Poch delight as Saints win again at St Mary's

Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino

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Mauricio Pochettino was delighted to see Saints get back to winning ways at St Mary’s with a 1-0 victory over West Brom.

The Saints boss believes his side were full value for the three points, a first home league win since early November.

He said: “It’s actually really great to get back to winning ways here at St Mary’s.

“I am very happy and very happy with the team’s performance.

“I think it was a great victory and the team fully deserved the win. I want to congratulate my players because they did ever so well.

“It’s great to get back to winning ways here.”

He added: “I think overall the first half we played very well and had full control of the game.

“The substitution in the second half with Gaston I think was very good and gave us a lot of dynamism in the team. The assist to Lallana was great.

“Overall we had a great second half as well.”

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6:11pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Saintsayer II says...

Not as good a game as many we have seen this season but at least the breakthrough came our way this time

Please Artur stay fit for the rest of the season
Not as good a game as many we have seen this season but at least the breakthrough came our way this time Please Artur stay fit for the rest of the season Saintsayer II
  • Score: 24

7:09pm Sat 11 Jan 14

peregrine73 says...

The return of Boruc makes the difference in defence ,still need an edge up front to progress further up the table.
The return of Boruc makes the difference in defence ,still need an edge up front to progress further up the table. peregrine73
  • Score: 19

7:10pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Quentin Heslop says...

Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side. Quentin Heslop
  • Score: -56

7:12pm Sat 11 Jan 14

DisplacedFan says...

Although a manager wants to stay positive and somethings need to be said behind closed doors and we were clearly so much better than West Brom we still allowed them to stay in the game. As with so many games this year, we are awesome in the middle and strong at the back, our weakness lies in the final third of the field. We create too few good opportunities. I am sure this is not lost on many and will be addressed this summer.
Nice to see we have created a good gap between 9th and 10th.
Although a manager wants to stay positive and somethings need to be said behind closed doors and we were clearly so much better than West Brom we still allowed them to stay in the game. As with so many games this year, we are awesome in the middle and strong at the back, our weakness lies in the final third of the field. We create too few good opportunities. I am sure this is not lost on many and will be addressed this summer. Nice to see we have created a good gap between 9th and 10th. DisplacedFan
  • Score: 12

7:23pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Not the most pretty of wins....but 3pts well ground out and well deserved....which is the sign of a team destined for big things COYR
Not the most pretty of wins....but 3pts well ground out and well deserved....which is the sign of a team destined for big things COYR Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 14

7:24pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

Awful game!
Awful game! saintlysoul
  • Score: -33

7:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played? saintlysoul
  • Score: -86

7:28pm Sat 11 Jan 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

WELL DONE SAINTS.

TEAM SELECTION WAS GOOD.

MP DID WELL GETTING GASTON ON as he provided energy in Midfield.

HAVNG VICTOR BACK will strengthen this side.

OVERALL JOB DONE.

CROWD DID THEIR JOB. UTS
WELL DONE SAINTS. TEAM SELECTION WAS GOOD. MP DID WELL GETTING GASTON ON as he provided energy in Midfield. HAVNG VICTOR BACK will strengthen this side. OVERALL JOB DONE. CROWD DID THEIR JOB. UTS REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 22

7:30pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
Totally disagree....thought Webb had a great game. Presumably, he didn't want to be held in the spotlight like a certain other referee....
[quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]Totally disagree....thought Webb had a great game. Presumably, he didn't want to be held in the spotlight like a certain other referee.... Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 14

7:33pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Awful game!
You got a point at Oxford....you should be celebrating! ;0)
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Awful game![/p][/quote]You got a point at Oxford....you should be celebrating! ;0) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 25

7:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Costa Baz says...

Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack.
The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on.

Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days.
[quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack. The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on. Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days. Costa Baz
  • Score: 9

7:48pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Costa Baz says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
Thought Davis played well. Covered every blade of grass and then had to re- adjust his game, from supporting the attack, to covering the defence, when Cork went off.
He does a lot of unnoticed grafting for the team.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]Thought Davis played well. Covered every blade of grass and then had to re- adjust his game, from supporting the attack, to covering the defence, when Cork went off. He does a lot of unnoticed grafting for the team. Costa Baz
  • Score: 29

7:49pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Simmo13 says...

Costa Baz wrote:
Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack.
The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on.

Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days.
The ref as did the linos had a good game
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack. The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on. Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days.[/p][/quote]The ref as did the linos had a good game Simmo13
  • Score: 6

7:52pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Simmo13 says...

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH wrote:
WELL DONE SAINTS.

TEAM SELECTION WAS GOOD.

MP DID WELL GETTING GASTON ON as he provided energy in Midfield.

HAVNG VICTOR BACK will strengthen this side.

OVERALL JOB DONE.

CROWD DID THEIR JOB. UTS
Victor will be back for our cup game according to radio Solent.
[quote][p][bold]REDARMYRULETHESOUTH[/bold] wrote: WELL DONE SAINTS. TEAM SELECTION WAS GOOD. MP DID WELL GETTING GASTON ON as he provided energy in Midfield. HAVNG VICTOR BACK will strengthen this side. OVERALL JOB DONE. CROWD DID THEIR JOB. UTS[/p][/quote]Victor will be back for our cup game according to radio Solent. Simmo13
  • Score: 9

7:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort . slugger
  • Score: 21

8:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did! saintlysoul
  • Score: -27

8:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did! saintlysoul
  • Score: -24

8:01pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 23

8:04pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

saintlysoul wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol slugger
  • Score: 15

8:06pm Sat 11 Jan 14

FindAndDestroy says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember? FindAndDestroy
  • Score: 2

8:06pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
Totally disagree....thought Webb had a great game. Presumably, he didn't want to be held in the spotlight like a certain other referee....
I agree, on his best behaviour, all of the Officials were good today, just a couple of ricketts, but not crucial ones and nothing unusual about them. It may have been the first game we have won with Howard Webb in charge, but that was mostly because the teams we played were better than us. I think they said on Solent that he hadn't officiated a win for Albion either, they will have to wait a bit longer.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]Totally disagree....thought Webb had a great game. Presumably, he didn't want to be held in the spotlight like a certain other referee....[/p][/quote]I agree, on his best behaviour, all of the Officials were good today, just a couple of ricketts, but not crucial ones and nothing unusual about them. It may have been the first game we have won with Howard Webb in charge, but that was mostly because the teams we played were better than us. I think they said on Solent that he hadn't officiated a win for Albion either, they will have to wait a bit longer. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 2

8:06pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

The difference was the clean sheet.
The difference was the clean sheet. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 17

8:08pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!! saintlysoul
  • Score: -65

8:12pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
What does that actually mean?
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]What does that actually mean? saintlysoul
  • Score: -2

8:13pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Awful game!
Especially if you were an Albion fan. Can't have 7 goal thrillers every week, give credit to WBA they had clearly done their homework, they were only here for a draw or a lucky breakaway win, putting six in midfield to shut out our four. It should have left them more vulnerable at the back, and if we had finished the better chances we created it would have been a more comfortable win. A win is a win, give over with the negative waves, (not aimed specifically at your good self ss) say something righteous and hopeful for a change.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Awful game![/p][/quote]Especially if you were an Albion fan. Can't have 7 goal thrillers every week, give credit to WBA they had clearly done their homework, they were only here for a draw or a lucky breakaway win, putting six in midfield to shut out our four. It should have left them more vulnerable at the back, and if we had finished the better chances we created it would have been a more comfortable win. A win is a win, give over with the negative waves, (not aimed specifically at your good self ss) say something righteous and hopeful for a change. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 11

8:14pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
LOL ....... I'm worried now !
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]LOL ....... I'm worried now ! slugger
  • Score: 8

8:16pm Sat 11 Jan 14

FindAndDestroy says...

saintlysoul wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
What does that actually mean?
@ Slugger... he knows what i am talking about....
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]What does that actually mean?[/p][/quote]@ Slugger... he knows what i am talking about.... FindAndDestroy
  • Score: -10

8:19pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

Apparently "findanddestroy" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
Apparently "findanddestroy" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING . slugger
  • Score: 8

8:19pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
I respect other peoples opinions, but if I think they are wrong I reserve the right to say so. I would agree with you, but then we would both be wrong.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I respect other peoples opinions, but if I think they are wrong I reserve the right to say so. I would agree with you, but then we would both be wrong. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 9

8:21pm Sat 11 Jan 14

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol
Check your email Amigo.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol[/p][/quote]Check your email Amigo. mack chinnon
  • Score: 0

8:21pm Sat 11 Jan 14

FindAndDestroy says...

slugger wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
LOL ....... I'm worried now !
You should be.. and that is a nervous laugh.......
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]LOL ....... I'm worried now ![/p][/quote]You should be.. and that is a nervous laugh....... FindAndDestroy
  • Score: -16

8:22pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
What does that actually mean?
@ Slugger... he knows what i am talking about....
Innit funny when people get all punchy over the internet! :0)
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]What does that actually mean?[/p][/quote]@ Slugger... he knows what i am talking about....[/p][/quote]Innit funny when people get all punchy over the internet! :0) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 4

8:25pm Sat 11 Jan 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
Plenty of British players in our team week in week out - what are you talking about?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Plenty of British players in our team week in week out - what are you talking about? TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 13

8:26pm Sat 11 Jan 14

FindAndDestroy says...

slugger wrote:
Apparently "findanddestroy
" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Apparently "findanddestroy " can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .[/p][/quote]You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim... FindAndDestroy
  • Score: -15

8:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
you and i got unfinished business remember?
LOL ....... I'm worried now !
You should be.. and that is a nervous laugh.......
You in The Chilworth Arms?
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]you and i got unfinished business remember?[/p][/quote]LOL ....... I'm worried now ![/p][/quote]You should be.. and that is a nervous laugh.......[/p][/quote]You in The Chilworth Arms? TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: -2

8:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol
Check your email Amigo.
Gutted !
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol[/p][/quote]Check your email Amigo.[/p][/quote]Gutted ! slugger
  • Score: 0

8:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Costa Baz says...

Simmo13 wrote:
Costa Baz wrote:
Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack.
The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on.

Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days.
The ref as did the linos had a good game
Yes they did, but Webb still made two big errors that could have cost us 2 points.

It just needs one wrong call to change everything. Had Olsson got on the end of the cross from the "non free kick" and scored, everyone would be on here moaning about another ref losing us points.

Just saying what I see.
[quote][p][bold]Simmo13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]If he had been, he would have sent Olsson off, for a late and high tackle on Lallana, instead of giving a yellow. The foul stopped Saints building a 2 on 1 attack. The ref also wouldn't have given them a non free kick, right at the end, allowing them to put pressure on. Nah, he was against us, as is usual for refs these days.[/p][/quote]The ref as did the linos had a good game[/p][/quote]Yes they did, but Webb still made two big errors that could have cost us 2 points. It just needs one wrong call to change everything. Had Olsson got on the end of the cross from the "non free kick" and scored, everyone would be on here moaning about another ref losing us points. Just saying what I see. Costa Baz
  • Score: 7

8:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol
Check your email Amigo.
?
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol[/p][/quote]Check your email Amigo.[/p][/quote]? saintlysoul
  • Score: -11

8:29pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
Apparently "findanddestroy

" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...
"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Apparently "findanddestroy " can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .[/p][/quote]You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...[/p][/quote]"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ? slugger
  • Score: 10

8:31pm Sat 11 Jan 14

FindAndDestroy says...

slugger wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
Apparently "findanddestroy


" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...
"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?
You are an Idiot........
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Apparently "findanddestroy " can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .[/p][/quote]You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...[/p][/quote]"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?[/p][/quote]You are an Idiot........ FindAndDestroy
  • Score: -18

8:36pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
Apparently "findanddestroy



" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...
"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?
You are an Idiot........
Of course ...... Bye .
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Apparently "findanddestroy " can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .[/p][/quote]You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...[/p][/quote]"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?[/p][/quote]You are an Idiot........[/p][/quote]Of course ...... Bye . slugger
  • Score: 6

8:40pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 14

8:41pm Sat 11 Jan 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
FindAndDestroy wrote:
slugger wrote:
Apparently "findanddestroy



" can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .
You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...
"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?
You are an Idiot........
That is the mark of a superior intellect apparently.
[quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FindAndDestroy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: Apparently "findanddestroy " can run circles round any poster on here with his superior intellect ............... WAITING .[/p][/quote]You claimed to be cleverer than i am....i am waiting for any evidence that supports your claim...[/p][/quote]"cleverer" ? ............ you meant that and were being "clever" ... right ?[/p][/quote]You are an Idiot........[/p][/quote]That is the mark of a superior intellect apparently. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 4

8:41pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Contrary to a 'minority' view on here, I actually thought that was a superb performance today. Not a match that I would put first on MOTD....but nonetheless very important for us. We dominated possession (as usual) and eventually found a way to unlock their defence. What is more important....we looked solid and played the game out for the 3pts. Bit of a gamble putting Ramirez on....but it paid off....it was him who found the route through after all.
Contrary to a 'minority' view on here, I actually thought that was a superb performance today. Not a match that I would put first on MOTD....but nonetheless very important for us. We dominated possession (as usual) and eventually found a way to unlock their defence. What is more important....we looked solid and played the game out for the 3pts. Bit of a gamble putting Ramirez on....but it paid off....it was him who found the route through after all. Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 24

8:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide . slugger
  • Score: 7

8:44pm Sat 11 Jan 14

mack chinnon says...

slugger wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .
Sure did!
Sure did!
That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol
Check your email Amigo.
Gutted !
Ditto.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]"watched the game" ........ You obviously did nothing of the sort .[/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]Sure did![/p][/quote]That James Ward Prowse did ok though eh ? lol[/p][/quote]Check your email Amigo.[/p][/quote]Gutted ![/p][/quote]Ditto. mack chinnon
  • Score: 2

8:49pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
your a bundle of fun, its wasnt pretty but a win is a win and 3 points in the bag,
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]your a bundle of fun, its wasnt pretty but a win is a win and 3 points in the bag, the south coast is ours
  • Score: 8

8:51pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful! saintlysoul
  • Score: -23

9:10pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
Well, I watched a live thread and had Cork as MotM. Like Victor is prone to do, he misplaced a few passes - likewise Luke who, inspite of some stray passes, generally played well - but he won a lot of tackles, broke things up when WBA DID finally get the ball, never stopped running, moved things forward and even had a shot.

He was sacrificed to enable the side to have more flair and, boy, did Gaston provide it.

Why don't you crack open a beer and celebrate, I'm going to.

Cheers!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful![/p][/quote]Well, I watched a live thread and had Cork as MotM. Like Victor is prone to do, he misplaced a few passes - likewise Luke who, inspite of some stray passes, generally played well - but he won a lot of tackles, broke things up when WBA DID finally get the ball, never stopped running, moved things forward and even had a shot. He was sacrificed to enable the side to have more flair and, boy, did Gaston provide it. Why don't you crack open a beer and celebrate, I'm going to. Cheers! Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 16

9:11pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't. Clever Dick
  • Score: 16

9:11pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful![/p][/quote]No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 13

9:14pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 7

9:14pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Ashley Charles Pragnell says...

I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint
I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint Ashley Charles Pragnell
  • Score: 8

9:20pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.
Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful![/p][/quote]No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.[/p][/quote]Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting? saintlysoul
  • Score: -18

9:21pm Sat 11 Jan 14

mack chinnon says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think.
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think. mack chinnon
  • Score: 3

9:22pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
Nail , hammer and head !
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]Nail , hammer and head ! slugger
  • Score: 10

9:23pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
God I've missed this sh**e!
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]God I've missed this sh**e! saintlysoul
  • Score: -20

9:24pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint
fair play coming all the way down to watch super saints im a season ticket holder and live in nw london hope you enjoyed your day, think vic maybe back for arsenal game.
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint[/p][/quote]fair play coming all the way down to watch super saints im a season ticket holder and live in nw london hope you enjoyed your day, think vic maybe back for arsenal game. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 12

9:24pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint
fair play coming all the way down to watch super saints im a season ticket holder and live in nw london hope you enjoyed your day, think vic maybe back for arsenal game.
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint[/p][/quote]fair play coming all the way down to watch super saints im a season ticket holder and live in nw london hope you enjoyed your day, think vic maybe back for arsenal game. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 4

9:25pm Sat 11 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not !
I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not ! saintlysoul
  • Score: -30

9:25pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Ashley Charles Pragnell wrote:
I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint
One of several, Beer Monster for example, who headed south today. Tony Robertson is another on here from Scotland.

Hope you had a good trip back north.

I did hear a reason why pitches get watered at half time, but it does seem a bit odd to us on the outside.
[quote][p][bold]Ashley Charles Pragnell[/bold] wrote: I was down from Scotland to day to watch the Saints and from my seat in the Chapel Stand row AA seat 498 section 19 , I thought Saints made heavy weather of wining to day to many silly pass's in mid field I thought spider was fine to day he put in some important tackles. Cork did nothing wrong and bringing on Gaston did the trick nice assist for Lallana. I did think Ricky looked a bit weary. Why water the pitch at half time when we have had so much rain. Still three more points 7 points ahead of Hull I would have settled for that before the game. One final note I do think Victor is a big miss for us . Does anybody know how long he is going to be out for. Ashley Charles Pragnell The Scottish Saint[/p][/quote]One of several, Beer Monster for example, who headed south today. Tony Robertson is another on here from Scotland. Hope you had a good trip back north. I did hear a reason why pitches get watered at half time, but it does seem a bit odd to us on the outside. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 8

9:26pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.
Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting?
Well it's because I don't like you or the rubbish you post, if you posted something positive and supportive I would have to agree with you, you don't appear to be getting much agreement from the rest on here, the thumbs down aren't all my own work!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful![/p][/quote]No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.[/p][/quote]Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting?[/p][/quote]Well it's because I don't like you or the rubbish you post, if you posted something positive and supportive I would have to agree with you, you don't appear to be getting much agreement from the rest on here, the thumbs down aren't all my own work! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 24

9:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

mack chinnon wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think.
you cant be off side from a throw in so dont know why we dont use this to our advantage.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think.[/p][/quote]you cant be off side from a throw in so dont know why we dont use this to our advantage. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 5

9:28pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not !
Please don't hesitate to stay away a while longer, that would be good.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not ![/p][/quote]Please don't hesitate to stay away a while longer, that would be good. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 28

9:29pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
God I've missed this sh**e!
We didn't miss yours.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]God I've missed this sh**e![/p][/quote]We didn't miss yours. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 19

9:30pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not !
Does that mean you'll be going away again?

Before you go, how's the beer? Mine's going down a treat.

Cheers!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not ![/p][/quote]Does that mean you'll be going away again? Before you go, how's the beer? Mine's going down a treat. Cheers! Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 18

9:31pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
What annoys me is the possession stuff in our own half, it is good in theory, but not if you are careless and give the ball away!
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]What annoys me is the possession stuff in our own half, it is good in theory, but not if you are careless and give the ball away! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

9:31pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
God I've missed this sh**e!
Saintylysoul...you have also managed to have completely missed the point. We have deservedly taken 6pts of the Baggies this season...whilst last season the complete opposite was the case.

Go on mate....say something positive...dare you! ;0)
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]God I've missed this sh**e![/p][/quote]Saintylysoul...you have also managed to have completely missed the point. We have deservedly taken 6pts of the Baggies this season...whilst last season the complete opposite was the case. Go on mate....say something positive...dare you! ;0) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 17

9:31pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .
That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful!
No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.
Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting?
Well these posts are all about people's opinions aren't they? In this case Osprey happens to be right.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: It was a frustrating game but we won , my motm was Adam (again) followed by Jack Cork or Stephen Davis ....... can't decide .[/p][/quote]That's indicative of what a poor game it was unless you're on a wind up! Cork was dreadful![/p][/quote]No wind up chum, Cork was playing extremely well, you are clueless.[/p][/quote]Osprey you're still a self opinionated pain in the ar** you always seem to inject vitriol into any thread why don't you find something else to do like knitting?[/p][/quote]Well these posts are all about people's opinions aren't they? In this case Osprey happens to be right. Clever Dick
  • Score: 14

9:32pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Velleity says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
Good to have you back, Bring Back Branfoot - we've missed you.

Was your seat facing the pitch? Let's make it objective and look at stats rather than views fuelled by your hatred; you really are a bitter soul.

Squawka stats have Schneiders as second best player on the pitch (not "absent"). And Lallana third (not "did nothing"). Corky made 88% of his passes (not "poor"). Gaston 94% (not "hopeless").

We were up against a team that for most of the game had ten men behind the ball. What were you expecting? Grinding out a result is the best you can do in those circumstances and we did it.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]Good to have you back, Bring Back Branfoot - we've missed you. Was your seat facing the pitch? Let's make it objective and look at stats rather than views fuelled by your hatred; you really are a bitter soul. Squawka stats have Schneiders as second best player on the pitch (not "absent"). And Lallana third (not "did nothing"). Corky made 88% of his passes (not "poor"). Gaston 94% (not "hopeless"). We were up against a team that for most of the game had ten men behind the ball. What were you expecting? Grinding out a result is the best you can do in those circumstances and we did it. Velleity
  • Score: 24

9:35pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not !
You are right there things haven't changed at all. We mainly disagreed with you then and we still do now.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not ![/p][/quote]You are right there things haven't changed at all. We mainly disagreed with you then and we still do now. Clever Dick
  • Score: 17

9:36pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

slugger wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
Nail , hammer and head !
Indeed!

You often make me laugh, CD, this made me nod.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]Nail , hammer and head ![/p][/quote]Indeed! You often make me laugh, CD, this made me nod. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 5

9:37pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not !
go and watch poopey then you would have something to moan about , we all have a moan from time to time but get behind the team like the rest of us.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I stayed away for a while. Thought things might be different but they're not ![/p][/quote]go and watch poopey then you would have something to moan about , we all have a moan from time to time but get behind the team like the rest of us. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 12

9:41pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
What annoys me is the possession stuff in our own half, it is good in theory, but not if you are careless and give the ball away!
would be nice if we went forward a bit more, instead of side to side back to the keeper and so on , but on the other hand, while we got the ball they cant score, as they say.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]What annoys me is the possession stuff in our own half, it is good in theory, but not if you are careless and give the ball away![/p][/quote]would be nice if we went forward a bit more, instead of side to side back to the keeper and so on , but on the other hand, while we got the ball they cant score, as they say. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 0

9:42pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Velleity says...

I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!" Velleity
  • Score: 36

9:44pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights.

Cheerthefuckup!

Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.
Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.
Nail , hammer and head !
Indeed!

You often make me laugh, CD, this made me nod.
I'm here every week!
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: Strange world, we won and some seem to be picking fights. Cheerthefuckup! Cork and Spider couldn't have been THAT bad, Saintlysoul, West Brom had about 30 across their midfield, yet spent most of the match trying to get the ball off of our midfield.[/p][/quote]Cork and Spider both had immense games. Last season Mulumbu was their main playmaker and today Spider stayed close and snuffed him out of the game. JC never put a foot wrong. It's difficult to score against a side trying to pack the midfield and waste every second they can. Fortunately we had the players to create the game changing moment. We don't actually need to score lots of goals when the oppo don't score any. In my experience one is normally enough. Ain't it amazing how some people can watch a game and not actuallyhave a clue who has played well and who hasn't.[/p][/quote]Nail , hammer and head ![/p][/quote]Indeed! You often make me laugh, CD, this made me nod.[/p][/quote]I'm here every week! Clever Dick
  • Score: 0

9:52pm Sat 11 Jan 14

slugger says...

Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
Lest we forget mate ...... Us real fans are at least consistent in our support......... COYR !
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]Lest we forget mate ...... Us real fans are at least consistent in our support......... COYR ! slugger
  • Score: 9

9:59pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know, OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 5

9:59pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity. Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 12

10:02pm Sat 11 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today the south coast is ours
  • Score: 3

10:06pm Sat 11 Jan 14

ndhl says...

Interesting to note that Hull City, one place behind us in 10th, is actually closer to bottom club Crystal Palace than to us.
Interesting to note that Hull City, one place behind us in 10th, is actually closer to bottom club Crystal Palace than to us. ndhl
  • Score: 8

10:10pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

10:12pm Sat 11 Jan 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.
Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.[/p][/quote]Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance. TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 5

10:23pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here.

I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 10

10:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 3

10:30pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.
Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance.
Don't forget David Crook: I for one won't know what to make of this until he chips in with his weekly dose of misery.
[quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.[/p][/quote]Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance.[/p][/quote]Don't forget David Crook: I for one won't know what to make of this until he chips in with his weekly dose of misery. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 1

10:43pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 1

10:45pm Sat 11 Jan 14

mack chinnon says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here.

I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth. mack chinnon
  • Score: 7

10:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.
Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?".

Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?". Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.) Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 1

10:53pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Stroppy_gramps says...

not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters. Stroppy_gramps
  • Score: 8

10:56pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing? Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 2

10:58pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Just watched Sky choice, and we had a tougher game than I thought, Albion did some amazing blocking in defence, and that duff decision in the last minute could have been so costly. Still think Corky had a good game, I hadn't realised how often Nathan gave the ball away! There is room for improvement, but a thoroughly gutsy performance against a team that came to spoil and impress their new boss, I'll take those three points any time, we have played much better and lost.
Just watched Sky choice, and we had a tougher game than I thought, Albion did some amazing blocking in defence, and that duff decision in the last minute could have been so costly. Still think Corky had a good game, I hadn't realised how often Nathan gave the ball away! There is room for improvement, but a thoroughly gutsy performance against a team that came to spoil and impress their new boss, I'll take those three points any time, we have played much better and lost. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 6

11:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

11:03pm Sat 11 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

11:13pm Sat 11 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
TPFKARTSNINZ wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.
Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance.
Don't forget David Crook: I for one won't know what to make of this until he chips in with his weekly dose of misery.
but we won so good old happy david crook wont make an appearance, well not until there`s a negative story for him to have a moan.

as for saintlysoul, he says hes been away for a while, would that happen to coincide with poopeys poor run?

there can only be one reason why people would be moaning about todays game.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TPFKARTSNINZ[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]B E A ootiful. Nice find Valleity.[/p][/quote]Now that saintlysoul/BBB is back, all we need is The Borer to put in an appearance.[/p][/quote]Don't forget David Crook: I for one won't know what to make of this until he chips in with his weekly dose of misery.[/p][/quote]but we won so good old happy david crook wont make an appearance, well not until there`s a negative story for him to have a moan. as for saintlysoul, he says hes been away for a while, would that happen to coincide with poopeys poor run? there can only be one reason why people would be moaning about todays game. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 4

11:13pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 1

11:22pm Sat 11 Jan 14

north wales saint 2 says...

Stroppy_gramps wrote:
not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.
[quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters.[/p][/quote]Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind. north wales saint 2
  • Score: -1

11:24pm Sat 11 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
he did the adds for mobiles that were the same as the adds women used to have for their monthly`s. you know you can run, swim, drive and roller skate all while watching a film streamed via 4g and searching the web whilst phoning and sending a text. ;0)
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]he did the adds for mobiles that were the same as the adds women used to have for their monthly`s. you know you can run, swim, drive and roller skate all while watching a film streamed via 4g and searching the web whilst phoning and sending a text. ;0) el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

11:27pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting.

Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 7

11:35pm Sat 11 Jan 14

lovegrove65 says...

Quentin Heslop wrote:
Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.
????????
[quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: Presumably this ref was on southampton's side.[/p][/quote]???????? lovegrove65
  • Score: 0

11:38pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

north wales saint 2 wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.
We've won 2 and drawn 2 of our last 10 games (I think!). That's not great. It's 8 points out of about a quarter of the season. Ergo, around 30 points. If that was our form across the whole season, we'd be struggling. Thankfully, those 8 points have come despite the injuries, tougher than average fixtures and spate of bad luck. What's more, I bet there are at least 3 teams who have picked up fewer than 8 points in the same period.

We're fine, not at our best, far from perfect, but fine. Judge things once Victor is back, the fixtures are a little easier and we have had a few 'bad' decisions in our favour.
[quote][p][bold]north wales saint 2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters.[/p][/quote]Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.[/p][/quote]We've won 2 and drawn 2 of our last 10 games (I think!). That's not great. It's 8 points out of about a quarter of the season. Ergo, around 30 points. If that was our form across the whole season, we'd be struggling. Thankfully, those 8 points have come despite the injuries, tougher than average fixtures and spate of bad luck. What's more, I bet there are at least 3 teams who have picked up fewer than 8 points in the same period. We're fine, not at our best, far from perfect, but fine. Judge things once Victor is back, the fixtures are a little easier and we have had a few 'bad' decisions in our favour. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 8

11:44pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
His dad, Francis, was interesting. He used to bash out paintings of popes who were screaming because the horrors of the 20th century had shown them there could be no god.

It was a bit like how I felt after that handball appeal at Everton was turned down.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]His dad, Francis, was interesting. He used to bash out paintings of popes who were screaming because the horrors of the 20th century had shown them there could be no god. It was a bit like how I felt after that handball appeal at Everton was turned down. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 6

11:52pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
His dad, Francis, was interesting. He used to bash out paintings of popes who were screaming because the horrors of the 20th century had shown them there could be no god.

It was a bit like how I felt after that handball appeal at Everton was turned down.
He was also a handy footballer. Had he not been a painter, he might have played for a topside.
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]His dad, Francis, was interesting. He used to bash out paintings of popes who were screaming because the horrors of the 20th century had shown them there could be no god. It was a bit like how I felt after that handball appeal at Everton was turned down.[/p][/quote]He was also a handy footballer. Had he not been a painter, he might have played for a topside. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 1

12:04am Sun 12 Jan 14

David Crook says...

Boruc Boruc Boruc, welcome back.
Boruc Boruc Boruc, welcome back. David Crook
  • Score: 6

12:10am Sun 12 Jan 14

DisplacedFan says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.
Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?".

Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)
No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh!
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?". Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)[/p][/quote]No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh! DisplacedFan
  • Score: 0

12:18am Sun 12 Jan 14

David Crook says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.
Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?".

Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)
No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh!
Yes and I bet most of them were poor English people.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?". Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)[/p][/quote]No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh![/p][/quote]Yes and I bet most of them were poor English people. David Crook
  • Score: -5

12:21am Sun 12 Jan 14

David Crook says...

DisplacedFan wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.
Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?".

Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)
No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh!
We are not far away my friend.
[quote][p][bold]DisplacedFan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]What the fcuk are you doing in Portsmouth.[/p][/quote]Heh! That's my little joke to them: I'm all "Could be worse; you could be a Pompey fan" and they're like "Who?". Truly, there's always someone worse off than you. (And them.)[/p][/quote]No. No one is worse off than them! Heh, heh![/p][/quote]We are not far away my friend. David Crook
  • Score: -6

12:27am Sun 12 Jan 14

swesaint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
Isn't boruc, Lovren and fonte part of the foreign contingent?
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Isn't boruc, Lovren and fonte part of the foreign contingent? swesaint
  • Score: 1

12:33am Sun 12 Jan 14

swesaint says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward!
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward! swesaint
  • Score: -1

12:54am Sun 12 Jan 14

ghk230473 says...

David Crook wrote:
Boruc Boruc Boruc, welcome back.
His save late in the game was just as important as lallana's goal. With our 1st choice back four and boruc we are back to winning ways, even though it wasn't the best of games. Would really like to see a quality center half signed as cover there just not adequate. Mopo it seems has finally seen sense
With fox who again didn't make the bench. Let's move these players on.
[quote][p][bold]David Crook[/bold] wrote: Boruc Boruc Boruc, welcome back.[/p][/quote]His save late in the game was just as important as lallana's goal. With our 1st choice back four and boruc we are back to winning ways, even though it wasn't the best of games. Would really like to see a quality center half signed as cover there just not adequate. Mopo it seems has finally seen sense With fox who again didn't make the bench. Let's move these players on. ghk230473
  • Score: 1

1:59am Sun 12 Jan 14

hedge end bob says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
****
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]**** hedge end bob
  • Score: 0

2:28am Sun 12 Jan 14

hedge end bob says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.
CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.[/p][/quote]CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT. hedge end bob
  • Score: 0

2:36am Sun 12 Jan 14

hedge end bob says...

hedge end bob wrote:
saintlysoul wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
****
VAGINA, TW@T , FANNY,
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]****[/p][/quote]VAGINA, TW@T , FANNY, hedge end bob
  • Score: -1

2:47am Sun 12 Jan 14

st1halo says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
Where exactly did you watch from?
RNIB offers support and advice to blind and partially sighted people in the UK, helping people who have lost their sight to find their lives again.

STID
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Where exactly did you watch from? RNIB offers support and advice to blind and partially sighted people in the UK, helping people who have lost their sight to find their lives again. STID st1halo
  • Score: 3

2:56am Sun 12 Jan 14

st1halo says...

Velleity wrote:
I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom.

I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is:



" saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13
Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"
Good post but, to be fair, looks like Saintly made his coment before Adam played for England. As we know, he's changed since then.
If anyone bumps into Jason Puncheon, please let him know we've found the ball from his penalty kick yesteday, it's in Norgie's front garden!

STID
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: I think my favourite ever Saintlysoul/Bring Back Branfoot post was this one. I've been waiting for him to come back to remind him of it. Oddly enough it was after last season's home game against West Brom. I love it because it shows you JUST HOW PERCEPTIVE about football Saintlysoul is: " saintlysoul says... 3:15pm Sun 28 Apr 13 Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. Yesterday he was poor. He gave possession away too much. He huffs and puffs with no end product. He's done well to get an extension to his contract. It appears no other premiership club was interested in him. Can someone explain to me in football terms how Lallana started ahead of Puncheon yesterday? It's a joke!!!"[/p][/quote]Good post but, to be fair, looks like Saintly made his coment before Adam played for England. As we know, he's changed since then. If anyone bumps into Jason Puncheon, please let him know we've found the ball from his penalty kick yesteday, it's in Norgie's front garden! STID st1halo
  • Score: 11

6:03am Sun 12 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

swesaint wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward!
you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals
[quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward![/p][/quote]you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals the south coast is ours
  • Score: -1

6:57am Sun 12 Jan 14

Stroppy_gramps says...

north wales saint 2 wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.
relegation standard performances?

are you f*cking kidding me?
Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting.

I will give you this:
Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table.
But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0.
Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game)
Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example.
We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season?
Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome?
Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us.


We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football.
The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time.
as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season)


relegation standard my hairy bum.
[quote][p][bold]north wales saint 2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters.[/p][/quote]Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.[/p][/quote]relegation standard performances? are you f*cking kidding me? Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting. I will give you this: Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table. But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0. Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game) Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example. We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season? Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome? Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us. We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football. The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time. as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season) relegation standard my hairy bum. Stroppy_gramps
  • Score: 14

7:07am Sun 12 Jan 14

the south coast is ours says...

i dont see what the problem is , were getting better each season i guess some of you are not old enough to remember the dark branfoot day when we moaned week in week out , the football was **** back then.
i dont see what the problem is , were getting better each season i guess some of you are not old enough to remember the dark branfoot day when we moaned week in week out , the football was **** back then. the south coast is ours
  • Score: 8

7:38am Sun 12 Jan 14

Oldfan says...

Good and very important three points from a potential banana skin game. Well done. It is surely no coincidence that we improved last season when Boruc started playing - he is vital to us.
Good and very important three points from a potential banana skin game. Well done. It is surely no coincidence that we improved last season when Boruc started playing - he is vital to us. Oldfan
  • Score: 4

8:40am Sun 12 Jan 14

SFCOLDBOY says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting.

Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post.
Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean.
If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache.
Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity.
Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes.
COYS
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post. Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean. If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache. Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity. Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes. COYS SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 1

9:05am Sun 12 Jan 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Stroppy_gramps wrote:
north wales saint 2 wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.
relegation standard performances?

are you f*cking kidding me?
Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting.

I will give you this:
Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table.
But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0.
Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game)
Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example.
We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season?
Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome?
Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us.


We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football.
The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time.
as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season)


relegation standard my hairy bum.
I don't believe in relegation..it's caused too many wars.
[quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]north wales saint 2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters.[/p][/quote]Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.[/p][/quote]relegation standard performances? are you f*cking kidding me? Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting. I will give you this: Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table. But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0. Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game) Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example. We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season? Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome? Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us. We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football. The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time. as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season) relegation standard my hairy bum.[/p][/quote]I don't believe in relegation..it's caused too many wars. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

9:53am Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

hedge end bob wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.
CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.
It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.[/p][/quote]CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.[/p][/quote]It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

9:54am Sun 12 Jan 14

Costa Baz says...

Stroppy_gramps wrote:
north wales saint 2 wrote:
Stroppy_gramps wrote:
not interested in the moaners - we won.

that's all that matters.
Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.
relegation standard performances?

are you f*cking kidding me?
Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting.

I will give you this:
Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table.
But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0.
Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game)
Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example.
We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season?
Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome?
Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us.


We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football.
The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time.
as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season)


relegation standard my hairy bum.
I still think the injuries came at the best time, not the worst.

We weren't expected to get many points from that run of fixtures, so IMO, best to have our better players available for winning points from teams we DO expect to beat.

I take a great deal of confidence from knowing, that even with an under strength team, we are capable of giving the top teams, except for Chelsea, a run for their money. It all bodes well, for the future.
[quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]north wales saint 2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stroppy_gramps[/bold] wrote: not interested in the moaners - we won. that's all that matters.[/p][/quote]Yes we did win,that is the most important thing but our form of late has been relegation standard and for our showing today we only ended up 1-0 winners and but for Artur late on that would not have been the case.I don,t profess to know where we go from here but the thread of our dominating games yet not being able to finish teams off seems to continue.How many teams have we thrashed this year?Hull at home and Cardiff away spring to mind.[/p][/quote]relegation standard performances? are you f*cking kidding me? Even that saggy faced moron Lawrenson is saying that our performances have been more deserving than the reults we've been getting. I will give you this: Injuries had a massive effect on our performance - they could not have come at a worst time i.e. the period when we were mostly playing the sides expected to top the table. But even then we did teams like Cardiff 3-0. Chelsea - BOTH times Mourhino had to make changes in order to beat us (and all that did was demonstrate what depth we need in OUR squad - he put £80 million worth of player on the pitch and it changed the game) Yes there were issues - Hoover isn't getting the game time, was quite clearly rusty and it showed for example. We drew against Man City - have you missed what they have been doing to other teams this season? Did you completely miss the controversy over a poor referee not giving us two clear penalty shouts in a game? Both of which would have had a massive effect on the outcome? Ok so we have been unlucky in not getting the goals - I'll give you that but the flip side is that our defense has actually been very good. We had a defensive wobble due to injury, but otherwise this has been a fantastic season for us. We are 9th in the table with a lovely SEVEN POINT gap between us and tenth. Everyone is widely claiming that we are playing great football. The injuries are coming back. Despite the injuries, that defence was actually beginning to tighten anyway as Hoover got more game time. as far as I'm concerned we are having a great season, we aren't going to thrash everyone and there are teams that are going to beat us as well as the results that just go against us (happens to every team, every season) relegation standard my hairy bum.[/p][/quote]I still think the injuries came at the best time, not the worst. We weren't expected to get many points from that run of fixtures, so IMO, best to have our better players available for winning points from teams we DO expect to beat. I take a great deal of confidence from knowing, that even with an under strength team, we are capable of giving the top teams, except for Chelsea, a run for their money. It all bodes well, for the future. Costa Baz
  • Score: 3

10:25am Sun 12 Jan 14

Positively4thStreet says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.
CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.
It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about.
Good impersonation of Kevin Bacon ! ;0)
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.[/p][/quote]CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.[/p][/quote]It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about.[/p][/quote]Good impersonation of Kevin Bacon ! ;0) Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 1

10:29am Sun 12 Jan 14

Confucious says...

Not the best of games yesterday. But a win.

That puts a spring in my step this morning. It means I can enjoy the Sunday papers; look forward with more relish to the televised matches today - and store my Sky recording of yesterday's match to savour during the week.

Ah yes - I do like a win. COYR!
Not the best of games yesterday. But a win. That puts a spring in my step this morning. It means I can enjoy the Sunday papers; look forward with more relish to the televised matches today - and store my Sky recording of yesterday's match to savour during the week. Ah yes - I do like a win. COYR! Confucious
  • Score: 5

10:50am Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.
CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.
It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about.
Good impersonation of Kevin Bacon ! ;0)
Subliminal salesmanship isn't my forte.
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]I use a mobile phone for phone calls and some texting, that's enough for me.[/p][/quote]CAN YOU DO OTHER THINGS ON MOBILS THEN?? CHRIST WHATEVER NEXT.[/p][/quote]It has a radio that I use to listen to Radio Solent on during matches, it has an O2 Interenet connection of sorts, which doesn't actually function very well inside the stadium and crashes every time I go on the BBC Sport site, as was said elsewhere I need to upgrade, but chose not to for the moment. It's called a Nokia C1 and costs me £17.50 a month on the current tarif, I do send and receive a lot of texts though. I top up quite often and they keep giving me money back, not sure what that is all about.[/p][/quote]Good impersonation of Kevin Bacon ! ;0)[/p][/quote]Subliminal salesmanship isn't my forte. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

10:52am Sun 12 Jan 14

TPFKARTSNINZ says...

Confucious wrote:
Not the best of games yesterday. But a win.

That puts a spring in my step this morning. It means I can enjoy the Sunday papers; look forward with more relish to the televised matches today - and store my Sky recording of yesterday's match to savour during the week.

Ah yes - I do like a win. COYR!
Don't forget to put that call in to Mrs Wilson on Monday morning.

We rely on you for all the inside information from SMS, such as how does Mo Po take his coffee, where does Adam get his tee-shirts printed & who on earth does Gaston's hair?
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: Not the best of games yesterday. But a win. That puts a spring in my step this morning. It means I can enjoy the Sunday papers; look forward with more relish to the televised matches today - and store my Sky recording of yesterday's match to savour during the week. Ah yes - I do like a win. COYR![/p][/quote]Don't forget to put that call in to Mrs Wilson on Monday morning. We rely on you for all the inside information from SMS, such as how does Mo Po take his coffee, where does Adam get his tee-shirts printed & who on earth does Gaston's hair? TPFKARTSNINZ
  • Score: 0

11:07am Sun 12 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!! saintlysoul
  • Score: -2

11:14am Sun 12 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here.

I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.
This is perhaps the most moving, insightful and poignant post I've ever read on here. It brought me back to earth and was humbling. You're right why do I go on about what is compared to the plight of others trivia? Thank you for this!
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: Christ alive! I've just spent two hours delivering food parcels to the homeless; poor buggers who've been bullied their whole lives and are now living under a bridge with literally nothing. And you know what? None of them moan half as much as some of the people here. I'm no expert but last time I checked 1 was more than 0. We got three points so rejoice. Things really could be a lot worse.[/p][/quote]This is perhaps the most moving, insightful and poignant post I've ever read on here. It brought me back to earth and was humbling. You're right why do I go on about what is compared to the plight of others trivia? Thank you for this! saintlysoul
  • Score: 3

11:16am Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down.
BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -1

11:24am Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
So you don't want us to respond to you? I thought that was what a WUM posts his rubbish for, so that his ego could be fed by idiots like me that respond to them? No need to get personal about a few of us, nobody actually likes you.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]So you don't want us to respond to you? I thought that was what a WUM posts his rubbish for, so that his ego could be fed by idiots like me that respond to them? No need to get personal about a few of us, nobody actually likes you. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -2

11:28am Sun 12 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting.

Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post.
Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean.
If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache.
Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity.
Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes.
COYS
Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean.

I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ......

Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match?
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post. Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean. If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache. Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity. Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes. COYS[/p][/quote]Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean. I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ...... Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match? Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 1

11:35am Sun 12 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
You seem to be missing the fact that it's quite good fun taking the pxxx out of the wums. They are generally of extremely low intelligence so it's not difficult and it serves as a reminder of our absolute superiority on the south coast.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]You seem to be missing the fact that it's quite good fun taking the pxxx out of the wums. They are generally of extremely low intelligence so it's not difficult and it serves as a reminder of our absolute superiority on the south coast. Clever Dick
  • Score: 1

11:39am Sun 12 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down.
We were a class apart, Osprey. I fear for West Brom over the coming season or two. Pity, they had been moving in the right direction but, as we and our neighbours know, things can change quickly in football.

Yes, the parts of our game which were below par were (1) the final ball ....................
... except Gaston's genius assist. Clyne had, possibly, his worst ever game in a Saints shirt but he'll be alright next week; he's too good to play that poorly every week; and (2) the finishing. When we did get breaks in and around the box, the shots were not good enough ....................
............ except for the goal - and that's all it took to put smiles on (most of) our faces.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down.[/p][/quote]We were a class apart, Osprey. I fear for West Brom over the coming season or two. Pity, they had been moving in the right direction but, as we and our neighbours know, things can change quickly in football. Yes, the parts of our game which were below par were (1) the final ball .................... ... except Gaston's genius assist. Clyne had, possibly, his worst ever game in a Saints shirt but he'll be alright next week; he's too good to play that poorly every week; and (2) the finishing. When we did get breaks in and around the box, the shots were not good enough .................... ............ except for the goal - and that's all it took to put smiles on (most of) our faces. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 5

11:47am Sun 12 Jan 14

SnapperSaint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I never seen so many minus votes for a post!!!
I think that say a lot to me un-saintlysoul... :o) but you have your opinion and all the rest of the fans will have theirs, that's the what football is all about...
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I never seen so many minus votes for a post!!! I think that say a lot to me un-saintlysoul... :o) but you have your opinion and all the rest of the fans will have theirs, that's the what football is all about... SnapperSaint
  • Score: 0

11:51am Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down.
We were a class apart, Osprey. I fear for West Brom over the coming season or two. Pity, they had been moving in the right direction but, as we and our neighbours know, things can change quickly in football.

Yes, the parts of our game which were below par were (1) the final ball ....................

... except Gaston's genius assist. Clyne had, possibly, his worst ever game in a Saints shirt but he'll be alright next week; he's too good to play that poorly every week; and (2) the finishing. When we did get breaks in and around the box, the shots were not good enough ....................

............ except for the goal - and that's all it took to put smiles on (most of) our faces.
Spot on, I wonder if Calum Chambers had been fit and on the bench whether Poch may have swapped him for Clyne, who was good at times, but did give away possession too much, but I think that was down to being a bit rusty, he will soon be back to his best I reckon. There were a few negatives yesterday, but it would be churlish to bash Albion, they came with a plan that almost worked, they were undone by a litlle bit of class in the end and a good team effort.
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: BBC Sport stats say we had 62% possession, 18 attempts, 5 on target compared with Albion 4 attempts, 2 on target. We committed 11 fouls Albion 17 fouls. It would suggest that we dominated the game, but only the completion rate let us down.[/p][/quote]We were a class apart, Osprey. I fear for West Brom over the coming season or two. Pity, they had been moving in the right direction but, as we and our neighbours know, things can change quickly in football. Yes, the parts of our game which were below par were (1) the final ball .................... ... except Gaston's genius assist. Clyne had, possibly, his worst ever game in a Saints shirt but he'll be alright next week; he's too good to play that poorly every week; and (2) the finishing. When we did get breaks in and around the box, the shots were not good enough .................... ............ except for the goal - and that's all it took to put smiles on (most of) our faces.[/p][/quote]Spot on, I wonder if Calum Chambers had been fit and on the bench whether Poch may have swapped him for Clyne, who was good at times, but did give away possession too much, but I think that was down to being a bit rusty, he will soon be back to his best I reckon. There were a few negatives yesterday, but it would be churlish to bash Albion, they came with a plan that almost worked, they were undone by a litlle bit of class in the end and a good team effort. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

11:55am Sun 12 Jan 14

up saints says...

most important thing yesterday was 3 points. i think if we got nothing yesterday and sunderland we would of dipped into the transfere market this jan.can't comment on the game missed it but i think gaston is a better player coming on for the last 25 min anyone agree but he is an expensive super sub.
most important thing yesterday was 3 points. i think if we got nothing yesterday and sunderland we would of dipped into the transfere market this jan.can't comment on the game missed it but i think gaston is a better player coming on for the last 25 min anyone agree but he is an expensive super sub. up saints
  • Score: 3

11:58am Sun 12 Jan 14

SnapperSaint says...

SnapperSaint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I never seen so many minus votes for a post!!!
I think that say a lot to me un-saintlysoul... :o) but you have your opinion and all the rest of the fans will have theirs, that's the what football is all about...
Ooops seems like this has already been covered further up the posting chain...I should read the thread a bit more before posting.
Anyway, thanks saintlysoul for waking us all out of our slumber, what would we do without people like you on here stirring things up a bit...
[quote][p][bold]SnapperSaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I never seen so many minus votes for a post!!! I think that say a lot to me un-saintlysoul... :o) but you have your opinion and all the rest of the fans will have theirs, that's the what football is all about...[/p][/quote]Ooops seems like this has already been covered further up the posting chain...I should read the thread a bit more before posting. Anyway, thanks saintlysoul for waking us all out of our slumber, what would we do without people like you on here stirring things up a bit... SnapperSaint
  • Score: -6

12:10pm Sun 12 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

hedge end bob wrote:
hedge end bob wrote:
saintlysoul wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
****
VAGINA, TW@T , FANNY,
As much as I agree with you in principle, you are relating our favourite antiposter with things that are actually useful.
[quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hedge end bob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]****[/p][/quote]VAGINA, TW@T , FANNY,[/p][/quote]As much as I agree with you in principle, you are relating our favourite antiposter with things that are actually useful. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: -3

12:42pm Sun 12 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 2

12:56pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
Beautiful !
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.[/p][/quote]Beautiful ! slugger
  • Score: -6

1:16pm Sun 12 Jan 14

ShakeyWiffles says...

saintlysoul wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?
Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!!
I think other than what you're saying your abundance of negative votes proves that it's not just Osprey who thinks you are talking absolute carp.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]I am at a loss why you think you are Saints supporter?[/p][/quote]Nice to see in an ever changing world certain things remain constant I.e. Osprey still can't respect other peoples opinions. The team today made a meal out of beating a woeful WBA. MP has lost his way. His selection was poor. Why oh why he started with Cork and Spider when they've been so poor recently is worrying. Ramirez? He's awful. He scored a goal against what appeared to be a blind keeper at Everton and made a pass today that led to the goal otherwise he's hopeless!!!!! Look at the Saints decline of late - look at the team that started the season the absence of Wanyama and JWP in the starting line up is obviously making a difference! Anyway I've no doubt MP will be gone in the summer. All I hope is that the next manager will be British and will play British players rather than the foreign contingent!!!!!!![/p][/quote]I think other than what you're saying your abundance of negative votes proves that it's not just Osprey who thinks you are talking absolute carp. ShakeyWiffles
  • Score: -3

2:11pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Velleity says...

saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul
. "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me.

I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football.

Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul . "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me. I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football. Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support. Velleity
  • Score: -3

2:50pm Sun 12 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

Velleity wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul

. "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me.

I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football.

Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support.
You are a girl!
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul . "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me. I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football. Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support.[/p][/quote]You are a girl! saintlysoul
  • Score: 3

2:53pm Sun 12 Jan 14

saintlysoul says...

slugger wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
Beautiful !
Oh dear have I touched a raw nerve? Looks like I have he he
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.[/p][/quote]Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Oh dear have I touched a raw nerve? Looks like I have he he saintlysoul
  • Score: 3

2:58pm Sun 12 Jan 14

warrens 76 says...

Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some!

BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has..

I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things…

Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings…

Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more...

…Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play..

Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet…

Big things await us...
Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some! BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has.. I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things… Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings… Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more... …Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play.. Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet… Big things await us... warrens 76
  • Score: 11

3:00pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Velleity says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul


. "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me.

I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football.

Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support.
You are a girl!
You think I'm a girl. You also think "Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. " So we know what to think of your analytical skills.

I think you're just a sad, lonely, 14-year-old boy indulging in masturbatory fantasies in his bedroom involving people liking you and being interested in your opinion.

Only one of us is right.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]Poor old Bring Back Branfoot/Saintlysoul . "Valerie"! To get you so annoyed you have to resort to changing my name to a girl's name (with wit like that you must go to a lot of parties!) is beautiful to me. I didn't really mention anything about you bar quoting the utter tripe you posted last year about Adam - it stuck in my mind at the time as one of the weirdest posts I'd ever read on here so it wasn't hard to find. So sorry to point out to all and sundry that you know NOTHING about football. Now leave your bedroom go downstairs to your mummy and cry on her shoulder for another year before coming on here and attacking the team you purport to support.[/p][/quote]You are a girl![/p][/quote]You think I'm a girl. You also think "Lallana is a good player for league one or the Championship. IMO he's not a Premier League player. He's too small and too light getting pushed off the ball far too easily. He's not a captain. When you watch him he says little on the pitch. You hardly ever see him encouraging the team! He has the annoying habit of using one trick - pulling the ball behind his standing leg. Premiership defenders deal with him easily. " So we know what to think of your analytical skills. I think you're just a sad, lonely, 14-year-old boy indulging in masturbatory fantasies in his bedroom involving people liking you and being interested in your opinion. Only one of us is right. Velleity
  • Score: -4

3:00pm Sun 12 Jan 14

warrens 76 says...

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
Beautiful !
Oh dear have I touched a raw nerve? Looks like I have he he
Oi behave yourself!
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.[/p][/quote]Beautiful ![/p][/quote]Oh dear have I touched a raw nerve? Looks like I have he he[/p][/quote]Oi behave yourself! warrens 76
  • Score: 5

3:04pm Sun 12 Jan 14

swesaint says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
swesaint wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward!
you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals
I Guess I just prefer us to throw to an open player and keep possession
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward![/p][/quote]you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals[/p][/quote]I Guess I just prefer us to throw to an open player and keep possession swesaint
  • Score: 0

3:13pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
Can I drive the bus please? :O)
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.[/p][/quote]Can I drive the bus please? :O) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 2

3:26pm Sun 12 Jan 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

swesaint wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
swesaint wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward!
you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals
I Guess I just prefer us to throw to an open player and keep possession
One area we could improve is on the break.

Lots of Teams soak up our pressure and then try and hit us on the counter.

I would like to see high speed breaks of our own.

Otherwise, SAINTS are doing well. Newcastle will probably lose today and will be the next team to overhaul in the League.

NO REASON NOT TO HAVE A GOOD RUN IN THE FA CUP.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE YEOVIL GAME AND HOPEFULLY A GOOD TURN OUT.

UTS.
[quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swesaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]You sound like a Sunday footballer. Forward, forward, everything forward![/p][/quote]you sound like your happy with NOT going forward and getting more goals[/p][/quote]I Guess I just prefer us to throw to an open player and keep possession[/p][/quote]One area we could improve is on the break. Lots of Teams soak up our pressure and then try and hit us on the counter. I would like to see high speed breaks of our own. Otherwise, SAINTS are doing well. Newcastle will probably lose today and will be the next team to overhaul in the League. NO REASON NOT TO HAVE A GOOD RUN IN THE FA CUP. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE YEOVIL GAME AND HOPEFULLY A GOOD TURN OUT. UTS. REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 6

3:26pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Rising_Son says...

Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess? Rising_Son
  • Score: 2

3:34pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Velleity says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
He also said that the club had no money for signings. Can't be arsed to find the posts but he was as shouty about that as that NA would go, so I'd call "lucky". Remember that all he posts is negative, so occasionally he'll make a good call by being consistent. Perhaps one day Lallana will be rubbish and he'll be right about that as well.

As the aphorsim goes, a stopped clock is right twice a day.
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]He also said that the club had no money for signings. Can't be arsed to find the posts but he was as shouty about that as that NA would go, so I'd call "lucky". Remember that all he posts is negative, so occasionally he'll make a good call by being consistent. Perhaps one day Lallana will be rubbish and he'll be right about that as well. As the aphorsim goes, a stopped clock is right twice a day. Velleity
  • Score: -1

3:36pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me . slugger
  • Score: -1

3:51pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points.

The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window.

Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem.
Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points. The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window. Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 8

3:55pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

slugger wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .[/p][/quote]The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie! Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 4

4:07pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie!
He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .[/p][/quote]The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie![/p][/quote]He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match . slugger
  • Score: 0

4:12pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!!
so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why?
no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland.
where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.
Can I drive the bus please? :O)
No but you can reverse it again afterwards........ju
st to make sure.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: I was bored last night so I put some posts on her just to see whether anything had changed and predictably it hasn't there are still the sad souls like slugger and osprey imposing their views on people but the award goes to Valerie who is sad enough to actually print what I posted a year ago !!!! You poor mutts for God sake get lives and stop responding to WUMS!!!!!![/p][/quote]so if you don't like the other posters or what they post, and you obviously don't like the club or watch the games, why do you bother to post anything? you seem to forget that some of the regulars on here, who love to talk about the club and the games, have very good memories. you have deliberately tried to wind people up with the drivel you post whilst pretending to be a saints fan, then get abusive when people respond, why? no one on here tries to impose their views on anyone, apart from fools like you. what posters like ospers, slugger and velleity do is correct people who post false facts and debate opinions with others, oh and then find out people like you who are just wums. all of the posters on here have different opinions, some think cork is better than wanyama (personally I prefer big vic). others want your club to go bust again get kicked out of the league and disappear this season, others want you to get relegated and slowly sink out of existence and so prolonging the agony for fools like you. we also have different opinions on which supermarket should be built on nottarf in a couple of years, most feel that given the area and the inhabitants it should be a lidl or poundland. where you bored last night waiting until stupid o`clock to watch 10 seconds of `highlights` from your fabulous 0-0 draw away to high flying oxford? if so I can think of much better things for you to do than coming on here, playing with your sistermum and uncledadbrother for a start or there`s going out to the street and standing in front of a moving bus to see if you have any superpowers, jumping from the top of a tower block would also work. you could try punching a policewoman, or finding out if you could swim to America. or, and this would be the hardest for someone like you, you could go OUT and meet people, make new friends and enjoy chatting laughing and other peoples company. you never know you might even meet that special someone whos not a relative. enjoy life be happy and don't come back, you wont be missed.[/p][/quote]Can I drive the bus please? :O)[/p][/quote]No but you can reverse it again afterwards........ju st to make sure. Clever Dick
  • Score: 3

4:18pm Sun 12 Jan 14

willygetaway says...

warrens 76 wrote:
Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some!

BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has..

I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things…

Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings…

Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more...

…Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play..

Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet…

Big things await us...
does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some! BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has.. I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things… Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings… Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more... …Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play.. Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet… Big things await us...[/p][/quote]does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol willygetaway
  • Score: 0

4:20pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie!
He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .
JWP is very much part of the first team squad now and deservedly so. If his father was to severely criticise the other players, particularly the captain, I really do think that would cause a lot of grief, particularly with Cortese.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .[/p][/quote]The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie![/p][/quote]He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .[/p][/quote]JWP is very much part of the first team squad now and deservedly so. If his father was to severely criticise the other players, particularly the captain, I really do think that would cause a lot of grief, particularly with Cortese. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 3

4:22pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Santa Retfordia says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points. The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window. Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem.
Looking at the table, the good news is I can't see us being overtaken by anyone below us, but who can we catch? Newcastle? Probably. United? Maybe. Imagine if it comes down to the last day between us and them. It would be a right old touch.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points. The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window. Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem.[/p][/quote]Looking at the table, the good news is I can't see us being overtaken by anyone below us, but who can we catch? Newcastle? Probably. United? Maybe. Imagine if it comes down to the last day between us and them. It would be a right old touch. Santa Retfordia
  • Score: 6

4:23pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Rising_Son says...

slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie!
He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .
But JWP is actually pretty good, so why would he want him to help us win? It would only deepen his gloom.
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .[/p][/quote]The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie![/p][/quote]He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .[/p][/quote]But JWP is actually pretty good, so why would he want him to help us win? It would only deepen his gloom. Rising_Son
  • Score: 3

4:26pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Santa Retfordia wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points. The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window. Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem.
Looking at the table, the good news is I can't see us being overtaken by anyone below us, but who can we catch? Newcastle? Probably. United? Maybe. Imagine if it comes down to the last day between us and them. It would be a right old touch.
That would be nice.

Liverpool's fluked goal against Stoke hasn't helped :(
[quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Studying the table for the first time in a while I confess to not having realised how far adrift from the top we have become. We went to Arsenal with an outside chance of topping the table and we are now actually closer to 20th placed Palace than first placed City, on points. The top teams just don't have bad runs like the one we've just had due to their strength in depth. I'm sure we will gradually strengthen with academy coming through and the odd choice signing. I'd like to see us sign one player in Jan as it makes sense to not make wholesale changes as has been proven by others, perhaps one or two in each and every transfer window. Newcastle are catchable but in the real world only an amazing run by us and a serious drop off in form by the others would see us climb above 8th. Seems a very sensible ambition for only our 2nd season back in the prem.[/p][/quote]Looking at the table, the good news is I can't see us being overtaken by anyone below us, but who can we catch? Newcastle? Probably. United? Maybe. Imagine if it comes down to the last day between us and them. It would be a right old touch.[/p][/quote]That would be nice. Liverpool's fluked goal against Stoke hasn't helped :( Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

Given our league position I really can't think of a better season to have a right good go at the cup. Yes we need to give fringe and youth a run out but lets have quality on the bench like we did against Burnley and didn't do against Sunderland.
Given our league position I really can't think of a better season to have a right good go at the cup. Yes we need to give fringe and youth a run out but lets have quality on the bench like we did against Burnley and didn't do against Sunderland. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 3

4:41pm Sun 12 Jan 14

warrens 76 says...

willygetaway wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some!

BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has..

I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things…

Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings…

Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more...

…Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play..

Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet…

Big things await us...
does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol
yes!
[quote][p][bold]willygetaway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some! BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has.. I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things… Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings… Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more... …Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play.. Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet… Big things await us...[/p][/quote]does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol[/p][/quote]yes! warrens 76
  • Score: 0

4:52pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Norwegian Saint says...

Boruc in goal.... 7 goals conceded in 13 games
Gazza and Super Kelv....16 goals in 9 games

Welcome back Artur!
Clyne had his poorest game but that was his only poor game.
Ramirez is getting some headlines but apart from the pass to Adam I thought he was ok.
Lambert and J-Rod struggled.
Fonte, Lovren and Shaw all looked solid.
Cork was very good and was very surprised he was subbed (but it worked out;-)
Spider was average (to his high standards)
Stevie D put in another good shift.

Main thing is... Three well earned points against a time wasting team. Even sweeter when I know a Baggie here!

Sunderland next.... Let's give 'um a hellll of a beating and shut Monkey boy up again.
Boruc in goal.... 7 goals conceded in 13 games Gazza and Super Kelv....16 goals in 9 games Welcome back Artur! Clyne had his poorest game but that was his only poor game. Ramirez is getting some headlines but apart from the pass to Adam I thought he was ok. Lambert and J-Rod struggled. Fonte, Lovren and Shaw all looked solid. Cork was very good and was very surprised he was subbed (but it worked out;-) Spider was average (to his high standards) Stevie D put in another good shift. Main thing is... Three well earned points against a time wasting team. Even sweeter when I know a Baggie here! Sunderland next.... Let's give 'um a hellll of a beating and shut Monkey boy up again. Norwegian Saint
  • Score: 3

4:58pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?
It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .
The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie!
He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .
JWP is very much part of the first team squad now and deservedly so. If his father was to severely criticise the other players, particularly the captain, I really do think that would cause a lot of grief, particularly with Cortese.
Exactamundo ....... If he was indeed James's father , he's incredibly stupid .
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before we forget, among all his negative comments about everyone except JWP, Saintly, if I remember correctly, was the first to tell us that NA was on the way out. Insider knowledge or lucky guess?[/p][/quote]It's been said (by someone in "in the know") that he's John Ward Prowse ...... seems reasonable to me .[/p][/quote]The father of a quality player like JWP would not diss his sons teammates like he does, not good for dressing room camaraderie![/p][/quote]He probably would if he were a poorpey fan and was frustrated that his nipper wasn't starting every match .[/p][/quote]JWP is very much part of the first team squad now and deservedly so. If his father was to severely criticise the other players, particularly the captain, I really do think that would cause a lot of grief, particularly with Cortese.[/p][/quote]Exactamundo ....... If he was indeed James's father , he's incredibly stupid . slugger
  • Score: 0

5:00pm Sun 12 Jan 14

ghk230473 says...

I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc!
I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc! ghk230473
  • Score: 8

5:01pm Sun 12 Jan 14

st1halo says...

up saints wrote:
most important thing yesterday was 3 points. i think if we got nothing yesterday and sunderland we would of dipped into the transfere market this jan.can't comment on the game missed it but i think gaston is a better player coming on for the last 25 min anyone agree but he is an expensive super sub.
Gaston was expensive but is just the sort of player we will need if we are to grow in stature as a club. The top 6 have expensive subs sat on the bench. His introduction yesterday changed the dynamics of our attack completely. If he continues this way he will become invaluable. It may be a while before he finds his way into the fans hearts but I still have faith and really want him to succeed. Here's hoping.

STID
[quote][p][bold]up saints[/bold] wrote: most important thing yesterday was 3 points. i think if we got nothing yesterday and sunderland we would of dipped into the transfere market this jan.can't comment on the game missed it but i think gaston is a better player coming on for the last 25 min anyone agree but he is an expensive super sub.[/p][/quote]Gaston was expensive but is just the sort of player we will need if we are to grow in stature as a club. The top 6 have expensive subs sat on the bench. His introduction yesterday changed the dynamics of our attack completely. If he continues this way he will become invaluable. It may be a while before he finds his way into the fans hearts but I still have faith and really want him to succeed. Here's hoping. STID st1halo
  • Score: 3

5:20pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.
I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win. Seedhouse the Unrepentant
  • Score: 2

5:27pm Sun 12 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.
its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.[/p][/quote]its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.
its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.
Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen.
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.[/p][/quote]its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.[/p][/quote]Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen. Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Sun 12 Jan 14

SFCOLDBOY says...

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting.

Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post.
Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean.
If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache.
Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity.
Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes.
COYS
Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean.

I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ......

Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match?
Yeh,will try to get to the Station with the mob.Are you going there?
[quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post. Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean. If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache. Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity. Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes. COYS[/p][/quote]Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean. I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ...... Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match?[/p][/quote]Yeh,will try to get to the Station with the mob.Are you going there? SFCOLDBOY
  • Score: 2

5:36pm Sun 12 Jan 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Given our league position I really can't think of a better season to have a right good go at the cup. Yes we need to give fringe and youth a run out but lets have quality on the bench like we did against Burnley and didn't do against Sunderland.
You're right. It's looking GOOD for a run in the Cup.

We are 9th in the Premiership and Manure are out.of the FA Cup. Other Top Teams will tumble so we have a chance this year of QF - SF at the very least.

Team Selection is crucial and putting out a weakened side against Championship Teams (Away) and Premiership Teams (Home and Away) is asking to be knocked out.

LIKE LEAGUE ONE - with all the games we played - we are very capable of maintaining our LEAGUE FORM and should aim to get as high as we can.

We are TOP OF OUR LEAGUE and competing with the likes of Newcastle Manure Everton and Tottenham. What an improvement from last Season.

With more depth in our Squad and consistency - We can remain a STRONG SIDE in this League for the next 100+ years. Pompey will be still be struggling in League 2 if they still exist.

COYR
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: Given our league position I really can't think of a better season to have a right good go at the cup. Yes we need to give fringe and youth a run out but lets have quality on the bench like we did against Burnley and didn't do against Sunderland.[/p][/quote]You're right. It's looking GOOD for a run in the Cup. We are 9th in the Premiership and Manure are out.of the FA Cup. Other Top Teams will tumble so we have a chance this year of QF - SF at the very least. Team Selection is crucial and putting out a weakened side against Championship Teams (Away) and Premiership Teams (Home and Away) is asking to be knocked out. LIKE LEAGUE ONE - with all the games we played - we are very capable of maintaining our LEAGUE FORM and should aim to get as high as we can. We are TOP OF OUR LEAGUE and competing with the likes of Newcastle Manure Everton and Tottenham. What an improvement from last Season. With more depth in our Squad and consistency - We can remain a STRONG SIDE in this League for the next 100+ years. Pompey will be still be struggling in League 2 if they still exist. COYR REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 5

5:44pm Sun 12 Jan 14

willygetaway says...

warrens 76 wrote:
willygetaway wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some!

BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has..

I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things…

Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings…

Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more...

…Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play..

Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet…

Big things await us...
does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol
yes!
can you lend me 50 francs :- )
[quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willygetaway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some! BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has.. I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things… Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings… Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more... …Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play.. Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet… Big things await us...[/p][/quote]does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol[/p][/quote]yes![/p][/quote]can you lend me 50 francs :- ) willygetaway
  • Score: 2

5:51pm Sun 12 Jan 14

warrens 76 says...

willygetaway wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
willygetaway wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some!

BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has..

I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things…

Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings…

Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more...

…Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play..

Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet…

Big things await us...
does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol
yes!
can you lend me 50 francs :- )
get out of my office!
[quote][p][bold]willygetaway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willygetaway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warrens 76[/bold] wrote: Mark my words…last year I commented that Lallana needed to be a bit stronger and step up…he has and some! BbB commented that JRod was not producing and needed to step up..he has.. I also think Gaston will step up….he is not a Suarez (yet) however confidence and a proper pre season will change things… Mo Po will get whatever resources he needs, he and his staff are like formula one technicians tinkering and making slight adjustments that on paper are tiny however cumulatively HUGE..hence no January signings… Consider that Boruc and Wanyama injuries cost us realistically one win and two draws….OK 5 points more... …Sunderland and WHU at home should have been nailed on victories before this disappointing 9 game episode began…there were four points gone with full strength at play.. Ramirez and/or Osvaldo WILL come good…a back up keeper and one more Lovren quality defender will give us the one nil to the Arsenil factor…strikers are just not there yet… Big things await us...[/p][/quote]does that mean your putting on weight Bruv lol[/p][/quote]yes![/p][/quote]can you lend me 50 francs :- )[/p][/quote]get out of my office! warrens 76
  • Score: 1

5:55pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Clever Dick says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.
its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.
Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen.
Same in the ManC game. Newcastle denied a great goal by another dreadful decision. This is happening so often against the smaller clubs that I think there should be a footballing term for it. I'd suggest it should be called "a Clattenburg".
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.[/p][/quote]its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.[/p][/quote]Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen.[/p][/quote]Same in the ManC game. Newcastle denied a great goal by another dreadful decision. This is happening so often against the smaller clubs that I think there should be a footballing term for it. I'd suggest it should be called "a Clattenburg". Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

6:21pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Clever Dick wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
el caballo santos101 wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.
its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.
Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen.
Same in the ManC game. Newcastle denied a great goal by another dreadful decision. This is happening so often against the smaller clubs that I think there should be a footballing term for it. I'd suggest it should be called "a Clattenburg".
Good idea. On the subject of analogies:

We all know going bust and falling out of the FL is known as "a Portsmouth".

Might I suggest that the phrase "you fcuking old cnut" now be known as "a Pardew"

:O)
[quote][p][bold]Clever Dick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: I see the ref is absolutely determined Liverpool win.[/p][/quote]its hard enough for the `smaller` teams against the likes of Liverpool without the ref doing his best to help them. no handball against sterling and then a very soft pen. its not jus us who get a raw deal. we don't want poor decisions given to us, we just want fairness for ALL clubs.[/p][/quote]Totally agree....however, I believe that if the media made more of an issue of such decisions, then refs would be less inclined to err on the side of the 'usual suspects'. Sadly....it won't happen.[/p][/quote]Same in the ManC game. Newcastle denied a great goal by another dreadful decision. This is happening so often against the smaller clubs that I think there should be a footballing term for it. I'd suggest it should be called "a Clattenburg".[/p][/quote]Good idea. On the subject of analogies: We all know going bust and falling out of the FL is known as "a Portsmouth". Might I suggest that the phrase "you fcuking old cnut" now be known as "a Pardew" :O) Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 0

6:48pm Sun 12 Jan 14

REDARMYRULETHESOUTH says...

Norwegian Saint wrote:
Boruc in goal.... 7 goals conceded in 13 games
Gazza and Super Kelv....16 goals in 9 games

Welcome back Artur!
Clyne had his poorest game but that was his only poor game.
Ramirez is getting some headlines but apart from the pass to Adam I thought he was ok.
Lambert and J-Rod struggled.
Fonte, Lovren and Shaw all looked solid.
Cork was very good and was very surprised he was subbed (but it worked out;-)
Spider was average (to his high standards)
Stevie D put in another good shift.

Main thing is... Three well earned points against a time wasting team. Even sweeter when I know a Baggie here!

Sunderland next.... Let's give 'um a hellll of a beating and shut Monkey boy up again.
TO COMPETE WITH THE TOP TEAMS - WE NEED TO GO TO SUNDERLAND AND WIN.

WE HAVE TOP SUPPORTERS AWAY.

UTS
[quote][p][bold]Norwegian Saint[/bold] wrote: Boruc in goal.... 7 goals conceded in 13 games Gazza and Super Kelv....16 goals in 9 games Welcome back Artur! Clyne had his poorest game but that was his only poor game. Ramirez is getting some headlines but apart from the pass to Adam I thought he was ok. Lambert and J-Rod struggled. Fonte, Lovren and Shaw all looked solid. Cork was very good and was very surprised he was subbed (but it worked out;-) Spider was average (to his high standards) Stevie D put in another good shift. Main thing is... Three well earned points against a time wasting team. Even sweeter when I know a Baggie here! Sunderland next.... Let's give 'um a hellll of a beating and shut Monkey boy up again.[/p][/quote]TO COMPETE WITH THE TOP TEAMS - WE NEED TO GO TO SUNDERLAND AND WIN. WE HAVE TOP SUPPORTERS AWAY. UTS REDARMYRULETHESOUTH
  • Score: 7

7:47pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

Having followed our club home and away through thick and thin I often wonder where the likes of Saintlysoul actually fit in ? ....... What did he expect when Alan Pardew was appointed manager 4 years back ? ........ Me ? ...... I'm as happy as a pig in sh1t !
Having followed our club home and away through thick and thin I often wonder where the likes of Saintlysoul actually fit in ? ....... What did he expect when Alan Pardew was appointed manager 4 years back ? ........ Me ? ...... I'm as happy as a pig in sh1t ! slugger
  • Score: 0

7:56pm Sun 12 Jan 14

slugger says...

ghk230473 wrote:
I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc!
And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;)
[quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc![/p][/quote]And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;) slugger
  • Score: 3

9:37pm Sun 12 Jan 14

SouthLondonSaint says...

saintlysoul wrote:
Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?
You talk sh*t mate, didn't watch the same game I did.
[quote][p][bold]saintlysoul[/bold] wrote: Watched game today. Boruc saved the team. Back four were good. Spider virtually absent. Cork was poor. Lalana scored otherwise did nothing. Davis poor. J Rod awful. Lambert lazy. Lucky to win. Ramirez made a pass that led to goal otherwise hopeless. I really am at a loss as to why Cork and Ramirez are played?[/p][/quote]You talk sh*t mate, didn't watch the same game I did. SouthLondonSaint
  • Score: 4

10:53pm Sun 12 Jan 14

Strasbourg Saint says...

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Santa Retfordia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,
knew that before i went to the game today
Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.
Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.
My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.
You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?
Who?
Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.
An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting.

Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.
Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post.
Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean.
If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache.
Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity.
Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes.
COYS
Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean.

I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ......

Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match?
Yeh,will try to get to the Station with the mob.Are you going there?
The Station? I reckon we could squeeze it in, Oldboy - see you there.
[quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SFCOLDBOY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Strasbourg Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Santa Retfordia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Hands up all those that knew Saints Under 18's beat West Ham 2 - 1 today? Goals by Barnes (Pen) and Sims. Not mentioned on the OS yet as far as I know,[/p][/quote]knew that before i went to the game today[/p][/quote]Good stuff, I struggled to find any details, but am well pleased with the result, I heard that like Calum Chambers, some of the youngsters have had a virus infection.[/p][/quote]Just follow the club's official twitter feed: you get loads of in-game updates straight to your phone.[/p][/quote]My mobile is a coal powered relic, not up to the techy stuff and the game was still on when I left home for St Marys. This Echo site has a twitter feed too, but I actually got the details off Not606 in the end. Always happy if someone can posts any details of the other games on here.[/p][/quote]You need an upgrade, dude. Has Kevin Bacon taught us nothing?[/p][/quote]Who?[/p][/quote]Used to play left-back for Brentford. He loves his phones.[/p][/quote]An amazing family who, like the Wallaces, got three lads into the same team (albeit Brentford). Kevin was the best but his brothers, Streaky and Danish weren't bad. It would have been four but the youngest brother, Smokey, who many felt could have played for England, sort of spoilt it all by suddenly going into acting. Although he didn't do too badly in Hollywood, many feel he rather let the family down by throwing away his football career. According to his father, his brothers were quite level headed, but Smokey was ........... em ............. rasher.[/p][/quote]Strassie sat in bed reading your reply-post. Nothing much going on as usual,if you know what I mean. If it,s not the flu its a bl00dy headache. Anyway, I giggled for ages at your latest input,beer obviously helps your creativity. Perhaps you should try beer at school you could have the most intelligent kids and at the same time Proffesor Stassie will be No 1 in their bleary eyes. COYS[/p][/quote]Sounds like my w/e Oldboy. Beer might aid the creativity but it ruins the cuddling. And she often plays 10 across the back if you know what I mean. I like the idea of feeding the kids beer. A German colleague did take one of my university groups to the Stuttgart Beer Fest last year. I could try something similar. If Carlsberg taught English ...... Talking of beer, see you all before the Liverpool match?[/p][/quote]Yeh,will try to get to the Station with the mob.Are you going there?[/p][/quote]The Station? I reckon we could squeeze it in, Oldboy - see you there. Strasbourg Saint
  • Score: 2

11:53pm Sun 12 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

2 goals up for the December goal of the month on the bbc. lets all vote for both our goals. you can vote on the bbc sport website or on twitter.
goal 5, osvaldos superb effort v man city
goal 7, j-rods goal v Newcastle, an excellent team counter attack
tweet #goal5 for dani`s or/and #goal7 for j-rods. you can vote as many times as you like, so lets try to get our boys at the top.
2 goals up for the December goal of the month on the bbc. lets all vote for both our goals. you can vote on the bbc sport website or on twitter. goal 5, osvaldos superb effort v man city goal 7, j-rods goal v Newcastle, an excellent team counter attack tweet #goal5 for dani`s or/and #goal7 for j-rods. you can vote as many times as you like, so lets try to get our boys at the top. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 0

12:27am Mon 13 Jan 14

el caballo santos101 says...

el caballo santos101 wrote:
2 goals up for the December goal of the month on the bbc. lets all vote for both our goals. you can vote on the bbc sport website or on twitter.
goal 5, osvaldos superb effort v man city
goal 7, j-rods goal v Newcastle, an excellent team counter attack
tweet #goal5 for dani`s or/and #goal7 for j-rods. you can vote as many times as you like, so lets try to get our boys at the top.
voting over suarez got 1st and 2nd dani got 3rd.
[quote][p][bold]el caballo santos101[/bold] wrote: 2 goals up for the December goal of the month on the bbc. lets all vote for both our goals. you can vote on the bbc sport website or on twitter. goal 5, osvaldos superb effort v man city goal 7, j-rods goal v Newcastle, an excellent team counter attack tweet #goal5 for dani`s or/and #goal7 for j-rods. you can vote as many times as you like, so lets try to get our boys at the top.[/p][/quote]voting over suarez got 1st and 2nd dani got 3rd. el caballo santos101
  • Score: 1

2:12am Mon 13 Jan 14

ghk230473 says...

slugger wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc!
And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;)
I'll give you that!
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc![/p][/quote]And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;)[/p][/quote]I'll give you that! ghk230473
  • Score: 1

8:55am Mon 13 Jan 14

lowe esteem says...

We were all over 'em and as per Mopo 'controlled' the game. Nobody really played badly, that was pretty much our best 11 and it was frustrating, but we pulled it off, and West Brom would have committed daylight robbery with any sort of points return (just as we have done unto others this season). I do believe we didn't mix our game enough on the day by ranging in more speculative shots a la Clyne Lallana Osvaldo of late. One of our strengths came to the fore again, as we were constantly 'robbing' the Baggies of the ball, and the stats reflect that we had the lions share of possession, shots on/off target etc etc. Other than the late scare producing that match winning face saving stop from Artur, there was only one team in it, and they couldn't touch us.
An altogether compelling game, that I always felt we would win, and in hindsight still enjoyed, apart from this Saintly soul sat in front of me, complaining about the glare, the cold, the absence of Puncheon, and the lack of goals from 5 minutes in. I think he may come from 'elsewhere' as he seemed to think it was right to keep his back to the pitch throughout.
We were all over 'em and as per Mopo 'controlled' the game. Nobody really played badly, that was pretty much our best 11 and it was frustrating, but we pulled it off, and West Brom would have committed daylight robbery with any sort of points return (just as we have done unto others this season). I do believe we didn't mix our game enough on the day by ranging in more speculative shots a la Clyne Lallana Osvaldo of late. One of our strengths came to the fore again, as we were constantly 'robbing' the Baggies of the ball, and the stats reflect that we had the lions share of possession, shots on/off target etc etc. Other than the late scare producing that match winning face saving stop from Artur, there was only one team in it, and they couldn't touch us. An altogether compelling game, that I always felt we would win, and in hindsight still enjoyed, apart from this Saintly soul sat in front of me, complaining about the glare, the cold, the absence of Puncheon, and the lack of goals from 5 minutes in. I think he may come from 'elsewhere' as he seemed to think it was right to keep his back to the pitch throughout. lowe esteem
  • Score: 3

8:59am Mon 13 Jan 14

lowe esteem says...

the south coast is ours wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
the south coast is ours wrote:
the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.
I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think.
you cant be off side from a throw in so dont know why we dont use this to our advantage.
Rory Delap's a bit of a throw back isn't he?
[quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the south coast is ours[/bold] wrote: the only thing i find frustrating with saints is when we get a throw in , in the opponents half we tend to throw back, instead of going forward and putting pressure on there defence.[/p][/quote]I think the throw-in rule needs a re-think.[/p][/quote]you cant be off side from a throw in so dont know why we dont use this to our advantage.[/p][/quote]Rory Delap's a bit of a throw back isn't he? lowe esteem
  • Score: 0

1:58pm Mon 13 Jan 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

slugger wrote:
ghk230473 wrote:
I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc!
And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;)
Oh! no he isn't.............
[quote][p][bold]slugger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghk230473[/bold] wrote: I come on here to seek opinions and others views on matches and events surrounding the club. It's very rare that I get that, this site is used by some to spout crap basically. I won't hold my breath to view opinion on our formation, tactics, players strength etc etc![/p][/quote]And so says one of the most argumentative people on here ! ;)[/p][/quote]Oh! no he isn't............. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

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