Luke Shaw has no intention of leaving Saints this month

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Highly sought-after Luke Shaw has no intention of leaving Saints this month.

That's the view of his St Mary's team-mate James Ward-Prowse, who believes there is nowhere better for a young player to be right now.

Saints' focus on home-grown talent is well documented, with eight British players featuring in yesterday's frenetic 2-2 draw with league leaders Arsenal.

Five of those progressed through the club's much-vaunted youth system, which in recent years has produced the likes of Gareth Bale, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Teenage left-back Shaw is the latest potential star and is attracting a lot of interest from the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea.

However, the 18-year-old has no intention of jumping ship any time soon and team-mate Ward-Prowse, himself only 19, believes St Mary's is the best place for him.

"Obviously there is a little bit of banter flying around about the headlines, but that is just normal in football," the midfielder said.

"His feet are on the ground, his head at the right place at the moment and he put in a great performance against Arsenal.

"He is settled, that is the main thing. You can see the fans love him as well, which is a good thing. This is the best club to be at at the moment."

While Shaw is set to remain at St Mary's, the same cannot be said for club-record signing Dani Osvaldo.

Signed to much fanfare from Roma in the summer, the Italy international has failed to impress at St Mary's and looks to be on his way out after an altercation with team-mate Jose Fonte.

The incident saw Saints - not for the first time in 2014 - make the wrong kind of headlines, but Ward-Prowse says team morale has not been hit.

"It hasn't really affected us in a bad way," he said. "I think the camaraderie in the camp and everyone's positivity has resulted in us ignoring those off-the-field issues.

"Like you saw against Arsenal and against Yeovil at the weekend, our performances have not been affected."

So impressive was Saints' display against league leaders Arsenal that the players left the field disappointed to have only taken a point.

Fonte put Saints deservedly ahead during an impressive first-half display, only for quick-fire goals from Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla to turn the match on its head soon after half-time.

Adam Lallana's strike ensured a point but, given Mathieu Flamini was sent off late on, it was a chance missed for Saints.

"In the end it was a good point," Ward-Prowse added. "All the lads are disappointed to lose out to two goals early in the second half, but we fought back and showed great spirit.

"It was frustrating and we outplayed them in the first half. We stuck in there, showed character and got a point."

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3:29pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Poglong Perry says...

It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.
It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer. Poglong Perry

3:36pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Prit says...

Poglong Perry wrote:
It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.
There's cheerful !!!
[quote][p][bold]Poglong Perry[/bold] wrote: It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.[/p][/quote]There's cheerful !!! Prit

3:38pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Poglong Perry wrote:
It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.
That's what they said about Leighton Baines. He signed a new contract yesterday.
[quote][p][bold]Poglong Perry[/bold] wrote: It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.[/p][/quote]That's what they said about Leighton Baines. He signed a new contract yesterday. Santa Retfordia

3:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Dave Juson says...

If this story does not win a Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism this year I will stop looking to find the right change while shopping for an afternoon.
If this story does not win a Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism this year I will stop looking to find the right change while shopping for an afternoon. Dave Juson

3:44pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint! gringoSaint

3:44pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Dave Juson says...

STOP PRESS: I have no intention of leaving Saints this month either.
Is there anybody else out there who would like to make an incontrovertible statement of the obvious on this thread?
STOP PRESS: I have no intention of leaving Saints this month either. Is there anybody else out there who would like to make an incontrovertible statement of the obvious on this thread? Dave Juson

3:55pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Little Hitler says...

So someone who isn't Luke Shaw has not said whether he is or isn't leaving?

Have I got this right?
So someone who isn't Luke Shaw has not said whether he is or isn't leaving? Have I got this right? Little Hitler

4:00pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Dave Juson says...

Little Hitler wrote:
So someone who isn't Luke Shaw has not said whether he is or isn't leaving?

Have I got this right?
I think you have hit the nail on the head there.
Are you changing your allegiance this month? Echo readers have the right to know
[quote][p][bold]Little Hitler[/bold] wrote: So someone who isn't Luke Shaw has not said whether he is or isn't leaving? Have I got this right?[/p][/quote]I think you have hit the nail on the head there. Are you changing your allegiance this month? Echo readers have the right to know Dave Juson

4:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Saint Jinx says...

gringoSaint wrote:
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment.
It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U..

I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude.

I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
[quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart. Saint Jinx

4:48pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment.
It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U..

I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude.

I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here!

Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that! gringoSaint

4:55pm Wed 29 Jan 14

mack chinnon says...

gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment.
It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U..

I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude.

I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here!

Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon.
[quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon. mack chinnon

4:59pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Blackknight says...

Lets just hope if when Saints sell Shaw its not for some pathetically low fee only to see hi sold on for £80 million + a few years later.
Lets just hope if when Saints sell Shaw its not for some pathetically low fee only to see hi sold on for £80 million + a few years later. Blackknight

5:10pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Alicesdad says...

Just so you can all sleep easy tonight I'm not leaving this month to join Man Utd either, or Chelsea, or Man City, or Liverpool or Arsenal.

James Ward-Prowse does not know this so any comment he makes to the Echo about me is completely without foundation.

MoPo and Katharina are aware of my position. Well, they will be once they read this.
Just so you can all sleep easy tonight I'm not leaving this month to join Man Utd either, or Chelsea, or Man City, or Liverpool or Arsenal. James Ward-Prowse does not know this so any comment he makes to the Echo about me is completely without foundation. MoPo and Katharina are aware of my position. Well, they will be once they read this. Alicesdad

5:18pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

mack chinnon wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment.
It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U..

I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude.

I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here!

Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon.
Looks like we have the making of a 'Mexican Saints' supporters club!
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon.[/p][/quote]Looks like we have the making of a 'Mexican Saints' supporters club! gringoSaint

5:27pm Wed 29 Jan 14

bullsbags says...

Not going anywhere this month!
Chelsea will come calling in the summer.Straight swap for Lukaku simple
Not going anywhere this month! Chelsea will come calling in the summer.Straight swap for Lukaku simple bullsbags

5:32pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

Poglong Perry wrote:
It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.
Maybe it is and maybe it isn't. If he were to go it would be for huge money plus conditions. That would be enough to buy a very adequate replacement plus another top player. Or to put it another way around double Saint Marcus's initial investment in the club. Or something you might understand, around thirty times the value of the skunts. But then again of course we would probable promote yet another young star from the Academy
[quote][p][bold]Poglong Perry[/bold] wrote: It's only delaying the inevitable, he will be gone by the end of the summer.[/p][/quote]Maybe it is and maybe it isn't. If he were to go it would be for huge money plus conditions. That would be enough to buy a very adequate replacement plus another top player. Or to put it another way around double Saint Marcus's initial investment in the club. Or something you might understand, around thirty times the value of the skunts. But then again of course we would probable promote yet another young star from the Academy Clever Dick

5:46pm Wed 29 Jan 14

likewatchingbrazil says...

Luke will stay as he has seen how cr@p Alex Ox is now after his foolish move.
Luke will stay as he has seen how cr@p Alex Ox is now after his foolish move. likewatchingbrazil

5:53pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Malcombe says...

Luke Shaw signed a 5 year Contract last year and wants to stay and the Manager and everyone else want him to stay, In my opinion the way to stop this rubbish is for Saints to put a £80 million price tag on him that will keep the ruddy pest away and lets face it he hasn't stop growing COYR
Luke Shaw signed a 5 year Contract last year and wants to stay and the Manager and everyone else want him to stay, In my opinion the way to stop this rubbish is for Saints to put a £80 million price tag on him that will keep the ruddy pest away and lets face it he hasn't stop growing COYR Malcombe

6:08pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Saint Jinx says...

gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'.

It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
[quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse. Saint Jinx

6:12pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Oh yes what a team stick together Lads!
Oh yes what a team stick together Lads! Fatty x Ford Worker

6:36pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Saint Jinx says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
Btw, "güero' can refer to blond hair, but in the Mexican context it normally refers to the colour of the skin, i.e. fair-skinned. My wife was often called "güerita' because she was quite light-skinned. They have a thing about colour here - referring to people as el güero', el moreno, el negro. Imagine if that happened in the UK - all hell would break loose. It all harps back to the hierarchy of the colonial days, which was categorised by colour - top dogs being Spaniards from Spain, followed by criollos (creoles) - Spaniards born in LA, Mestizos, etc. right down to the poor black people at the bottom of the ladder. Will mankind never learn!
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.[/p][/quote]Btw, "güero' can refer to blond hair, but in the Mexican context it normally refers to the colour of the skin, i.e. fair-skinned. My wife was often called "güerita' because she was quite light-skinned. They have a thing about colour here - referring to people as el güero', el moreno, el negro. Imagine if that happened in the UK - all hell would break loose. It all harps back to the hierarchy of the colonial days, which was categorised by colour - top dogs being Spaniards from Spain, followed by criollos (creoles) - Spaniards born in LA, Mestizos, etc. right down to the poor black people at the bottom of the ladder. Will mankind never learn! Saint Jinx

6:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Folkestone Saint says...

Yet again I see the mirror is trying to sell our players, Luke to Chelsea in the summer, they never give it a rest, is the sports editor a poopey fan
Yet again I see the mirror is trying to sell our players, Luke to Chelsea in the summer, they never give it a rest, is the sports editor a poopey fan Folkestone Saint

6:44pm Wed 29 Jan 14

DisplacedFan says...

mack chinnon wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment.
It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U..

I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude.

I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here!

Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon.
Can't beat San Diego!!
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Had a nice 3 weeks in Mexico last year on the Pacific side. Hoping to be out there again soon.[/p][/quote]Can't beat San Diego!! DisplacedFan

6:46pm Wed 29 Jan 14

J7junctionseven says...

Folkestone Saint wrote:
Yet again I see the mirror is trying to sell our players, Luke to Chelsea in the summer, they never give it a rest, is the sports editor a poopey fan
No, he can read and write. Admittedly he does let a lot of sh!te get printed though
[quote][p][bold]Folkestone Saint[/bold] wrote: Yet again I see the mirror is trying to sell our players, Luke to Chelsea in the summer, they never give it a rest, is the sports editor a poopey fan[/p][/quote]No, he can read and write. Admittedly he does let a lot of sh!te get printed though J7junctionseven

6:54pm Wed 29 Jan 14

DisplacedFan says...

Osvaldo to go out on loan to Juventus?
Osvaldo to go out on loan to Juventus? DisplacedFan

7:07pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@likewatchingbrazil

The OX Chamberlain made a foolish move really !

He's an International and he was at the Euro 2012 scored vs Brazil and you enjoy that goal I know you did !. He played in the Champions League, remember he still 20 still developing, he's likely to go to Brazil. As an Arsenal fan I can't let you talk dross about the OX he's just back from injury so please get your fact straight ! He's not wasted at all trust me! Now if Shaw decide to go to a team and Arsenal decide to bid for him I think he should go he's the best replacement for Sagna and he won't be wasted he would walking straight to the team believe me !
@likewatchingbrazil The OX Chamberlain made a foolish move really ! He's an International and he was at the Euro 2012 scored vs Brazil and you enjoy that goal I know you did !. He played in the Champions League, remember he still 20 still developing, he's likely to go to Brazil. As an Arsenal fan I can't let you talk dross about the OX he's just back from injury so please get your fact straight ! He's not wasted at all trust me! Now if Shaw decide to go to a team and Arsenal decide to bid for him I think he should go he's the best replacement for Sagna and he won't be wasted he would walking straight to the team believe me ! terrence77

7:25pm Wed 29 Jan 14

willygetaway says...

terrence77 wrote:
@likewatchingbrazil

The OX Chamberlain made a foolish move really !

He's an International and he was at the Euro 2012 scored vs Brazil and you enjoy that goal I know you did !. He played in the Champions League, remember he still 20 still developing, he's likely to go to Brazil. As an Arsenal fan I can't let you talk dross about the OX he's just back from injury so please get your fact straight ! He's not wasted at all trust me! Now if Shaw decide to go to a team and Arsenal decide to bid for him I think he should go he's the best replacement for Sagna and he won't be wasted he would walking straight to the team believe me !
here is the point, why dont you produce your own players and stop leaching off other teams that keep the England team alive ?
no doubt you have a good team all brought with a cheque book. if you had to compete on a level playing field you,de be playing the skunts at the week end no hop along you glory hunter and leave football to real fans
COYR
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: @likewatchingbrazil The OX Chamberlain made a foolish move really ! He's an International and he was at the Euro 2012 scored vs Brazil and you enjoy that goal I know you did !. He played in the Champions League, remember he still 20 still developing, he's likely to go to Brazil. As an Arsenal fan I can't let you talk dross about the OX he's just back from injury so please get your fact straight ! He's not wasted at all trust me! Now if Shaw decide to go to a team and Arsenal decide to bid for him I think he should go he's the best replacement for Sagna and he won't be wasted he would walking straight to the team believe me ![/p][/quote]here is the point, why dont you produce your own players and stop leaching off other teams that keep the England team alive ? no doubt you have a good team all brought with a cheque book. if you had to compete on a level playing field you,de be playing the skunts at the week end no hop along you glory hunter and leave football to real fans COYR willygetaway

7:36pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
Btw, "güero' can refer to blond hair, but in the Mexican context it normally refers to the colour of the skin, i.e. fair-skinned. My wife was often called "güerita' because she was quite light-skinned. They have a thing about colour here - referring to people as el güero', el moreno, el negro. Imagine if that happened in the UK - all hell would break loose. It all harps back to the hierarchy of the colonial days, which was categorised by colour - top dogs being Spaniards from Spain, followed by criollos (creoles) - Spaniards born in LA, Mestizos, etc. right down to the poor black people at the bottom of the ladder. Will mankind never learn!
Yeah, my girlfriend gets called güerita even though she is a Mexican national. I know it's a skin colour thing, but I'm pretty dark skinned (having some Indian ancestry) and it makes me laugh when someone with the same skin tone refers to me by that name! And you're right it's all to do with class as well I believe, it's shocking. I cringe at some football matches here, Mexico vs Jamaica at the Azteca was pretty painful as there were several racist chants that were hurled at some of the Jamaican players. Some of my Mexican friends say it's more of a nickname or a term of endearment, but to single someone out for a physical feature be it positive or negative is (thankfully) pretty alien to a lot from the UK nowadays. Although I think there's still a lot of progress to make, especially in football.
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.[/p][/quote]Btw, "güero' can refer to blond hair, but in the Mexican context it normally refers to the colour of the skin, i.e. fair-skinned. My wife was often called "güerita' because she was quite light-skinned. They have a thing about colour here - referring to people as el güero', el moreno, el negro. Imagine if that happened in the UK - all hell would break loose. It all harps back to the hierarchy of the colonial days, which was categorised by colour - top dogs being Spaniards from Spain, followed by criollos (creoles) - Spaniards born in LA, Mestizos, etc. right down to the poor black people at the bottom of the ladder. Will mankind never learn![/p][/quote]Yeah, my girlfriend gets called güerita even though she is a Mexican national. I know it's a skin colour thing, but I'm pretty dark skinned (having some Indian ancestry) and it makes me laugh when someone with the same skin tone refers to me by that name! And you're right it's all to do with class as well I believe, it's shocking. I cringe at some football matches here, Mexico vs Jamaica at the Azteca was pretty painful as there were several racist chants that were hurled at some of the Jamaican players. Some of my Mexican friends say it's more of a nickname or a term of endearment, but to single someone out for a physical feature be it positive or negative is (thankfully) pretty alien to a lot from the UK nowadays. Although I think there's still a lot of progress to make, especially in football. gringoSaint

7:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'.

It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through.
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.[/p][/quote]My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through. gringoSaint

7:46pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@willygetaway

That's the way it is top 4 team can offer him something that you can't at the moment well you will have to wait a good 3 or 4 years until you can offer him Champions league football. Do you think Luke Shaw will wait that long ?
@willygetaway That's the way it is top 4 team can offer him something that you can't at the moment well you will have to wait a good 3 or 4 years until you can offer him Champions league football. Do you think Luke Shaw will wait that long ? terrence77

7:49pm Wed 29 Jan 14

willygetaway says...

terrence77 wrote:
@willygetaway

That's the way it is top 4 team can offer him something that you can't at the moment well you will have to wait a good 3 or 4 years until you can offer him Champions league football. Do you think Luke Shaw will wait that long ?
judging by the way you played last night, he is far better off where he is
COYR
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: @willygetaway That's the way it is top 4 team can offer him something that you can't at the moment well you will have to wait a good 3 or 4 years until you can offer him Champions league football. Do you think Luke Shaw will wait that long ?[/p][/quote]judging by the way you played last night, he is far better off where he is COYR willygetaway

8:01pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league
Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league terrence77

8:31pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Egomaniac says...

I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames.

Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot.

Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not!
I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames. Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot. Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not! Egomaniac

8:35pm Wed 29 Jan 14

J7junctionseven says...

terrence77 wrote:
Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league
Typical glory hunter by the sounds of it. I bet you live in Eastleigh or Basingstoke or somewhere miles from the "Emirates Library"
We were without Wanyama, Lovren, Ramirez, Lambert and Clyne and still played you off the park for most of the game.
If the ref had not bottled the penalty shout we'd have taken all 3 points.
Can you tell me when you last won the Champions League?
I can remember Chelsea, Man Utd and Liverpool winning it but can't seem to remember when you won it. In fact I can remember as far back as 2005 but can't seem to remember you winning anything since then.
Proper world beaters aren't you...ha ha ha ha ha

Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd top four this season.
Enjoy the Europa League
COYR
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league[/p][/quote]Typical glory hunter by the sounds of it. I bet you live in Eastleigh or Basingstoke or somewhere miles from the "Emirates Library" We were without Wanyama, Lovren, Ramirez, Lambert and Clyne and still played you off the park for most of the game. If the ref had not bottled the penalty shout we'd have taken all 3 points. Can you tell me when you last won the Champions League? I can remember Chelsea, Man Utd and Liverpool winning it but can't seem to remember when you won it. In fact I can remember as far back as 2005 but can't seem to remember you winning anything since then. Proper world beaters aren't you...ha ha ha ha ha Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd top four this season. Enjoy the Europa League COYR J7junctionseven

8:37pm Wed 29 Jan 14

J7junctionseven says...

Egomaniac wrote:
I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames.

Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot.

Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not!
What about Jonathan Woss?
[quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames. Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot. Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not![/p][/quote]What about Jonathan Woss? J7junctionseven

8:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Egomaniac says...

terrence77 wrote:
Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league
Jealous - of Arsenal? I don't think so terrence77. May I point out we were short of Lambert, Osvaldo (self inflicted, but nevertheless missing) Wanyama and Rodriguez! You really should check your facts before going into print, because you can so easily look a little bit daft - oops, sorry, you have!!
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: Ramsey Still injured, Wilshere injured, Walcott injured, the OX just got back from injury so is Podolski same for Gibbs We didn't have a full squad you almost have a full squad and I have to admit you played really well but still 2-2. Don't be jealous because we are in the champions league[/p][/quote]Jealous - of Arsenal? I don't think so terrence77. May I point out we were short of Lambert, Osvaldo (self inflicted, but nevertheless missing) Wanyama and Rodriguez! You really should check your facts before going into print, because you can so easily look a little bit daft - oops, sorry, you have!! Egomaniac

8:43pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Egomaniac says...

J7junctionseven wrote:
Egomaniac wrote:
I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames.

Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot.

Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not!
What about Jonathan Woss?
Like I said, J7 - it's cowardly and cheap - particularly when using pen names etc.
[quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames. Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot. Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not![/p][/quote]What about Jonathan Woss?[/p][/quote]Like I said, J7 - it's cowardly and cheap - particularly when using pen names etc. Egomaniac

8:43pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Egomaniac says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Osvaldo to go out on loan to Juventus?
The sooner the better …..!
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: Osvaldo to go out on loan to Juventus?[/p][/quote]The sooner the better …..! Egomaniac

9:05pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@J7junctionseven

Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha
@J7junctionseven Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha terrence77

9:25pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Saint Jinx says...

gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through.
I'm still here. Ags,
[quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.[/p][/quote]My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through.[/p][/quote]I'm still here. Ags, Saint Jinx

9:32pm Wed 29 Jan 14

jls217 says...

Egomaniac wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Egomaniac wrote:
I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames.

Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot.

Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not!
What about Jonathan Woss?
Like I said, J7 - it's cowardly and cheap - particularly when using pen names etc.
That's a good point but sometimes it's funny just to take the **** and leave it at that.
[quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J7junctionseven[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames. Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot. Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not![/p][/quote]What about Jonathan Woss?[/p][/quote]Like I said, J7 - it's cowardly and cheap - particularly when using pen names etc.[/p][/quote]That's a good point but sometimes it's funny just to take the **** and leave it at that. jls217

9:32pm Wed 29 Jan 14

derek james says...

terrence77 wrote:
@J7junctionseven

Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha
you can't even spell emirates! did you mean meerkats? as previously mentioned until you can field a team with some players from your own academy best keep your mouth shut
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: @J7junctionseven Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha[/p][/quote]you can't even spell emirates! did you mean meerkats? as previously mentioned until you can field a team with some players from your own academy best keep your mouth shut derek james

10:05pm Wed 29 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Egomaniac wrote:
I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames.

Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot.

Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not!
why are you taking offence on someone else behalf? how do you know that WOY (did that just for you) doesn't find it funny? WOSSY (did it again) doesn't mind and even laughs and jokes about his speech impediment.
this is the problem with the country nowadays, everyone seems wiling to be offended on other peoples behalves. WOY (oops another time) is 66 years old and has worked in football all of his life, so I`m sure he`s had a lot worse said and hasn't worried about it.
as for physical defect, firstly what on earth has that got to do with anything?. secondly I have a physical defect, and have since birth, which was 40 something years ago. I have been called all sorts of names because of it through the years, and do you know what, I don't care! never have never will, water off a ducks back. why should it bother me? it annoys me more when other people get offended for me.
[quote][p][bold]Egomaniac[/bold] wrote: I notice that some of our contributors are still referring to Roy Hodgson as 'Woy" If you are going to mock a person because of what is only a very minor and hardly perceptible speech impediment, then have to courage to do it under your real names and not usernames. Mocking anyone because of an affliction is a cowardly act, and nothing more than a cheap shot. Please have some respect - how would you like to be on the receiving end of such mockery if you suffered any physical defect? No, I thought not![/p][/quote]why are you taking offence on someone else behalf? how do you know that WOY (did that just for you) doesn't find it funny? WOSSY (did it again) doesn't mind and even laughs and jokes about his speech impediment. this is the problem with the country nowadays, everyone seems wiling to be offended on other peoples behalves. WOY (oops another time) is 66 years old and has worked in football all of his life, so I`m sure he`s had a lot worse said and hasn't worried about it. as for physical defect, firstly what on earth has that got to do with anything?. secondly I have a physical defect, and have since birth, which was 40 something years ago. I have been called all sorts of names because of it through the years, and do you know what, I don't care! never have never will, water off a ducks back. why should it bother me? it annoys me more when other people get offended for me. el caballo santos101

10:10pm Wed 29 Jan 14

donni1437 says...

Shaw off in the summer maybe but seems like dani off to juventus in the window, hope we have time to get someone in.
Shaw off in the summer maybe but seems like dani off to juventus in the window, hope we have time to get someone in. donni1437

10:19pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@derek james

You stole Sam Gallagher from Plymouth Argyle hahahahaha and he's not the only one so please you keep you mouth shut ! Before saying field a team with players from your own academy ! Wilshere, Gibbs, Zelalem, Jenkinson, Gnabry what about that !
@derek james You stole Sam Gallagher from Plymouth Argyle hahahahaha and he's not the only one so please you keep you mouth shut ! Before saying field a team with players from your own academy ! Wilshere, Gibbs, Zelalem, Jenkinson, Gnabry what about that ! terrence77

10:21pm Wed 29 Jan 14

donni1437 says...

Wtf a Gooner doing on here, lol. Plastic at that. Skates and goons who next? Feck even us and the skates have won something more recently than them. Desperate times call for desperate measures for them.
Wtf a Gooner doing on here, lol. Plastic at that. Skates and goons who next? Feck even us and the skates have won something more recently than them. Desperate times call for desperate measures for them. donni1437

10:28pm Wed 29 Jan 14

hugh123 says...

No, I've been a Saints supporter for about 50 years. I find it so sad that over the years all our best home grown players get a cheque book waved in front of them by one of the richer clubs and off they go. Somebody with all that talent is bound to disappear in the very near future. I reckon Manure are the favourites, judging by their poor defence record recently and I'm sure they've still got plenty of money after the 37 million for Mata. Or perhaps he'll follow Bale to Spurs after their lamentable performance against Man City tonight they need tightening at the back. And his skill at going forward is pretty useful as well.
No, I've been a Saints supporter for about 50 years. I find it so sad that over the years all our best home grown players get a cheque book waved in front of them by one of the richer clubs and off they go. Somebody with all that talent is bound to disappear in the very near future. I reckon Manure are the favourites, judging by their poor defence record recently and I'm sure they've still got plenty of money after the 37 million for Mata. Or perhaps he'll follow Bale to Spurs after their lamentable performance against Man City tonight they need tightening at the back. And his skill at going forward is pretty useful as well. hugh123

10:28pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Good grief! A Gooner all over our site. Has he come on to say well played against the league leaders? No, he's come on to be atwat.
Good grief! A Gooner all over our site. Has he come on to say well played against the league leaders? No, he's come on to be atwat. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

10:41pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@Seedhouse the Unrepentant

We out sing you in your own house ! even the groups of Chinese tourist behind me were louder than you lot ! You fish monger atwat !!
@Seedhouse the Unrepentant We out sing you in your own house ! even the groups of Chinese tourist behind me were louder than you lot ! You fish monger atwat !! terrence77

11:16pm Wed 29 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

why is Dani retweeting the pics from the official saints twitter site of fonte`s goal? why has he only retweeted those and not any from lalla`s goal?
is this the start of an apology or a wind up?
why is Dani retweeting the pics from the official saints twitter site of fonte`s goal? why has he only retweeted those and not any from lalla`s goal? is this the start of an apology or a wind up? el caballo santos101

11:25pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

terrence77 wrote:
@Seedhouse the Unrepentant

We out sing you in your own house ! even the groups of Chinese tourist behind me were louder than you lot ! You fish monger atwat !!
Your lot were pretty mouthy on the way into the ground and got a bit full of yourselves with your lucky 5 minutes, but very quiet from that point onwards as you watched your side totally outplayed. And definitely VERY quiet as you sneaked back to your coaches. Get used to the fact that you won't be getting any more of our players till you pay the price we want. Your days of stealing our young stars are well and truly over.
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: @Seedhouse the Unrepentant We out sing you in your own house ! even the groups of Chinese tourist behind me were louder than you lot ! You fish monger atwat !![/p][/quote]Your lot were pretty mouthy on the way into the ground and got a bit full of yourselves with your lucky 5 minutes, but very quiet from that point onwards as you watched your side totally outplayed. And definitely VERY quiet as you sneaked back to your coaches. Get used to the fact that you won't be getting any more of our players till you pay the price we want. Your days of stealing our young stars are well and truly over. Clever Dick

11:42pm Wed 29 Jan 14

terrence77 says...

@Clever Dick

You right we were outplayed and I do admit that !! we have injured players or players that just came back from injury and need at least 3 or 4 games to be up and running. It's not your decision if Katarina decide to sale and make profit then she will. Top 4 clubs can give Champions League can you ? So Shaw, Lallana would love to be in Champions League, whoever can meet the asking price then these two will go I'm afraid .
@Clever Dick You right we were outplayed and I do admit that !! we have injured players or players that just came back from injury and need at least 3 or 4 games to be up and running. It's not your decision if Katarina decide to sale and make profit then she will. Top 4 clubs can give Champions League can you ? So Shaw, Lallana would love to be in Champions League, whoever can meet the asking price then these two will go I'm afraid . terrence77

12:58am Thu 30 Jan 14

gringoSaint says...

Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote:
Saint Jinx wrote:
gringoSaint wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint!
I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that!
Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.
My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through.
I'm still here. Ags,
Ags? Is that Aguas Callientes?
[quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Saint Jinx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gringoSaint[/bold] wrote: Hoping we get rid of Osvaldo and bring in Carlos Vela. Especially as I've been teaching in Mexico and half of my students have started supporting the Saints since I got here three years ago. It would be awesome if they could cheer on a Mexican Saint![/p][/quote]I have been in Mexico for many years and, only now, are people beginning to take notice of Southampton here. Carlos Vela is in good form at the moment. It's all Man U here, though, because of Chicharito - I noticed the other night that under league positions they put 1. Arsenal, 2. Man City 3. Chelsea and 7. Man U.. I must say on another note that I have been fighting the word Gringo here for years. It is a derogatory term, along with "Gabacho", and for non-Mexicans to glorify the word Gringo only enhances the racist attitude. I was married to a gorgeous Mexican girl for 30 years. She died of cancer in a hospice in the UK recently so I will be leaving Mexico for good soon, with a broken heart.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your wife. Sad to hear you'll be leaving Mexico as well. I thought I was the only Sotonian here! Yeah, I keep dodging the 'Gringo' term here a lot, I get a bit annoyed by it when people call me it. I just gave myself the handle here as it has a nice ring to it (apologies if it caused any offense)! I normally get called 'güero' (blondie) even though I'm more tanned and have darker hair than most Mexicans calling me that![/p][/quote]Yeah, I don't mind 'güero' because it kind of puts you into the loop with other Mexicans. My brother in law and his son were always referred to as 'el güero'. It's all water under the brdge now though - my life here was my life with my wife. We worked together, travelled together, laughed together and cried together and, of course, we were married for 30 years. Following the Saints games is a kind of temporary escape (Margarita used to sing "We love Pompey, when she wanted to punish me) but without her, I am living through a real-life personal apocalypse.[/p][/quote]My girlfriend put on one of my Pumas football shirts (colours are gold and blue for those not really in the loop when it comes to Mexican teams!) and joked 'I'm a Pompey fan.' to wind me up! Where in Mexico did you live? I'm really sorry to hear about your wife, I can only begin to imagine what you are going through.[/p][/quote]I'm still here. Ags,[/p][/quote]Ags? Is that Aguas Callientes? gringoSaint

9:02am Thu 30 Jan 14

J7junctionseven says...

terrence77 wrote:
@J7junctionseven

Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha
You'll be 5th or 6th by May. Now run along and learn English
[quote][p][bold]terrence77[/bold] wrote: @J7junctionseven Even if I live Miles away from the Emirats I have been more than you and at St Mary's 2 season tickets thanks to the in law. Maybe we didn't win a thing since 2005 but I don't remember Saint in Champions league or UEFA cup I wasn't born no hold on they never been ! Don't be upset because your kids play with Arsenal at FIfa and not Saint ahahahaha[/p][/quote]You'll be 5th or 6th by May. Now run along and learn English J7junctionseven

12:35pm Thu 30 Jan 14

lowe esteem says...

Malcombe wrote:
Luke Shaw signed a 5 year Contract last year and wants to stay and the Manager and everyone else want him to stay, In my opinion the way to stop this rubbish is for Saints to put a £80 million price tag on him that will keep the ruddy pest away and lets face it he hasn't stop growing COYR
If he's NOT FOR SALE and PRICELESS therefore, he's NOT FOR SALE and PRICELESS surely?
You can start the bidding for 'someone else' if you want to play Monopoly mush.

Going places with The Saints, now properly run by proper Saints, did everyone notice that familiar Saintly smile on Katharina's face on Tuesday night too? Warms the cockles of a true fans heart.
[quote][p][bold]Malcombe[/bold] wrote: Luke Shaw signed a 5 year Contract last year and wants to stay and the Manager and everyone else want him to stay, In my opinion the way to stop this rubbish is for Saints to put a £80 million price tag on him that will keep the ruddy pest away and lets face it he hasn't stop growing COYR[/p][/quote]If he's NOT FOR SALE and PRICELESS therefore, he's NOT FOR SALE and PRICELESS surely? You can start the bidding for 'someone else' if you want to play Monopoly mush. Going places with The Saints, now properly run by proper Saints, did everyone notice that familiar Saintly smile on Katharina's face on Tuesday night too? Warms the cockles of a true fans heart. lowe esteem

2:42pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Beer Monster says...

Christ, bring back the skunts...
Christ, bring back the skunts... Beer Monster

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