Southampton hoping to improve Premier League record against London clubs

Saints hoping to end capital woe

James Beattie against Spurs in 2003

James Beattie celebrates against Spurs in 2003

First published in Saints News

IT is a litany of woe that Saints hope to end when they return to London on Saturday.

Saints beat West Ham when they last played a Premier League game at Upton Park ten years ago, James Beattie scoring the only goal in the final minute.

But Saints lost their previous four Premier League games at West Ham without getting on the scoresheet.

And they return on Saturday hoping for their first win in the capital in 12 attempts.

Not since the 3-1 vanquishing of Spurs in September 2003 - a result that prompted the sacking of Glenn Hoddle – have Saints left London with three Premier League points.

Saints have only notched three top-flight victories in their last 33 visits to the Big Smoke, a 4-2 win at Chelsea on New Year’s Day 2002 being their only other 21st century Premier League success in the capital.

Beattie was on the scoresheet in all three of those London wins, netting twice at Spurs and another brace at Stamford Bridge, pre-Roman Abramovich.

They are precious memories amidst a disastrous record of 20 defeats in 33 matches.

Two 6-1 hammerings at Arsenal - at Highbury a few days before the sides contested the 2003 FA Cup final and at the Emirates last month - and a couple of thrashings at Spurs (5-1 and 7-2) have contributed to the concession of 70 goals in that time.

Saints' record against London clubs in the Premier League since 2000:

2012/13
L Arsenal 6-1 (15/9)

2004/05
D Crystal Palace 2-2 (7/5)
L Spurs 5-1 (18/12)
D Arsenal 2-2 (30/10)
L Fulham 1-0 (25/9)
D Charlton 0-0 (13/9)
L Chelsea 2-1 (28/8)

2003/04
L Charlton 2-1 (15/5)
L Chelsea 4-0 (1/5)
L Arsenal 2-0 (10/2)
L Fulham 2-0 (26/12)
W SPURS 1-3 (20/9)

2002/03
L Arsenal 6-1 (7/5)
L Charlton 2-1 (26/4)
D Fulham 2-2 (15/3)
D Chelsea 0-0 (26/12)
W WEST HAM 0-1 (2/12)
L Spurs 2-1 (31/8)

2001/02
D Charlton 1-1 (13/4)
D Arsenal 1-1 (2/2)
W CHELSEA 2-4 (1/1)
L Fulham (27/10)
L West Ham (20/10)
L Spurs 2-0 (9/9)

2000/01
L West Ham 3-0 (5/5)
L Chelsea 1-0 (14/4)
D Spurs 0-0 (20/1)
L Arsenal 1-0 (2/12)
D Charlton 1-1 (6/9)
D Chelsea 1-1 (25/3)
L Spurs 7-2 (11/3)
L West Ham 2-0 (8/3)
L Arsenal 3-1 (26/2)

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1:29pm Wed 17 Oct 12

St Retford says...

Let's rise up and smash capital-ism.

(Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.)
Let's rise up and smash capital-ism. (Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.) St Retford
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1:57pm Wed 17 Oct 12

seventh-junction says...

That's what we need, a nice positive report before we go to East London.
Reverse psychology sometimes works wonders!
COYR
That's what we need, a nice positive report before we go to East London. Reverse psychology sometimes works wonders! COYR seventh-junction
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2:49pm Wed 17 Oct 12

franiow says...

I know we are both different teams now, but we did manage to beat WHU last year.
I know we are both different teams now, but we did manage to beat WHU last year. franiow
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2:58pm Wed 17 Oct 12

billythesaint says...

0-0 for me. Just because we have to keep a clean sheet eventually and their defence is pretty good this season.
0-0 for me. Just because we have to keep a clean sheet eventually and their defence is pretty good this season. billythesaint
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3:25pm Wed 17 Oct 12

City Saint says...

billythesaint wrote:
0-0 for me. Just because we have to keep a clean sheet eventually and their defence is pretty good this season.
I would like to see a solid performance at the back and a clean sheet, so I would also take 0-0.
[quote][p][bold]billythesaint[/bold] wrote: 0-0 for me. Just because we have to keep a clean sheet eventually and their defence is pretty good this season.[/p][/quote]I would like to see a solid performance at the back and a clean sheet, so I would also take 0-0. City Saint
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3:39pm Wed 17 Oct 12

CB FRY LIVES says...

St Retford wrote:
Let's rise up and smash capital-ism.

(Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.)
POWER to C and A'S RED ARMY.CHAIRMAN MAO CHAIRMAN CORTESE 3 POINTS TO THE SUPER SAINTS.WE SHALL HAMMER WEST HAM and make their supporters SICK-LE.HASTA LA REVOLUTION.A HAT TRICK IS WANTED FROM CITIZEN RICARDO LAMBERTO.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Let's rise up and smash capital-ism. (Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.)[/p][/quote]POWER to C and A'S RED ARMY.CHAIRMAN MAO CHAIRMAN CORTESE 3 POINTS TO THE SUPER SAINTS.WE SHALL HAMMER WEST HAM and make their supporters SICK-LE.HASTA LA REVOLUTION.A HAT TRICK IS WANTED FROM CITIZEN RICARDO LAMBERTO. CB FRY LIVES
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3:45pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Alicesdad says...

CB FRY LIVES wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Let's rise up and smash capital-ism.

(Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.)
POWER to C and A'S RED ARMY.CHAIRMAN MAO CHAIRMAN CORTESE 3 POINTS TO THE SUPER SAINTS.WE SHALL HAMMER WEST HAM and make their supporters SICK-LE.HASTA LA REVOLUTION.A HAT TRICK IS WANTED FROM CITIZEN RICARDO LAMBERTO.
Can't argue with this.

Always good to be positive.
[quote][p][bold]CB FRY LIVES[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: Let's rise up and smash capital-ism. (Subs - you get the general idea. Something along these lines will do.)[/p][/quote]POWER to C and A'S RED ARMY.CHAIRMAN MAO CHAIRMAN CORTESE 3 POINTS TO THE SUPER SAINTS.WE SHALL HAMMER WEST HAM and make their supporters SICK-LE.HASTA LA REVOLUTION.A HAT TRICK IS WANTED FROM CITIZEN RICARDO LAMBERTO.[/p][/quote]Can't argue with this. Always good to be positive. Alicesdad
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4:09pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Velleity says...

Interesting approach, to cite our record against teams in the capital in the Premier League rather than looking more recently, like last year, when our results were:

1-1 Wet Spam
3-2 Milwall
2-0 Crystal Palace

Or the year before with:

1-1 Charlton
2-0 Orient
3-0 Brentford

Year before 4 draws. Can't be bothered to look further back.

I normally don't go with the Daily Echo Negativity conspiracy theory but the headline could just as well have been "Saints look to continue ten game London away unbeaten streak"

Pshaw!
Interesting approach, to cite our record against teams in the capital in the Premier League rather than looking more recently, like last year, when our results were: 1-1 Wet Spam 3-2 Milwall 2-0 Crystal Palace Or the year before with: 1-1 Charlton 2-0 Orient 3-0 Brentford Year before 4 draws. Can't be bothered to look further back. I normally don't go with the Daily Echo Negativity conspiracy theory but the headline could just as well have been "Saints look to continue ten game London away unbeaten streak" Pshaw! Velleity
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4:37pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Jesus_02 says...

So its official, Saints dont exist unless in the Premier League.
So its official, Saints dont exist unless in the Premier League. Jesus_02
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5:28pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Confucious says...

A "Litany of Woe" is far too miserable. Those religious types can get a bit too gloomy for football.

We could, however, employ the "Litany of the Saints". Fans at Wet Spam should remember though that "Ora pro nobis" invokes one Saint but "Orate pro nobis" invokes the whole team. We wouldn't want those ill educated East End dregs taking the p!ss out of our command Latin.
A "Litany of Woe" is far too miserable. Those religious types can get a bit too gloomy for football. We could, however, employ the "Litany of the Saints". Fans at Wet Spam should remember though that "Ora pro nobis" invokes one Saint but "Orate pro nobis" invokes the whole team. We wouldn't want those ill educated East End dregs taking the p!ss out of our command Latin. Confucious
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5:57pm Wed 17 Oct 12

cantthinkofone says...

Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them.

And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016.

- From a Spurs fan
Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them. And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016. - From a Spurs fan cantthinkofone
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6:23pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Lonestar Saint says...

Im still not worried. What ever happens at Wet Spam It will not be long before we go on a six or seven match unbeaten run.
Im still not worried. What ever happens at Wet Spam It will not be long before we go on a six or seven match unbeaten run. Lonestar Saint
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6:37pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Rob The Saint NOT in NZ says...

I'm not worried either.

Now, being a Poopee fan - that would be worrying!

COYR - get a win on Saturday & let's see if the Echo will then put out a positive Saints headline at 5pm!
I'm not worried either. Now, being a Poopee fan - that would be worrying! COYR - get a win on Saturday & let's see if the Echo will then put out a positive Saints headline at 5pm! Rob The Saint NOT in NZ
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6:59pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Matt Allen says...

I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority
I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority Matt Allen
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7:00pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Velleity says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them.

And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016.

- From a Spurs fan
Thank you - glad to see you here: I can't disagree with you. I think we're going to find the current wobble from some fans amusing when we look at it from the other end of the season. We have a great squad (when everyone's fit) and we can expect things to improve as we find our feet.

Thanks again.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them. And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016. - From a Spurs fan[/p][/quote]Thank you - glad to see you here: I can't disagree with you. I think we're going to find the current wobble from some fans amusing when we look at it from the other end of the season. We have a great squad (when everyone's fit) and we can expect things to improve as we find our feet. Thanks again. Velleity
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7:35pm Wed 17 Oct 12

cantthinkofone says...

Velleity wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them.

And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016.

- From a Spurs fan
Thank you - glad to see you here: I can't disagree with you. I think we're going to find the current wobble from some fans amusing when we look at it from the other end of the season. We have a great squad (when everyone's fit) and we can expect things to improve as we find our feet.

Thanks again.
I guess I can't claim to be totally unbiased to be honest. Born a Spurs fan, but lived down here as a nipper for a bit and saw Shearer, Flowers, Ruddock, Benali (!) etc at the Dell a few times, so I've always had a soft spot for Saints and wanted you back in the prem. Real shame that the Redknapp thing caused some bad blood between the clubs.

Nonetheless, I do think you've got a decent squad, easily good enough to stay up. In addition, you seem to have one of the best youth coaching setups in the country, and if you can carry on bringing talent through like you have (whether they stay with you or are sold to fund development), then you'll have nothing to fear, and should be looking to push on in the future. Adkins has done a great job so far - and has you playing attractive football to boot - it will take him a season to work out the Premiership, but after that I'd not be surprised to see him talked about in the same way that Brendan Rogers and Paul Lambert were last year. Hope the board keep faith with him.

There's only two games each season that I want you lot to lose. ;-)

(plus cups :-D)
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: Wet Spam are rubbish, and Saints will batter them. And the squad (and performances so far) are easily good enough to stay up this season. No need to panic at all. Survival this season, consolidation the next, then looking to push for a UEFA spot by 2016. - From a Spurs fan[/p][/quote]Thank you - glad to see you here: I can't disagree with you. I think we're going to find the current wobble from some fans amusing when we look at it from the other end of the season. We have a great squad (when everyone's fit) and we can expect things to improve as we find our feet. Thanks again.[/p][/quote]I guess I can't claim to be totally unbiased to be honest. Born a Spurs fan, but lived down here as a nipper for a bit and saw Shearer, Flowers, Ruddock, Benali (!) etc at the Dell a few times, so I've always had a soft spot for Saints and wanted you back in the prem. Real shame that the Redknapp thing caused some bad blood between the clubs. Nonetheless, I do think you've got a decent squad, easily good enough to stay up. In addition, you seem to have one of the best youth coaching setups in the country, and if you can carry on bringing talent through like you have (whether they stay with you or are sold to fund development), then you'll have nothing to fear, and should be looking to push on in the future. Adkins has done a great job so far - and has you playing attractive football to boot - it will take him a season to work out the Premiership, but after that I'd not be surprised to see him talked about in the same way that Brendan Rogers and Paul Lambert were last year. Hope the board keep faith with him. There's only two games each season that I want you lot to lose. ;-) (plus cups :-D) cantthinkofone
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7:37pm Wed 17 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Matt Allen wrote:
I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority
Keeping him quiet may be difficult too. Signed: A Pedant.
[quote][p][bold]Matt Allen[/bold] wrote: I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority[/p][/quote]Keeping him quiet may be difficult too. Signed: A Pedant. OSPREYSAINT
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8:04pm Wed 17 Oct 12

cantthinkofone says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Matt Allen wrote:
I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority
Keeping him quiet may be difficult too. Signed: A Pedant.
Important if your not going to loose though.

;-)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Matt Allen[/bold] wrote: I would take a point right now. Keeping Carroll quite will our biggest priority[/p][/quote]Keeping him quiet may be difficult too. Signed: A Pedant.[/p][/quote]Important if your not going to loose though. ;-) cantthinkofone
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9:00pm Wed 17 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Quite I should of thought of that
Quite I should of thought of that OSPREYSAINT
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9:02pm Wed 17 Oct 12

slugger says...

red army 1 ........ going to the match sat with a die hard wham fan (my cousins hubby) and am out drinking with him after ........... should i wear my colours ? .......... COYR !
red army 1 ........ going to the match sat with a die hard wham fan (my cousins hubby) and am out drinking with him after ........... should i wear my colours ? .......... COYR ! slugger
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9:02pm Wed 17 Oct 12

RedArmy1 says...

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

WE EXPECT A FIGHTING PERFORMANCE FROM THE TEAM AND A WIN.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. WE EXPECT A FIGHTING PERFORMANCE FROM THE TEAM AND A WIN. RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY. RedArmy1
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9:23pm Wed 17 Oct 12

holburyhalo says...

Been a couple of times to the claret & blues and made know secret of being a saints fan & got on very well with the cocked knee's.
Been a couple of times to the claret & blues and made know secret of being a saints fan & got on very well with the cocked knee's. holburyhalo
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11:02pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Snebs says...

hope we do win, I suspect we will be very pleased with a draw. Will be interesting to see how we try and play Carroll. I wonder if we will see the new GK play.......sicknote Lee maybe and who will be in defense...fingers crossed for a good result
hope we do win, I suspect we will be very pleased with a draw. Will be interesting to see how we try and play Carroll. I wonder if we will see the new GK play.......sicknote Lee maybe and who will be in defense...fingers crossed for a good result Snebs
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11:17pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Strasbourg Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Quite I should of thought of that
'of', Osprey?

You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Quite I should of thought of that[/p][/quote]'of', Osprey? You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better. Strasbourg Saint
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11:18pm Wed 17 Oct 12

st1halo says...

End capital woe and give us capital Whoa!

STID
End capital woe and give us capital Whoa! STID st1halo
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11:19pm Wed 17 Oct 12

saintand266 says...

Looking forward to a 1-0 win for us on Saturday with Guly coming of the bench and scoring the all important goal !
Looking forward to a 1-0 win for us on Saturday with Guly coming of the bench and scoring the all important goal ! saintand266
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7:59am Thu 18 Oct 12

puppy saint says...

I shall be in attendance.
I shall be in attendance. puppy saint
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8:44am Thu 18 Oct 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Quite I should of thought of that
'of', Osprey?

You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better.
I was being cheeky, the use of "of" when it should be "have" is one of my pet hates, is this how it is taught in schools these days? Remember the Spelling and Grammar Police give up their time freely, we have a Special "No Money Back Guarantee". Looking at the 11:19 p.m. post I think Guly should be coming off the bench, not of it!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Quite I should of thought of that[/p][/quote]'of', Osprey? You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better.[/p][/quote]I was being cheeky, the use of "of" when it should be "have" is one of my pet hates, is this how it is taught in schools these days? Remember the Spelling and Grammar Police give up their time freely, we have a Special "No Money Back Guarantee". Looking at the 11:19 p.m. post I think Guly should be coming off the bench, not of it! OSPREYSAINT
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8:48am Thu 18 Oct 12

GX Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Quite I should of thought of that
'of', Osprey? You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better.
I was being cheeky, the use of "of" when it should be "have" is one of my pet hates, is this how it is taught in schools these days? Remember the Spelling and Grammar Police give up their time freely, we have a Special "No Money Back Guarantee". Looking at the 11:19 p.m. post I think Guly should be coming off the bench, not of it!
He might as well be coming on it for all the use he is if you believe some of the posters
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Quite I should of thought of that[/p][/quote]'of', Osprey? You're playing with us, aren't you? If not, you should HAVE known better.[/p][/quote]I was being cheeky, the use of "of" when it should be "have" is one of my pet hates, is this how it is taught in schools these days? Remember the Spelling and Grammar Police give up their time freely, we have a Special "No Money Back Guarantee". Looking at the 11:19 p.m. post I think Guly should be coming off the bench, not of it![/p][/quote]He might as well be coming on it for all the use he is if you believe some of the posters GX Saint
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1:14pm Thu 18 Oct 12

TEBOURBA says...

As a critical friend of the Saints, I can't see our record improving against WHU.
Hammers are a very strong physical team, who aren't afraid to put it about and with Cole and Carroll up front they will overrun Saints poor defence.
I think Hammers will win by two clear goals.
I expect the happy clappies will say the boorer is at it again but a critical friend is more helpful to a person or Company
than a sycophant.
Let's be fair this column is full of sycophants who think NC walks on water, the sun shines out of NA's backside and every Saints' player is the best in the World!
Before the season started I said that the defence and goalkeeper needed to be strengthened, after 2 games I said that NA needed someone with PL experience to lean on.
With 4 points from a possible 21, I've been proved right.
My views on NC are supported by MLT, one of the greatest players ever to wear a Saints' shirt and once worshipped by the same happy clappies who are now scoffing at his views, how fickle can some people be?
If, as I predict Saints get hammered on Saturday, NA's future with the Saints will be in great danger, not from the vast majority of supporters but from NC who would sack him in the blink of an eye, just as he did the programme sellers who were supporting and serving Saints before he was born!
RYRIHF!!!!!!!
As a critical friend of the Saints, I can't see our record improving against WHU. Hammers are a very strong physical team, who aren't afraid to put it about and with Cole and Carroll up front they will overrun Saints poor defence. I think Hammers will win by two clear goals. I expect the happy clappies will say the boorer is at it again but a critical friend is more helpful to a person or Company than a sycophant. Let's be fair this column is full of sycophants who think NC walks on water, the sun shines out of NA's backside and every Saints' player is the best in the World! Before the season started I said that the defence and goalkeeper needed to be strengthened, after 2 games I said that NA needed someone with PL experience to lean on. With 4 points from a possible 21, I've been proved right. My views on NC are supported by MLT, one of the greatest players ever to wear a Saints' shirt and once worshipped by the same happy clappies who are now scoffing at his views, how fickle can some people be? If, as I predict Saints get hammered on Saturday, NA's future with the Saints will be in great danger, not from the vast majority of supporters but from NC who would sack him in the blink of an eye, just as he did the programme sellers who were supporting and serving Saints before he was born! RYRIHF!!!!!!! TEBOURBA
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4:16pm Thu 18 Oct 12

Mush On The Beach says...

Looks like nobody is prepared to listen to you Eric Olthwaite. Remember you are 1st class bore!!!!!
Looks like nobody is prepared to listen to you Eric Olthwaite. Remember you are 1st class bore!!!!! Mush On The Beach
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6:58pm Thu 18 Oct 12

Velleity says...

Thanks, Mush, I'd forgotten good old Eric Olthwaite.

"You know Howard Molson? He's got a new shovel. He's goin' ter put it next to the other one'"

Just like Teborebore, a self-proclaimed "friend of the Saints" (sic)
Thanks, Mush, I'd forgotten good old Eric Olthwaite. "You know Howard Molson? He's got a new shovel. He's goin' ter put it next to the other one'" Just like Teborebore, a self-proclaimed "friend of the Saints" (sic) Velleity
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9:18pm Fri 19 Oct 12

hates the skates says...

Velleity wrote:
Interesting approach, to cite our record against teams in the capital in the Premier League rather than looking more recently, like last year, when our results were:

1-1 Wet Spam
3-2 Milwall
2-0 Crystal Palace

Or the year before with:

1-1 Charlton
2-0 Orient
3-0 Brentford

Year before 4 draws. Can't be bothered to look further back.

I normally don't go with the Daily Echo Negativity conspiracy theory but the headline could just as well have been "Saints look to continue ten game London away unbeaten streak"

Pshaw!
ARSENAL? DID U FORGET THAT?
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: Interesting approach, to cite our record against teams in the capital in the Premier League rather than looking more recently, like last year, when our results were: 1-1 Wet Spam 3-2 Milwall 2-0 Crystal Palace Or the year before with: 1-1 Charlton 2-0 Orient 3-0 Brentford Year before 4 draws. Can't be bothered to look further back. I normally don't go with the Daily Echo Negativity conspiracy theory but the headline could just as well have been "Saints look to continue ten game London away unbeaten streak" Pshaw![/p][/quote]ARSENAL? DID U FORGET THAT? hates the skates
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