him a kick in the **** and free his head and then he might just might see it how we see it, if not specsavers do good deal on glasses dont they??? think his are broke hates the skates
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9:31pm Tue 16 Oct 12

hates the skates says...

rpjcheney wrote:
It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher,

On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?
yeah the dick attached to your head!!!!! ha ha-u left ur self open to that
[quote][p][bold]rpjcheney[/bold] wrote: It should be "is the Echo". All organisations are in the singular that way. I learnt that one the hard way after being persistently picked up on that by my grammar nazi teacher, On the biological front, I have a little teaser for you: What is the only muscle in the male body that is connected at one end rather than two?[/p][/quote]yeah the dick attached to your head!!!!! ha ha-u left ur self open to that hates the skates
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9:31pm Tue 16 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends
Shellfish if you ask me.
well, I whelkome your opinion!
Oysters them up, winkle out the bores, they clam up and we don't get their pearls of wisdom.
[quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends[/p][/quote]Shellfish if you ask me.[/p][/quote]well, I whelkome your opinion![/p][/quote]Oysters them up, winkle out the bores, they clam up and we don't get their pearls of wisdom. OSPREYSAINT
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9:42pm Tue 16 Oct 12

angus mc coatup says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends
Shellfish if you ask me.
well, I whelkome your opinion!
Oysters them up, winkle out the bores, they clam up and we don't get their pearls of wisdom.
warms the cockles ov me art so It does!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]angus mc coatup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]this mussel is definitely detatched at both ends[/p][/quote]Shellfish if you ask me.[/p][/quote]well, I whelkome your opinion![/p][/quote]Oysters them up, winkle out the bores, they clam up and we don't get their pearls of wisdom.[/p][/quote]warms the cockles ov me art so It does! angus mc coatup
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10:00pm Tue 16 Oct 12

randre says...

PTID1898 wrote:
I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP
If you really do want a pup I can put you in touch with a seller, they are members of the kennel club too. Let me know puppy boy.
[quote][p][bold]PTID1898[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't call it entertaining,I would call it comical and laughable as you keep leaking goals and there is more to come starting at West Ham,how many you going to let in this week I say another 3,PUP[/p][/quote]If you really do want a pup I can put you in touch with a seller, they are members of the kennel club too. Let me know puppy boy. randre
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10:01pm Tue 16 Oct 12

holburyhalo says...

PTID & PUP you have necks like jockeys bollards,because the mouth have been the biggist comic series since dads army & the two ronnies its just a shame nobodies doing porridge
PTID & PUP you have necks like jockeys bollards,because the mouth have been the biggist comic series since dads army & the two ronnies its just a shame nobodies doing porridge holburyhalo
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11:22pm Tue 16 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

holburyhalo wrote:
PTID & PUP you have necks like jockeys bollards,because the mouth have been the biggist comic series since dads army & the two ronnies its just a shame nobodies doing porridge
I disagree, the worst comedy script writer in the world couldn't make up whats happening at Nottarf. It might be a source of bemusement to us, it is very sad for them.
[quote][p][bold]holburyhalo[/bold] wrote: PTID & PUP you have necks like jockeys bollards,because the mouth have been the biggist comic series since dads army & the two ronnies its just a shame nobodies doing porridge[/p][/quote]I disagree, the worst comedy script writer in the world couldn't make up whats happening at Nottarf. It might be a source of bemusement to us, it is very sad for them. OSPREYSAINT
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