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Rickie Lambert wants to score lots more goals for Southampton

By Gordon Simpson

6:30am Monday 14th January 2013

Lambert hankers after more goals

BY anyone’s measure, Rickie Lambert has enjoyed a fine season so far – but Saints’ talismanic front man has warned opponents that his best is yet to come.

The striker scored his ninth goal of the Premier League campaign when he confidently converted the decisive penalty in Saturday’s 1-0 win at relegation rivals Aston Villa.

It is an impressive, not to mention invaluable, return from the 30-year-old, especially considering that just 18 months ago he had never played above League One level.

However, despite being just a single strike away from double figures, Lambert brushes off the suggestion that he might be ahead of schedule this term when it comes to goals.

“No, not really, I kind of hoped I would be on more,” he said.

“I’m going to try and push on. I’m going to get fitter with each game.

“I’m properly match fit early doors, but the longer the season goes the fitter I feel and the better I feel.

“I’m hoping you’re going to see a better Rickie Lambert the second half (of the season).”

Lambert, who wore the captain’s armband in the absence of Adam Lallana and José Fonte on Saturday, hailed Saints’ second away win of the season as “massive”.

“That is a big, big three points,” he said.

“Obviously, picking up three points to teams who are around you is massive, so we’re absolutely delighted with that three points.

“No disrespect to Aston Villa, but we know it’s not an easy time for them at the minute, so we tried to take advantage of that.

“We know they’re a good team and I think they will stay up easily.

“They will go on a run shortly, but we tried to take advantage of the situation they’re in, and we did that first-half.”

Lambert added: “We battled like hell. To grind out a 1-0, I definitely think we deserved it.

“But full credit to Aston Villa. Second half they put us under a lot of pressure.”

Comments(237)

Comments(237)

Velleity says...
6:57am Mon 14 Jan 13

I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed.

I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets.

Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.

Little Hitler says...
6:59am Mon 14 Jan 13

One of the most important players in our history. We ALWAYS look worse without him in the team.

Southampton boy says...
7:37am Mon 14 Jan 13

I must admit I was one of these people who did not think that RL would not make the step up he needed for the PREM, but I am now one of his biggest fan now and his movement off the ball is much better, he has improved as an all round player. and when he take a PEN you just know its going in and his record is better then that of MAtt Le Tiss 31 out 31 where Le Tiss missed 1 wew need to get somethiong from the next 2 games to maintain are push up the table and safety so COYR's

Grampy60 says...
7:39am Mon 14 Jan 13

He should spend 10 minutes watching some Bristol Rovers youtube complications of his goals there. Loads of unstoppable volleys from outside the box, more of those please! A joy to see.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
7:58am Mon 14 Jan 13

ONE

since 1885 says...
7:58am Mon 14 Jan 13

Lambert is pure class. He didn't have his best game on Saturday, but nobody's perfect. JRod can do a lot of the running for him, lay it off to Rickie to finish. JRod needs to work on his finishing but could complement Rickie well. Rickie will become a Saints legend.

since 1885 says...
7:59am Mon 14 Jan 13

Little Hitler wrote:
One of the most important players in our history. We ALWAYS look worse without him in the team.
Well said, totally agree!

Scillysaint says...
8:04am Mon 14 Jan 13

The best million pound sfc has ever spent. Right up there with the best Rickie !

since 1885 says...
8:11am Mon 14 Jan 13

Now we need to buy a top quality centre half and an out and out ball winner in midfield to allow Adam and Gaston to make forward runs. And Bobs your uncle, happy days!

Puddletown Saint says...
8:44am Mon 14 Jan 13

Would leave him out on Wednesday though. Lets get Adam Jose Luke an Gaston fuly fit - two new signing and away we go. JWP Guly and Jay to start against Chelski. COYR

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:06am Mon 14 Jan 13

If only we'd found him when he was 21.

Just seen him, his lad goes to the same school as mine. I resisted the urge to scream Rickie, Rickie, RICKIEEEEE!

Andy_Germany says...
9:07am Mon 14 Jan 13

Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?

Clever Dick says...
9:09am Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed.

I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets.

Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
Still has to prove himself in the champions league though the season after next!! He's not just a striker. He's an all round good player. Just lacks a bit of pace but makes up for that with his positional sense and vision.Any more like him out there and we'll have 'em.

SO50 Saint says...
9:11am Mon 14 Jan 13

He's closing in on 100 goals for the club thats impressive in 3 and a half seasons. J Rod was excellent on Saturday aswell his running of the channels was fantastic as good as at Stoke.

SFCOLDBOY says...
9:14am Mon 14 Jan 13

The way Saints are set up limits the amount of goal chances that Rickie now gets.
At the end of last season I predicted on here, that this season he would play as a forward play maker in the Prem.
This has come to pass.
Almost all of our attacking revolves around his ability to control the ball under pressure, then to supply the ball onto others.
Be they long,short,lobbed or deft little headed passes.
Many of his headed knock downs go to waste because and in particular, our midfield players don't get close enough to be in scoring positions.

We are going through a bad spell of injuries right now.
I know 1 man doesn't make a team but all I can hope is that Rickie is not the next because I don't think we have a PLAN B without him.

IMO we have the best and most skillfull English centre forward in the country.
I hope Saints youngsters are learning from him, cos he aint going to be around for ever.
COYS.

St Retford says...
9:16am Mon 14 Jan 13

One of the things no one's mentioning about the penalty on Saturday is how well Rickie hit it. Watch it again: he absolutely CREAMED it. There's not a keeper in the history of the game that would have got anywhere near it.

Alicesdad says...
9:20am Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One ? If only. But we all know it isn't. I'm waiting to hear what delaying tactics they bring on this time. It will run and run for many months.

St Retford says...
9:28am Mon 14 Jan 13

Alicesdad wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One ? If only. But we all know it isn't. I'm waiting to hear what delaying tactics they bring on this time. It will run and run for many months.
They'll run out of cash before the case properly reaches court. They're living hand to mouth on gate receipts and the odd private donation. I guess the last thing they needed was for their game to be cancelled at the weekend.

Even the weather has it in for them.

:(

St.Yorkie says...
9:30am Mon 14 Jan 13

Saw a picture of Grant Holt at the weekend - a player often compared to Rickie (or is it visa-versa?) - anyway our Rickie looks half the player he does!
Never mind "who ate all the pies" - Rickie looks positively svelt against him!

SFCOLDBOY says...
9:41am Mon 14 Jan 13

Slightly off post,

I would like to say that I have been a stern critic of Artur Borak since his arrival,particularly his ball handling.
His lacksical-dasicall almost disinterest, in playing for the shirt, has driven me mad.
Saturday,other than his first butter fingered save, he was.
IMMENSE.
He was brave and he was solid,we don't need another keeper if this boy continues to play like that.
Here's hoping!

I would also like to mention that, Jos, who has been out of the team for some time, did a great job for us at the back.Benteke was a real handfull.
Wasn't it great to see our players putting their bodies on the line to try to stop everything.
Fantastic day out, being there with our terrific travelling fans.
COYS.

petethephantom says...
9:41am Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
should what happens to them be the samefte that fell on luton town

petethephantom says...
9:42am Mon 14 Jan 13

petethephantom wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
should what happens to them be the samefte that fell on luton town
same fate *

SO50 Saint says...
9:45am Mon 14 Jan 13

Agreed SFCOLDBOY that one on one with Agbonlahoor was quality. That's one player who has really gone off the boil about 5 years ago he was really decent pace power etc but now a shadow of that player. Benteke may well have been a handful but get him in front of goal and he may as well of been playing for us.

Rising_Son says...
9:54am Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity says...

"I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed."

Absolutely chuffed as nuts. I'm not a happy clapper for nothing you know.

Mush On The Beach says...
10:04am Mon 14 Jan 13

Southampton boy wrote:
I must admit I was one of these people who did not think that RL would not make the step up he needed for the PREM, but I am now one of his biggest fan now and his movement off the ball is much better, he has improved as an all round player. and when he take a PEN you just know its going in and his record is better then that of MAtt Le Tiss 31 out 31 where Le Tiss missed 1 wew need to get somethiong from the next 2 games to maintain are push up the table and safety so COYR's
It shows the true character of the guy the way he has stepped up to the mark in each division that we have climbed. His link play on Saturday was superb and no defender in the prem will relish the task of having to mark him.

since 1885 says...
10:05am Mon 14 Jan 13

Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.

Mush On The Beach says...
10:05am Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
Alicesdad wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One ? If only. But we all know it isn't. I'm waiting to hear what delaying tactics they bring on this time. It will run and run for many months.
They'll run out of cash before the case properly reaches court. They're living hand to mouth on gate receipts and the odd private donation. I guess the last thing they needed was for their game to be cancelled at the weekend.

Even the weather has it in for them.

:(
I would imagine the skunts will be wetting themselves by now.
I think we should formally label tomorrow INSKUNTERNONCE day.

franiow says...
10:10am Mon 14 Jan 13

Pardew said recently that Rickie was the best striker of the ball he had ever seen and if he had more pace he could play for a top six club. Real compliment. Rickie said he knew nothing about fitness and looking after yourself until he came to Saints. Rickie and Saints equals the perfect storm.

St Retford says...
10:15am Mon 14 Jan 13

I do hope Rickie has his scoring boots on against Chelsea. Petr Cech needs one more clean sheet to become the Premiership's most successful keeper (he's currently level with David Seaman on 137) and I don't want him setting a new record against us.

(Echo, you can have that for a story, if you like.)

Rising_Son says...
10:23am Mon 14 Jan 13

since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?

Mush On The Beach says...
10:29am Mon 14 Jan 13

Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
I said previously he is a Ledge.
He will become a Legend when he has ended his career at Saints.

SaintJD says...
10:35am Mon 14 Jan 13

SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Slightly off post,

I would like to say that I have been a stern critic of Artur Borak since his arrival,particularly his ball handling.
His lacksical-dasicall almost disinterest, in playing for the shirt, has driven me mad.
Saturday,other than his first butter fingered save, he was.
IMMENSE.
He was brave and he was solid,we don't need another keeper if this boy continues to play like that.
Here's hoping!

I would also like to mention that, Jos, who has been out of the team for some time, did a great job for us at the back.Benteke was a real handfull.
Wasn't it great to see our players putting their bodies on the line to try to stop everything.
Fantastic day out, being there with our terrific travelling fans.
COYS.
Here, here. Very much hope he establishes himself now.

As said earlier this month though, he's going to have to establish himself through one of our worst runs of fixtures, so I hope he is given an extended chance. They don't come much tougher than Chelsea, Everton and Man City and all of them offer different types of threats.

I'd be very happy with three or four points and no demolitions from those three fixtures.

Wigan is the big one though.

J7junctionseven says...
10:43am Mon 14 Jan 13

He's not got his first hat trick yet which will soon come as we all know.
I can see him doubling his tally before the end of the season as long she stays fit and doesn't get mauled by the like of Vidic etc.
Great professional and still not gaining the true recognition from so called football pundits o experts??
COYR

billythesaint says...
10:57am Mon 14 Jan 13

With Rayne Looney injured I can't think of a better English number 9 at the moment. Brilliant player. Should be capped.

St Retford says...
10:59am Mon 14 Jan 13

SaintJD wrote:
SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Slightly off post,

I would like to say that I have been a stern critic of Artur Borak since his arrival,particularly his ball handling.
His lacksical-dasicall almost disinterest, in playing for the shirt, has driven me mad.
Saturday,other than his first butter fingered save, he was.
IMMENSE.
He was brave and he was solid,we don't need another keeper if this boy continues to play like that.
Here's hoping!

I would also like to mention that, Jos, who has been out of the team for some time, did a great job for us at the back.Benteke was a real handfull.
Wasn't it great to see our players putting their bodies on the line to try to stop everything.
Fantastic day out, being there with our terrific travelling fans.
COYS.
Here, here. Very much hope he establishes himself now.

As said earlier this month though, he's going to have to establish himself through one of our worst runs of fixtures, so I hope he is given an extended chance. They don't come much tougher than Chelsea, Everton and Man City and all of them offer different types of threats.

I'd be very happy with three or four points and no demolitions from those three fixtures.

Wigan is the big one though.
You missed out Man U. I think they're quite effective too.

Chances are we're probably going to slip back into the relegation zone at some point over the next few weeks, but we need to hold our nerve because our final couple of months are an absolute piece of p1ss and we'll be able to dig ourselves out of any hole we find ourselves in.

Crispinmumbles says...
11:06am Mon 14 Jan 13

billythesaint wrote:
With Rayne Looney injured I can't think of a better English number 9 at the moment. Brilliant player. Should be capped.
Deserves a go and has a cool enough head to cope at that level. Holt can moan but he is overweight, has the turning circle of the QE2 and the control of Gordon Ramsay.

since 1885 says...
11:20am Mon 14 Jan 13

Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
Club appearances, the impact the player had on the club and loyalty. Paine played over 700 games for SFC, he must be considered a legend. Tiss saved us from the drop season after season and played some incredible football. And Shilton was our keeper for five seasons, at a time when he was considered the best keeper in the world, only Harald Schumacher was seen as being his peer.

I would argue that without Rickie our assent to the Premier league would not have happened so quickly, but I don't think three seasons is enough for him to be considered a legend, yet.

Kevin Keegan only played two seasons with us, but he joined us when he was held up as the best player in Europe, do you think he should be considered a legend? And what are you criteria for judging legend status?

since 1885 says...
11:25am Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
I said previously he is a Ledge.
He will become a Legend when he has ended his career at Saints.
Yeah, If he continues to perform at the same level is has been, he surely will be considered a legend. He was the catalyst the club needed to start moving in the right direction. And he proved the doubters wrong who thought he couldn't perform at this level.

since 1885 says...
11:32am Mon 14 Jan 13

The other thing with Rickie is that when there was all that paper talk about Newcastle and Leeds, etc coming in for him, he never tried to orchestrate a move away. When he started on the bench a couple of times this season, he must have been wondering "I don't get it". But his head didn't drop. Great player and a great attitude.

Strasbourg Saint says...
11:33am Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed.

I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets.

Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
But when we reach the Champions League .....? :)

hates the skates says...
11:42am Mon 14 Jan 13

since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
I said previously he is a Ledge.
He will become a Legend when he has ended his career at Saints.
Yeah, If he continues to perform at the same level is has been, he surely will be considered a legend. He was the catalyst the club needed to start moving in the right direction. And he proved the doubters wrong who thought he couldn't perform at this level.
yeah namely paul merson who said rickie will score 5 goals!!!! eating your words yet paul??????

Confucious says...
11:44am Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
I think I owe everyone an apology.

I had a letter printed in "Liquidators Journal" last week pointing out the danger of any liquidator having to go into liquidation if they try to liquidate Poopey.

Over the years a number of knowledgeable posters on here have pointed out that Poopey is worth less than nothing - and any liquidator will have to try to quantify this.

But this could take an eternity as nothing is the lowest they will be able to get. If there was something that is less than nothing, then nothing would not be nothing, but a bit of something.

I came across this issue when someone on here said that half of all skates know less than nothing. To get a handle on this I had a psychologist analyse a statistically significant sample of skates. He said in fact that 72% of skates know absolutely nothing, but none of them actually knows less than nothing.

Anyhow, I now fear that after my letter has appeared, if a judge now orders liquidation, there'll be no liquidators prepared to liquidate..

I just hope there might be something wrong with my logic here. A mate who was in a KFC in Poopey last week told me that it was full of skint skates who kept going round the tables asking if they could lick people's fingers - so these skates obviously saw a way of getting something for nothing and this is only a very short step away from getting something for less than nothing.

The whole thing is very troubling, but I shall stay on the case.

SaintJD says...
11:45am Mon 14 Jan 13

Crispinmumbles wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
With Rayne Looney injured I can't think of a better English number 9 at the moment. Brilliant player. Should be capped.
Deserves a go and has a cool enough head to cope at that level. Holt can moan but he is overweight, has the turning circle of the QE2 and the control of Gordon Ramsay.
Probably does deserve a cap, but more likely to be a token one if he gets one.

Great player for the Saints but age, mobility and just the way he looks stature wise is against him.

I'd like to see him get into a squad to get that cap, just to say he has played for his country, as I know he'd be incredibly proud of that. Reward too for his loyalty to the Saints.

But sometimes you know a player is not ever going to quite fit at international level and I think that applies to Ricky.

Matt, James Beattie and the likes of Holt and Kevin Davies (how did he ever make the national team?) fall into that group as well.

Adam and Luke Shaw, maybe Cork and Clyne too, are another case entirely.

SaintJD says...
11:52am Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
SaintJD wrote:
SFCOLDBOY wrote:
Slightly off post,

I would like to say that I have been a stern critic of Artur Borak since his arrival,particularly his ball handling.
His lacksical-dasicall almost disinterest, in playing for the shirt, has driven me mad.
Saturday,other than his first butter fingered save, he was.
IMMENSE.
He was brave and he was solid,we don't need another keeper if this boy continues to play like that.
Here's hoping!

I would also like to mention that, Jos, who has been out of the team for some time, did a great job for us at the back.Benteke was a real handfull.
Wasn't it great to see our players putting their bodies on the line to try to stop everything.
Fantastic day out, being there with our terrific travelling fans.
COYS.
Here, here. Very much hope he establishes himself now.

As said earlier this month though, he's going to have to establish himself through one of our worst runs of fixtures, so I hope he is given an extended chance. They don't come much tougher than Chelsea, Everton and Man City and all of them offer different types of threats.

I'd be very happy with three or four points and no demolitions from those three fixtures.

Wigan is the big one though.
You missed out Man U. I think they're quite effective too.

Chances are we're probably going to slip back into the relegation zone at some point over the next few weeks, but we need to hold our nerve because our final couple of months are an absolute piece of p1ss and we'll be able to dig ourselves out of any hole we find ourselves in.
Yep, April looks like a decent month for us, which is key.

May looking a little more testing, but no really nasty ones and a home game, hopefully against a mid-table side experimenting in the last few games, is all you can ask for.

That said, I don't like the fact Stoke have all those Saints old boys in their ranks... Would be nice if it didn't mean anything :)

Strasbourg Saint says...
11:58am Mon 14 Jan 13

So, what IS a legend? And what IS a bargain buy?

Both are subjective, but I'd say, for different reasons these are amongst our legends:
Ted Bates
Terry Paine
Matt Le Tissier
Mick Channon
Bobby Stokes

These are amongst our bargain buys:
Alan Ball
Jason Dodd
Rickie Lambert

All three of these could be considered legends by some but I tend to agree with the idea that, like the Pope sanctifying someone, it's better to wait until someone has 'gone' before elevating them to the status of a legend. Thus, Rickie WILL BE a legend, but IMO isn't one yet.

Of course, it also means that Ali Dia qualifies for both!

since 1885 says...
12:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

hates the skates wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
I said previously he is a Ledge.
He will become a Legend when he has ended his career at Saints.
Yeah, If he continues to perform at the same level is has been, he surely will be considered a legend. He was the catalyst the club needed to start moving in the right direction. And he proved the doubters wrong who thought he couldn't perform at this level.
yeah namely paul merson who said rickie will score 5 goals!!!! eating your words yet paul??????
Did he really predict that! His past football league record counted for nothing with Merson. And he's a pundit.

cleanupsoccer says...
12:01pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Rickie has done brilliantly for us and I hope he goes on to double his goal tally.
Then at the end of the season I think the club should sell him if they can get £7M plus. Cash him in at his peak don't risk another season like Norwich have with Holt.

He will always be a legend but everybody has their price and business has to come before emotion.

RedArmy1 says...
12:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

RICKIE'S CONTRIBUTION IS IMMENSE.

He will want to play every minute of every game now and be in with a SHOUT for one of the leading goal scorers in the PREMIERSHIP this Season.

COYR

Five Trophies Between Us says...
12:14pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS

billythesaint says...
12:26pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.

Strasbourg Saint says...
12:28pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Shhhhhh!!! everybody!

billythesaint says...
12:31pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Shhhhhh!!! everybody!
It's just too hard! I will sit on my hands.

warrens 76 says...
12:33pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Our Rickie has a sublime touch, as such he could do with someone just like him..passing to him!

Our crossing and picking out people ie Rickie in the box is woeful...if Puncheon or Clyne oor JRod coud actually deliver a touch of cool headed accuracy instaed of a rush of blood and over hit or misplaced final passes...Lallana is guilty too, Rickie would already be on 20..

warrens 76 says...
12:33pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Our Rickie has a sublime touch, as such he could do with someone just like him..passing to him!

Our crossing and picking out people ie Rickie in the box is woeful...if Puncheon or Clyne oor JRod coud actually deliver a touch of cool headed accuracy instaed of a rush of blood and over hit or misplaced final passes...Lallana is guilty too, Rickie would already be on 20..

right back in the bar says...
12:40pm Mon 14 Jan 13

one of the all time great Saints players and a great human being. Pure graft meant he met every challenge and delivered with every step up in class. Thats a great story for todays times - compare that to a preening egotist like Ronaldo. Needs a good striking partner next season so he can go and do more.

right back in the bar says...
12:56pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
So, what IS a legend? And what IS a bargain buy?

Both are subjective, but I'd say, for different reasons these are amongst our legends:
Ted Bates
Terry Paine
Matt Le Tissier
Mick Channon
Bobby Stokes

These are amongst our bargain buys:
Alan Ball
Jason Dodd
Rickie Lambert

All three of these could be considered legends by some but I tend to agree with the idea that, like the Pope sanctifying someone, it's better to wait until someone has 'gone' before elevating them to the status of a legend. Thus, Rickie WILL BE a legend, but IMO isn't one yet.

Of course, it also means that Ali Dia qualifies for both!
What about Frank Worthington he was a bargain buy just to see his warm up routine in the centre circle before kick off (Maradona eat your heart out) one of the most skillful fottballers we have ever had. And my own personal favorite Mark Dennis can't remember how much he cost but he must have been a bargain because no one else would take him - fantastic player.

Velleity says...
1:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed.

I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets.

Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
But when we reach the Champions League .....? :)
He'll be RUBBISH at that level.

milton road says...
1:01pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry

Strasbourg Saint says...
1:05pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...

Strasbourg Saint says...
1:08pm Mon 14 Jan 13

milton road wrote:
Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I like that a lot, Milton Road.

Mush On The Beach says...
1:14pm Mon 14 Jan 13

milton road wrote:
Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
Well said Grandad Mush :)

Five Trophies Between Us says...
1:16pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: ONE
One Is it getting better or do you feel the same? Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame? You say... One pitch - one shed, One day and then you’re dead. For one month you get a player who’s sh!t, Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it. Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth? You act like you never had money and now you have to go without. Well it's... Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light. We're one, but we're not the same We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other One... Did you come here for forgiveness? Have you come to pay your debt? Are you hoping to play Jesus? Well you’ve got Connolly instead. Did you ask too much? More than a lot. We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got. We're one, but we're not the same, Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again. You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class, Guy is your saviour and the PST will last, You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed. And I can't be holding on to what you got When all you’ve got’s the past. One pitch, one shed, One judge, he’s got to do what he should, One court case, then you’re dead. One life, with each other, your sister is your mother. One life, but we're not the same, We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other. One...
shame 4 u2.


1 trophy.


is it getting better? ............no
will it stay the same............yes
got anyone to blame = yes = quiet crowd

SaintJD says...
1:19pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote: I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.
puncheon also dived just be4. lallana always dives. its ur team. just cheaters
Ha, ha, you can talk. It's the Pompey motto isn't it, performed to the sound of a submarine plummeting to the depths:

DIVE, DIVE, DIVE

SO50 Saint says...
1:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Nice song there Stras. I like the way some of our regular skates/skunts talk about there club being like a rollercoaster well at the moment it's certainly like one, Oblivion at Alton Towers. FTBU discluded from that he just talks nonsense

SaintMax says...
1:25pm Mon 14 Jan 13

The way Rickie has carried on scoring at every level he has stepped up to shows what an instinctive, predatory striker he is.
Set the team up to get him at least just outside the area withbthe ball and he will shoot, and more often score.
Could you say the same for Bent, Carroll, Welbeck, and I'm running out of other English players he is 'behind' when it comes to being called up?
He has also adjusted his game this year to supply and take the pressure off if the defence by holding the ball up.
Yes £2m for Michu was good, but half of that on Rickie makes him as good a value as Van Persie at £24m!?

st1halo says...
1:26pm Mon 14 Jan 13

warrens 76 wrote:
Our Rickie has a sublime touch, as such he could do with someone just like him..passing to him!

Our crossing and picking out people ie Rickie in the box is woeful...if Puncheon or Clyne oor JRod coud actually deliver a touch of cool headed accuracy instaed of a rush of blood and over hit or misplaced final passes...Lallana is guilty too, Rickie would already be on 20..
I've been wanting to see Fox on the LH side all season and on Saturday thought it was an inspired sub at that point in the game (Well done NA and I'm a critic!) But then Luke got injured and he had to drop back so was disappointed. I'm certain he can deliver the crosses for Rickie to bang in!

STID

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
1:27pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote: I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.
puncheon also dived just be4. lallana always dives. its ur team. just cheaters
When this club is finally liquidated, and it will be (but not tomorrow), I want you all to remember the likes of FTBU, Kent141, Scooter 75, Southampton Dominatrix et al. I do not want to hear or read any rubbish about 'I feel sorry for their true fans'.

A club that has cheated throughout it's history, that prides itself on the violence of it's fans yet they are the reason there has been a succession of corrupt owners, needs to be eradicated, erased from the football map. Do not waiver or wobble when the time comes.

When it happens raise your glass and drink a toast to the betterment of mankind!

st1halo says...
1:31pm Mon 14 Jan 13

milton road wrote:
Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I think Rickie is a legend in the making!
I am amazed that with all these names being bandied about this morning, nobody has mentioned Micky Channon!


STID

Strasbourg Saint says...
1:33pm Mon 14 Jan 13

SaintJD wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote: I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.
puncheon also dived just be4. lallana always dives. its ur team. just cheaters
Ha, ha, you can talk. It's the Pompey motto isn't it, performed to the sound of a submarine plummeting to the depths:

DIVE, DIVE, DIVE
Shhhhh!!!!!

st1halo says...
1:36pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:

billythesaint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote: I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.
puncheon also dived just be4. lallana always dives. its ur team. just cheaters
When this club is finally liquidated, and it will be (but not tomorrow), I want you all to remember the likes of FTBU, Kent141, Scooter 75, Southampton Dominatrix et al. I do not want to hear or read any rubbish about 'I feel sorry for their true fans'.

A club that has cheated throughout it's history, that prides itself on the violence of it's fans yet they are the reason there has been a succession of corrupt owners, needs to be eradicated, erased from the football map. Do not waiver or wobble when the time comes.

When it happens raise your glass and drink a toast to the betterment of mankind!
"To the betterment of mankind"

Cheers!

Just practising. Hee hee!


STID

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
1:38pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...
Total quality, always loved a bit of U2. We will be able to release an album soon. Wonder if St Ret can get anyone to record some of our work?

Strasbourg Saint says...
1:45pm Mon 14 Jan 13

st1halo wrote:
milton road wrote:
Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I think Rickie is a legend in the making!
I am amazed that with all these names being bandied about this morning, nobody has mentioned Micky Channon!


STID
I did, at 11.58am.

But I'm glad you've brought it up because, while watching the Villa match on t'Internet and watching Rickie dropping back into the role behind Jay, my mind went back to Channon.

He was my first Saints hero. My first Saints shirt had an 8 on the back (I wish I still had it). I played 'inside forward' and whenever I scored, I rolled my arm like a windmill a la Mick Channon. Alas, our style back then was to suck the away team into our half, then punt the ball long for Mick to run on to. Dull but effective.

Then he left, of course, and then came back. During that second spell, there was a period when we lacked midfield leadership. I can't remember why, was it when Ball first left for Vancouver? Anyway, who else remembers Mick taking up a role in centre midfield and proving (like Paine before him) that he had the brains and skill necessary to play there?

Rickie doesn't have Mick's pace but there are similarities.

Strasbourg Saint says...
1:51pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Velleity wrote:
I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed.

I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets.

Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
But when we reach the Champions League .....? :)
He'll be RUBBISH at that level.
I'm looking forward to finding out in a couple of years, though!

mack chinnon says...
1:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Confucious wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
I think I owe everyone an apology.

I had a letter printed in "Liquidators Journal" last week pointing out the danger of any liquidator having to go into liquidation if they try to liquidate Poopey.

Over the years a number of knowledgeable posters on here have pointed out that Poopey is worth less than nothing - and any liquidator will have to try to quantify this.

But this could take an eternity as nothing is the lowest they will be able to get. If there was something that is less than nothing, then nothing would not be nothing, but a bit of something.

I came across this issue when someone on here said that half of all skates know less than nothing. To get a handle on this I had a psychologist analyse a statistically significant sample of skates. He said in fact that 72% of skates know absolutely nothing, but none of them actually knows less than nothing.

Anyhow, I now fear that after my letter has appeared, if a judge now orders liquidation, there'll be no liquidators prepared to liquidate..

I just hope there might be something wrong with my logic here. A mate who was in a KFC in Poopey last week told me that it was full of skint skates who kept going round the tables asking if they could lick people's fingers - so these skates obviously saw a way of getting something for nothing and this is only a very short step away from getting something for less than nothing.

The whole thing is very troubling, but I shall stay on the case.
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Five Trophies Between Us says...
1:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
milton road wrote: Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net. Just an observation. As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man. Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football. Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role. Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends. I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head. A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years. A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I think Rickie is a legend in the making! I am amazed that with all these names being bandied about this morning, nobody has mentioned Micky Channon! STID
I did, at 11.58am. But I'm glad you've brought it up because, while watching the Villa match on t'Internet and watching Rickie dropping back into the role behind Jay, my mind went back to Channon. He was my first Saints hero. My first Saints shirt had an 8 on the back (I wish I still had it). I played 'inside forward' and whenever I scored, I rolled my arm like a windmill a la Mick Channon. Alas, our style back then was to suck the away team into our half, then punt the ball long for Mick to run on to. Dull but effective. Then he left, of course, and then came back. During that second spell, there was a period when we lacked midfield leadership. I can't remember why, was it when Ball first left for Vancouver? Anyway, who else remembers Mick taking up a role in centre midfield and proving (like Paine before him) that he had the brains and skill necessary to play there? Rickie doesn't have Mick's pace but there are similarities.
a history lesson. on when t super reds 1 something

St Retford says...
1:54pm Mon 14 Jan 13

"Are you hoping to play Jesus
Well you've got Connolly instead"

=

GENIUS

Seriously, we need to record a charity album of this stuff. Universal will put it out - they're the biggest and best record company and do LOADS of charity stuff. We can give the proceeds to Chinny's lawyers.

st1halo says...
1:57pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
milton road wrote:
Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net.
Just an observation.
As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man.
Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football.
Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role.
Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends.
I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head.
A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years.
A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I think Rickie is a legend in the making!
I am amazed that with all these names being bandied about this morning, nobody has mentioned Micky Channon!


STID
I did, at 11.58am.

But I'm glad you've brought it up because, while watching the Villa match on t'Internet and watching Rickie dropping back into the role behind Jay, my mind went back to Channon.

He was my first Saints hero. My first Saints shirt had an 8 on the back (I wish I still had it). I played 'inside forward' and whenever I scored, I rolled my arm like a windmill a la Mick Channon. Alas, our style back then was to suck the away team into our half, then punt the ball long for Mick to run on to. Dull but effective.

Then he left, of course, and then came back. During that second spell, there was a period when we lacked midfield leadership. I can't remember why, was it when Ball first left for Vancouver? Anyway, who else remembers Mick taking up a role in centre midfield and proving (like Paine before him) that he had the brains and skill necessary to play there?

Rickie doesn't have Mick's pace but there are similarities.
So you did Stras, I beg your pardon mate!

He was a hero of mine too and without doubt had the vision and skill to make play as well as score and think you are right in saying that (pace withstanding) he and Rickie are similar. That same prowess around the box too!

In 2006 I attended a 30th anniversary dinner of the FACup win, they announced all the players as they came in one by one. When Micky came in he ran through the tables doing the windmill! Brilliant!
I was like a kid in a sweet shop!


STID

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
2:02pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
"Are you hoping to play Jesus
Well you've got Connolly instead"

=

GENIUS

Seriously, we need to record a charity album of this stuff. Universal will put it out - they're the biggest and best record company and do LOADS of charity stuff. We can give the proceeds to Chinny's lawyers.
We need to record them and put them on youtube. That's your department me old son.

J7junctionseven says...
2:03pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Anyone else think FTBU is the most boring and repetitive waste of space they have ever known.
If there were prizes for being the most boring tw@t ever she'd win it by a mile.
Even cowardlykunt sometimes posts with a bit of humour or on topic but the FTBU tw@t sounds brain dead in comparison.
COYR

Strasbourg Saint says...
2:07pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...
Total quality, always loved a bit of U2. We will be able to release an album soon. Wonder if St Ret can get anyone to record some of our work?
I'm glad you like it. Given your lack of musical inspiration today, someone had to step up to the plate.

I was going to reply to SO50, but as you've made the link with Retford, I'll follow it up here.

My sadistic aim in choosing U2 (btw, I once saw them at Skateville Guildhall - early '83) was so that Retford (our music guru) would get the tune stuck in his head for a couple of weeks. I'm sure the music of U2 represents everything he hates about commercial music.

If ONE does get stuck in his head, I guess his next post will read something like this:

'Let's hope Nigel and the Don have been busy in the transfer market since New Year's Day, but it looks like they Still Haven't Found What They're Looking For. As for Rickie, he's definitely got the Desire. When he scores a hatrick against Chelsea, there will be a wild Celebration. By the way, who else will be at Old Trafford? Whichever pub you end up in, I Will Follow because Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own. As for the skates, including Gloria, when Scunny Comes To Town, I know who I'll be supporting. Time's running out for them ..... 11 o'clock.... tick, tock!'

Sorry Retford!

mack chinnon says...
2:07pm Mon 14 Jan 13

st1halo wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Our Rickie has a sublime touch, as such he could do with someone just like him..passing to him!

Our crossing and picking out people ie Rickie in the box is woeful...if Puncheon or Clyne oor JRod coud actually deliver a touch of cool headed accuracy instaed of a rush of blood and over hit or misplaced final passes...Lallana is guilty too, Rickie would already be on 20..
I've been wanting to see Fox on the LH side all season and on Saturday thought it was an inspired sub at that point in the game (Well done NA and I'm a critic!) But then Luke got injured and he had to drop back so was disappointed. I'm certain he can deliver the crosses for Rickie to bang in!

STID
I was looking forward to that as well.

Rising_Son says...
2:08pm Mon 14 Jan 13

since 1885 wrote:
Rising_Son wrote:
since 1885 wrote:
Andy_Germany wrote:
Rickie won't become a legend he IS a legend. Right up there with the best! How many players from any club, let alone Saints, has made it in L1, Championship AND the Prem?
Terry Paine, Tiss and Shilts are saints legends. Lambert not there yet.
What are your criteria are for granting the status of legend on players?
Club appearances, the impact the player had on the club and loyalty. Paine played over 700 games for SFC, he must be considered a legend. Tiss saved us from the drop season after season and played some incredible football. And Shilton was our keeper for five seasons, at a time when he was considered the best keeper in the world, only Harald Schumacher was seen as being his peer.

I would argue that without Rickie our assent to the Premier league would not have happened so quickly, but I don't think three seasons is enough for him to be considered a legend, yet.

Kevin Keegan only played two seasons with us, but he joined us when he was held up as the best player in Europe, do you think he should be considered a legend? And what are you criteria for judging legend status?
To be honest, I haven't really thought about it, and I asked because I wanted to know your answer,not because I disagreed.

Nemesisaint says...
2:11pm Mon 14 Jan 13

If you have Sky 429 available the Under 21's are live on there now playing Liverpool.

St Retford says...
2:15pm Mon 14 Jan 13

I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.

SO50 Saint says...
2:26pm Mon 14 Jan 13

You need to find the bloke who made Hate the Pompey Scum. If anyone remembers that from 03 when they first reached the big time. Still brings a smile to my face everytime i hear it pretty sure its on youtube

mack chinnon says...
2:28pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Velleity wrote: I LOVE the fact that after the L1 promotion people were asking if he could score at Championship level. After the Championship campaign some people doubted he could step up to the Premiership. Hope they are satisifed. I know he's not the fastest runner on the pitch but he's always in the right spot early enough that it doesn't matter. He's a delight to watch and he deserves every bit of success he gets. Now, all I want before the end of the season is a Rickie hat-trick. Or two.
"I always knew he would step up at this level". he just needs 1 of his mates to dive 4 him. then he steps up to the cheating penalty spot. CHEATERS
Yeah, but moving your leg out the way to prevent an injury from a wild tackle and robbing from charities are different ends of the cheating spectrum.
puncheon also dived just be4. lallana always dives. its ur team. just cheaters
When this club is finally liquidated, and it will be (but not tomorrow), I want you all to remember the likes of FTBU, Kent141, Scooter 75, Southampton Dominatrix et al. I do not want to hear or read any rubbish about 'I feel sorry for their true fans'.

A club that has cheated throughout it's history, that prides itself on the violence of it's fans yet they are the reason there has been a succession of corrupt owners, needs to be eradicated, erased from the football map. Do not waiver or wobble when the time comes.

When it happens raise your glass and drink a toast to the betterment of mankind!
You wont hear me feeling sorry for them.

Strasbourg Saint says...
2:29pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I reckon, on 30 January, someone should get RedArmy1 VERY drunk in Manchester (any takers?), stick his phone under RedArmy1's nose and get him and a dozen drunk, faithful travelling Saints to bash out a few numbers.

Bring back Branfoot says...
2:39pm Mon 14 Jan 13

J7junctionseven wrote:
Anyone else think FTBU is the most boring and repetitive waste of space they have ever known.
If there were prizes for being the most boring tw@t ever she'd win it by a mile.
Even cowardlykunt sometimes posts with a bit of humour or on topic but the FTBU tw@t sounds brain dead in comparison.
COYR
Does your fantasy competition include you? Cos I think you've got her beat!

Folkestone Saint says...
2:43pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
st1halo wrote:
milton road wrote: Would like to see Rick go for goal from distance as he used to. It was the Pardew way, but seems under NA its more an arsenal style of trying to pass the ball into the net. Just an observation. As for legends I think you have to say cometh the time cometh the man. Ron Davies scored nearly 80 goals in our first ever two seasons in top flight football. Matt scored 200 league goals basically from a midfield role. Alan Ball and Keegan were already legends when they came to Saints. In those days though we had so many already made legends. I think RL has been a catalyst and I do not think anyone can under estimate the effect he has had on the club. Those games where the going got tough and the day looked bleak, then bang, RL bangs one in. Its not only what he does, its how he has given others confidence, the knowledge he can turn a game on its head. A legend? Well anyone remember Roy Of The Rovers, where the impossible happened. Three and a half years ago being where we are now was beyond our dreams. All the lads have been pretty special other the last few years. A legend is someone you remember long after they have gone. Don't think we will be forgetting RL in a hurry
I think Rickie is a legend in the making! I am amazed that with all these names being bandied about this morning, nobody has mentioned Micky Channon! STID
I did, at 11.58am. But I'm glad you've brought it up because, while watching the Villa match on t'Internet and watching Rickie dropping back into the role behind Jay, my mind went back to Channon. He was my first Saints hero. My first Saints shirt had an 8 on the back (I wish I still had it). I played 'inside forward' and whenever I scored, I rolled my arm like a windmill a la Mick Channon. Alas, our style back then was to suck the away team into our half, then punt the ball long for Mick to run on to. Dull but effective. Then he left, of course, and then came back. During that second spell, there was a period when we lacked midfield leadership. I can't remember why, was it when Ball first left for Vancouver? Anyway, who else remembers Mick taking up a role in centre midfield and proving (like Paine before him) that he had the brains and skill necessary to play there? Rickie doesn't have Mick's pace but there are similarities.
a history lesson. on when t super reds 1 something
What history One club between us

St Retford says...
2:45pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I reckon, on 30 January, someone should get RedArmy1 VERY drunk in Manchester (any takers?), stick his phone under RedArmy1's nose and get him and a dozen drunk, faithful travelling Saints to bash out a few numbers.
I'll do it. Man Utd is WOEFUL for away pubs anywhere vaguely near the ground but I volunteer to lead a brigade of Saints fans on a pub tour of Stretford.

We can start at 'The Drum' - it's the most intimidating-looking pub in all of Manchester (but it's sort of alright).

mack chinnon says...
2:46pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I had a T-shirt a few years ago that said "Bono is a kunt"

Strasbourg Saint says...
2:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

U21 vs the scousers - 0-0 at half time with Cropper in goal and some bloke called Lee Barnard as captain.

I hope Cropper doesn't, ummmm, come a cropper, although I do like the fact that we have a player called Targett. However, any jokes about him being our 'target man' would just be plain silly, especially as he's not a striker.

angus mc coatup says...
2:53pm Mon 14 Jan 13

mack chinnon wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I had a T-shirt a few years ago that said "Bono is a kunt"
fcuk me, I didn't know bono was a skate fan.

Mush On The Beach says...
2:56pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Nice one Strassie, Gotta love U2 they seem to have been on the same wavelength as Nostradamus about predicting the demise of the skunts:

I can't believe the news today
Oh, I can't close my eyes
And make it go away
How long...
How long must we sing this song
How long, how long...
'cause tonight...we can be liquidated as one
Tonight...

Broken bottles under skunt children's feet
Bodies strewn across the dead quiet fratton end street
But I won't heed the PST call
It puts my back up
Puts my back up against the wall

Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday
Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday
Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday

And the court battle's just begun
There's many lost, but tell me who has won
The trench is dug within our hearts
And mothers, children, brothers, sisters
Torn apart

Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday
Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday

How long...
How long must we sing this song
How long, how long...
'cause tonight...we can be liquidated as one
Tonight...tonight...

Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday
Skuntday, Bl00dy Skuntday

THE END ....... PERMENANTLY

Baddesley Bill says...
2:58pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!

SO50 Saint says...
2:59pm Mon 14 Jan 13

When they eventually do go under I hope at our next match we have a minutes applause for them. I'm sure it will be better received than the minutes silence for Ted at the home match a few years back.

Confucious says...
3:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...
Total quality, always loved a bit of U2. We will be able to release an album soon. Wonder if St Ret can get anyone to record some of our work?
Some years ago I was asked to sing by the King of Siam.

St Retford says...
3:06pm Mon 14 Jan 13

mack chinnon wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I had a T-shirt a few years ago that said "Bono is a kunt"
Jamie East off the telly did a nice range in t-shirts a few years back, one of which read 'Make Bono History'. Can you guess who he bumped into while waiting at an airport wearing it?

Yep, Bono...

Exiled Saint - front line eastern outpost of Gosport says...
3:19pm Mon 14 Jan 13

After hours of permatations I have now concluded we will end with 42 points and avoid the drop by two points.

This last day horror story cliffhanger can be avoided with getting business done early in January and not on the 31st.

I have Reading QPR and Wigan, villa will survive on 40 points by miraculously improving their GD

By the way Jol is about to resign at Fulham I'm hearing and RDM is being lined up. So that's the last of him being linked with Saints

Strasbourg Saint says...
3:19pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I had a T-shirt a few years ago that said "Bono is a kunt"
Jamie East off the telly did a nice range in t-shirts a few years back, one of which read 'Make Bono History'. Can you guess who he bumped into while waiting at an airport wearing it?

Yep, Bono...
In a former life, I used to be very involved in international development and was quite instrumental in the founding of Make Poverty History.

In the end, it was one of the things which made me most disillusioned about the work of some of the bigger international development agencies. There were so many recently graduated upstarts working for the likes of Christian Aid and Oxfam, all who seemed to understand little about the causes of poverty, knew nothing about living in poverty and who all had one aim - to further their career. Furthermore, they all seemed to have been given the remit to ensure that THEIR name, logo and appeal was seen largest and heard loudest.

In the end, it was more about getting people to support their agency than to actually encourage the changes that might have made poverty history.

Anyway, T-shirt idea ..... In the style of MakePovertyHistory .....
MakePompeyHistory

That should raise a quid or two.

St Retford says...
3:28pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it.

Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
I had a T-shirt a few years ago that said "Bono is a kunt"
Jamie East off the telly did a nice range in t-shirts a few years back, one of which read 'Make Bono History'. Can you guess who he bumped into while waiting at an airport wearing it?

Yep, Bono...
In a former life, I used to be very involved in international development and was quite instrumental in the founding of Make Poverty History.

In the end, it was one of the things which made me most disillusioned about the work of some of the bigger international development agencies. There were so many recently graduated upstarts working for the likes of Christian Aid and Oxfam, all who seemed to understand little about the causes of poverty, knew nothing about living in poverty and who all had one aim - to further their career. Furthermore, they all seemed to have been given the remit to ensure that THEIR name, logo and appeal was seen largest and heard loudest.

In the end, it was more about getting people to support their agency than to actually encourage the changes that might have made poverty history.

Anyway, T-shirt idea ..... In the style of MakePovertyHistory .....
MakePompeyHistory

That should raise a quid or two.
I went to Live 8 and swanned around in the 'golden circle' drinking Pimms and trying to chat up Holly Willoughby. I like to think I did my bit too.

Mush On The Beach says...
3:37pm Mon 14 Jan 13

The skunt PST would have stood a better chance if they had followed the narrative of Sir Bob Geldof at Live Aid ..... Just give us your feckin money

Strasbourg Saint says...
3:43pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
The skunt PST would have stood a better chance if they had followed the narrative of Sir Bob Geldof at Live Aid ..... Just give us your feckin money
Maybe we're honing in on a double-a-sided single (for the vinyl release, at least) of Skuntday Bl00dy Skuntday/One with both tracks featuring Sir Bob screaming his famous fecking money plea during the middle 8.

batesieboy says...
3:46pm Mon 14 Jan 13

I have just watched Saturday's win on Eurosport, with the added entertainment of it being AVTV and having a good laugh at the Villa commentator/fan. Not sure how we survived that last ten minutes. What did strike me was the way that Villa were throwing themselves madly into tackles...so in a way this brought about their downfall. Halsey decided they were being their usual reckless selves, and they paid the penalty.Literally. One really bad challenge on Gaston after a quarter of an hour (way above the knee) and of course the one on Luke, both by Lowton. Nutter. When Villa go down he can transfer to Stoke.

Confucious says...
3:50pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
The skunt PST would have stood a better chance if they had followed the narrative of Sir Bob Geldof at Live Aid ..... Just give us your feckin money
The skunts all said they would stop at nothing to save the club. And they did.

Mush On The Beach says...
3:59pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Confucious wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
The skunt PST would have stood a better chance if they had followed the narrative of Sir Bob Geldof at Live Aid ..... Just give us your feckin money
The skunts all said they would stop at nothing to save the club. And they did.
We have been waving cigarette lighters around the table as a mark of respect but the fuel has now run out.
Seems like it will be death by bricks against the gonads then (for those that had any)

J7junctionseven says...
4:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

I see BBB is trying to stick up for his offspring and at the same time being nearly as boring, humourless and brain dead as FTBU.

J7junctionseven says...
4:18pm Mon 14 Jan 13

" I still haven't pledged what they asked for".."Unforgettable Pyre"..(Funeral Remix)...."Two skunts cheat as one".....

Strasbourg Saint says...
4:19pm Mon 14 Jan 13

J7junctionseven wrote:
I see BBB is trying to stick up for his offspring and at the same time being nearly as boring, humourless and brain dead as FTBU.
His last post was literally several words long, but I gave up reading it half way through.

J7junctionseven says...
4:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
I see BBB is trying to stick up for his offspring and at the same time being nearly as boring, humourless and brain dead as FTBU.
His last post was literally several words long, but I gave up reading it half way through.
I know what you mean...painfully droll aren't they.

Mush On The Beach says...
4:22pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Norwegian Saint, have you got your skunt list ready fella.
Fred Sewage, Sewage Lil, Chaz Dickens, Mrs Gimpy Mong with cow bell and silly hat, Blue Phew, ummm ...... over to you naughty Norge

The Inbetweener says...
4:30pm Mon 14 Jan 13

SaintJD wrote:
Crispinmumbles wrote:
billythesaint wrote:
With Rayne Looney injured I can't think of a better English number 9 at the moment. Brilliant player. Should be capped.
Deserves a go and has a cool enough head to cope at that level. Holt can moan but he is overweight, has the turning circle of the QE2 and the control of Gordon Ramsay.
Probably does deserve a cap, but more likely to be a token one if he gets one.

Great player for the Saints but age, mobility and just the way he looks stature wise is against him.

I'd like to see him get into a squad to get that cap, just to say he has played for his country, as I know he'd be incredibly proud of that. Reward too for his loyalty to the Saints.

But sometimes you know a player is not ever going to quite fit at international level and I think that applies to Ricky.

Matt, James Beattie and the likes of Holt and Kevin Davies (how did he ever make the national team?) fall into that group as well.

Adam and Luke Shaw, maybe Cork and Clyne too, are another case entirely.
SaintJD, I'm sure he would luv it if he got an England cap and was able to play a game in the same team as Stevie G. You could see on Saturday he was relishing being SAINTS Captain and taking on the responsibility of trying to reason with Halsey to protect the younger players from some very 'over the top/hard' tackles that were flying in.
Saints fans need to change the SRL song to 'he'll take us to the Champions League'. He has proved all the doubters wrong and Defoe is the only English player to have scored more goals than SRL - only by 1 goal so he definitely deserves at least one cap.
COYR's

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
4:37pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.

Mush On The Beach says...
4:40pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash

warrens 76 says...
4:42pm Mon 14 Jan 13

If the Saints fans put on a show like they did at Villa park old Trafford will be like a home game...

Your best to have a drink around Piccadily or midland hotel area and cab it to ground as far as you can go by the way..

warrens 76 says...
4:42pm Mon 14 Jan 13

If the Saints fans put on a show like they did at Villa park old Trafford will be like a home game...

Your best to have a drink around Piccadily or midland hotel area and cab it to ground as far as you can go by the way..

warrens 76 says...
4:46pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Are pmuff officially dead yet or just comotose.....?

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
4:48pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
5:06pm Mon 14 Jan 13

warrens 76 wrote:
Are pmuff officially dead yet or just comotose.....?
They smell dead - mind you....

aldermoorboy says...
5:10pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Delighted for Ricky, he will keep us up along with Nigel and the rest.
COYR

Mush On The Beach says...
5:12pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.

Strasbourg Saint says...
5:13pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.

warrens 76 says...
5:33pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Yes hopefully by next week cowards address will be known by all.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
5:36pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Please may I have option 3 as this would appear to include the other two. Do I have to supply my own gas?

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
5:39pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!

Mush On The Beach says...
5:42pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Please may I have option 3 as this would appear to include the other two. Do I have to supply my own gas?
Warrens76 is our keen sponsor and provider of materials. Let him sort out the runt skunt kunt, that’s only fair under the circumstances

angus mc coatup says...
5:57pm Mon 14 Jan 13

warrens 76 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Yes hopefully by next week cowards address will be known by all.
he's gone very quiet since you posted that hasn't he.

Taunton Saint says...
6:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Gotta love Sir Ricky, had a bet with a Skate at work (yes, they are even down here, I am guessing the tide washed him down the Channel up into the Bristol Channel) he bet me Lambert wouldn't score 10 goals this season in the Premiership.

I took the bet, said he would, and I didn't even want a disclaimer if he got injured as I was certain that he would get at least 10

Shows what the idiot (like most of them) knows about Football. He was moaning this morning saying he didnt realise Lambert took penalties and we should re-bet

What an idiot!! Like taking Candy off a baby, I am going to burn the £10 in front of him so he can see it go up in smoke like his club!!

WTFILN ......

Taunton Saint says...
6:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.

Strasbourg Saint says...
6:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
Great! Remind me, how many beers are you buying me before you start serenading the Geordies?

Oh, and the little Strassies both take earplugs with their cokes.

warrens 76 says...
6:15pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
warrens 76 wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Yes hopefully by next week cowards address will be known by all.
he's gone very quiet since you posted that hasn't he.
Will not save him though unless he NEVER comes back in any form.

warrens 76 says...
6:20pm Mon 14 Jan 13

In my not in any way not ever 'umble' opinion we need to claim three unexpected scalps...and not cöck up against our lessers...

We need to win were it is not expected..Wigan are like we used to be and are the great escapers...ergo we have to get points before them..

saints fan #1 says...
6:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c
omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.

saints fan #1 says...
6:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c
omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.

Strasbourg Saint says...
6:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.
Great! I think Seed might have a plan. However, in case he hasn't, other than Yorkie (and the Leeds fans?) are there any Saints fans up there who would know the best pubs for the Saturday evening?

saintlysoul says...
6:26pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
U21 vs the scousers - 0-0 at half time with Cropper in goal and some bloke called Lee Barnard as captain.

I hope Cropper doesn't, ummmm, come a cropper, although I do like the fact that we have a player called Targett. However, any jokes about him being our 'target man' would just be plain silly, especially as he's not a striker.
The under 21s lost 1 0 Jordan Turnball og no doubt being coached by Jos Hoovield!!!!!!!!!!!

slugger says...
6:30pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c

omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Over to the grammar police ....... good luck with the exam and COYR !

Taunton Saint says...
6:31pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.
Great! I think Seed might have a plan. However, in case he hasn't, other than Yorkie (and the Leeds fans?) are there any Saints fans up there who would know the best pubs for the Saturday evening?
cool, as the time nears I am sure details will come out, but would be good if possible.

angus mc coatup says...
6:32pm Mon 14 Jan 13

santlysoul posting again,no doubt being coached by tebourba.

bigfella777 says...
6:33pm Mon 14 Jan 13

You watch Lambert sometimes and wonder just how good he could really be with decent players around him and the right service. Puncheon is unable to control a long aerial pass first touch and seems to lose posession straight away. I always thought this was where Gaston would play as playmaker with Tadanari lee upfront with Lambert.
What has happened to the Jap?

slugger says...
6:34pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Taunton Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.
Great! I think Seed might have a plan. However, in case he hasn't, other than Yorkie (and the Leeds fans?) are there any Saints fans up there who would know the best pubs for the Saturday evening?
cool, as the time nears I am sure details will come out, but would be good if possible.
A few of us meet before and after home games too , more than welcome .

saintlysoul says...
6:38pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
santlysoul posting again,no doubt being coached by tebourba.
Yes and I've more news anybodybwantvto hear?

angus mc coatup says...
6:43pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
santlysoul posting again,no doubt being coached by tebourba.
Yes and I've more news anybodybwantvto hear?
no !
but you're going to give us your considerable opinon anyway though aren't you.

Taunton Saint says...
6:47pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.
Great! I think Seed might have a plan. However, in case he hasn't, other than Yorkie (and the Leeds fans?) are there any Saints fans up there who would know the best pubs for the Saturday evening?
cool, as the time nears I am sure details will come out, but would be good if possible.
A few of us meet before and after home games too , more than welcome .
Thanks Slugger, usually catch up with the guys I used to sit with under the Old East Stand (aww miss those days sometimes) before I was exiled to Somerset (women eh!!?) when I can get up (I am a member so don't make every game, due Logistics etc) but will keep it in mind for sure.

As a member only are my wishes to meet everyone atnewcastle not as valid as Season Ticket wishes? ;-)

saintlysoul says...
6:49pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
santlysoul posting again,no doubt being coached by tebourba.
Yes and I've more news anybodybwantvto hear?
no !
but you're going to give us your considerable opinon anyway though aren't you.
Ha ha

slugger says...
6:51pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Taunton Saint wrote:
slugger wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Taunton Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
Can only comment on the first (Blackpool) paragraph, Seed, but that would explain why the little Strassis and I weren't allowed in (except to the boring upstairs part). We could hear it loud, clear and deafeningly flat in the street.

I cursed the doorman at the time, but now I realise he was trying to save our ears.
Fear ye not - I shall perform once more for your delight and delectation in Newcastle!
I am in Newcastle that weekend too, although from the sounds of it I don't want to hear you sing Seed would be good to meet up with you all.
Great! I think Seed might have a plan. However, in case he hasn't, other than Yorkie (and the Leeds fans?) are there any Saints fans up there who would know the best pubs for the Saturday evening?
cool, as the time nears I am sure details will come out, but would be good if possible.
A few of us meet before and after home games too , more than welcome .
Thanks Slugger, usually catch up with the guys I used to sit with under the Old East Stand (aww miss those days sometimes) before I was exiled to Somerset (women eh!!?) when I can get up (I am a member so don't make every game, due Logistics etc) but will keep it in mind for sure.

As a member only are my wishes to meet everyone atnewcastle not as valid as Season Ticket wishes? ;-)
I'm not going to Newcastle myself but am sure you'll meet up with some on here .......... should i be talking to a non STH ?....... COYR !

Snebs says...
6:53pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Watching RL playing in that position behind JR reminded me of Le T. His choice of passes and vision for the right pass was total Le God. NA I think you have found the right place to play RL. Great result !!!!! thank you

Baddesley Bill says...
6:58pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Mush On The Beach wrote:
Spot the odd one out:
Adam and Eve, Christmas Eve, Skunt Court Eve ..... a clue, 2 of them were accused of stealing, the other is just a jolly day on the lash
Christmas Eve only comes around once a year?
Congratulations mush you win first prize.
May I present you with a pair of gold plated bricks for your pleasure and the following options:

The mong gimp with the cowbell and silly hat, oops he has no gonads.

The runt skunt kunt (coward) that larges it up on here with nearly as much time on his hands as Osprey, oops he has no gonads.

The blue phew under 9000 who boo a lot at their own team and have no money or gonads when it really mattered.

Take your pick winner.
Please may I have option 3 as this would appear to include the other two. Do I have to supply my own gas?
Judging by the journey back in my car on Saturday Seed...gas is not something you lack! ;o)

slugger says...
6:59pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .

Velleity says...
7:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
santlysoul posting again,no doubt being coached by tebourba.
Yes and I've more news anybodybwantvto hear?
no !
but you're going to give us your considerable opinon anyway though aren't you.
ShhhhH!

Leave the WUMs alone.

slugger says...
7:08pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?

saintlysoul says...
7:11pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.

slugger says...
7:18pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.
Granted ,Frank is ok too .

Velleity says...
7:27pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.
Granted ,Frank is ok too .
Out of Lampard's last 33 penalties for Chelsea, he's missed 4.

Out of SRL's last 31 he's missed..er..none.

Strasbourg Saint says...
7:31pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c

omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Try this:

I should add that no text is perfect and many of my changes are just my suggestions, while some things I've left might not have been my first choice (but I don't want to change your ideas too much because your original text is full of imagination which deserves to stay there).

Whatever else you do, remember to set the Word language to English (UK) and do a final spell check.

Good luck!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words filled my heart with the deepest fear that my life was about to end. Soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrain was flat and solid and gunfire was being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean too wide which offer reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle inspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were occupying my mind because survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom! The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers were being scattered on the ground, there wasn’t much to see because the bodies were being scattered like blood-filled toys; a stench so foul, so sharp, it felt as if the very fires of hell had been set ablaze in my nostrils and infected my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of my mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realisation immediately, regardless of death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from our guns. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn’t disobey the command, despite death tolling ever closer. However, my excitement and bravery grew as my mind changed into a hive of inspiration that believed no road in life is too difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival! I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and just try to survive.

slugger says...
7:32pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
slugger wrote:
Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.
Granted ,Frank is ok too .
Out of Lampard's last 33 penalties for Chelsea, he's missed 4.

Out of SRL's last 31 he's missed..er..none.
Lol , Frank is indeed good , just not quite as good as Rickie !

Bring back Branfoot says...
7:41pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
I see BBB is trying to stick up for his offspring and at the same time being nearly as boring, humourless and brain dead as FTBU.
His last post was literally several words long, but I gave up reading it half way through.
Trot out some more of your toe curlingly drab, repetitious small talk, go on, BBB want to go night night. Zzzzzzzz

Velleity says...
7:45pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!

Bring back Branfoot says...
7:46pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
St Retford wrote:
I don't like U2 because Bono is a massive pr1ck but it's ok to like 'One' because Johnny Cash recorded a version of it which sort of 'detoxified' it. Can anyone on here actually sing? We could make a version in the pub, record it on a phone and stick it on the internet. It's not the most sophisticated campaign in the history of music but it might just work.
Do not get Seed to sing it whatever you do!
Oi! I presume you are refering to my rendition of Blue Few in the karaoke bar in Blackpool? May I remind you that I was very, very drunk.

I occasionally knob a young and gifted singer (I used to knob her mum, true story that) I shall see if she will sing the ballod ones for us. A bunch of p!ssed up guys in a pub seems fun at the time but sounds appalling on YouTube.
You "knobbing" the grandmother, I can buy, a half decent looking sort, no dice Pedro!

slugger says...
7:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .

Bring back Branfoot says...
7:56pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Sorry chaps, I can't stop myself giving it large on here! I try, but those dulcet yokel tones emanating from your posts, alas, bring out the worst in me. Nighty night & play nice!

Confucious says...
7:57pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c


omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Try this:

I should add that no text is perfect and many of my changes are just my suggestions, while some things I've left might not have been my first choice (but I don't want to change your ideas too much because your original text is full of imagination which deserves to stay there).

Whatever else you do, remember to set the Word language to English (UK) and do a final spell check.

Good luck!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words filled my heart with the deepest fear that my life was about to end. Soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrain was flat and solid and gunfire was being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean too wide which offer reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle inspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were occupying my mind because survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom! The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers were being scattered on the ground, there wasn’t much to see because the bodies were being scattered like blood-filled toys; a stench so foul, so sharp, it felt as if the very fires of hell had been set ablaze in my nostrils and infected my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of my mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realisation immediately, regardless of death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from our guns. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn’t disobey the command, despite death tolling ever closer. However, my excitement and bravery grew as my mind changed into a hive of inspiration that believed no road in life is too difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival! I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and just try to survive.
You're a good 'un Stras.

slugger says...
8:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c



omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Try this:

I should add that no text is perfect and many of my changes are just my suggestions, while some things I've left might not have been my first choice (but I don't want to change your ideas too much because your original text is full of imagination which deserves to stay there).

Whatever else you do, remember to set the Word language to English (UK) and do a final spell check.

Good luck!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words filled my heart with the deepest fear that my life was about to end. Soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrain was flat and solid and gunfire was being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean too wide which offer reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle inspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were occupying my mind because survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom! The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers were being scattered on the ground, there wasn’t much to see because the bodies were being scattered like blood-filled toys; a stench so foul, so sharp, it felt as if the very fires of hell had been set ablaze in my nostrils and infected my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of my mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realisation immediately, regardless of death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from our guns. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn’t disobey the command, despite death tolling ever closer. However, my excitement and bravery grew as my mind changed into a hive of inspiration that believed no road in life is too difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival! I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and just try to survive.
You're a good 'un Stras.
Question mark after "death or survival" ? .......... just asking .

Nemesisaint says...
8:01pm Mon 14 Jan 13

The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013

Baddesley Bill says...
8:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Nemesisaint wrote:
The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013
Cool...when does a further points deduction kick in?

Velleity says...
8:05pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?

slugger says...
8:06pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote:
The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013
Cool...when does a further points deduction kick in?
Don't think it'll matter , another nail goes in !

Velleity says...
8:06pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Nemesisaint wrote:
The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013
NoooOOO! They'll be in admin FOREVER!

Velleity says...
8:07pm Mon 14 Jan 13

I'll get in before Seed.

SEVENTEEN.

slugger says...
8:10pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?
To me they brighten up the site , it's the endless quoting that does my head in .... belittle them and move on is my tactic ...... oh and Rickie is indeed the business !

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:14pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Nemesisaint wrote:
The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013
FFS! The dirty cheating @>*&ers. I fu@$ing hate those skunts!

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:15pm Mon 14 Jan 13

17

Baddesley Bill says...
8:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Nemesisaint wrote:
The countdown will have to be restarted, the hearing has been adjourned until Thursday 31st January 2013
Cool...when does a further points deduction kick in?
Don't think it'll matter , another nail goes in !
HNW's gonna have to stump up more to keep them in business for another few of weeks...

...bet they're well chuffed! :O)

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Still at least the HNW individuals will burn through some more of their cash that can't then be used for the future.

slugger says...
8:22pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Still at least the HNW individuals will burn through some more of their cash that can't then be used for the future.
Every cloud and all that ! lol

saints fan #1 says...
8:24pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c




omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Try this:

I should add that no text is perfect and many of my changes are just my suggestions, while some things I've left might not have been my first choice (but I don't want to change your ideas too much because your original text is full of imagination which deserves to stay there).

Whatever else you do, remember to set the Word language to English (UK) and do a final spell check.

Good luck!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words filled my heart with the deepest fear that my life was about to end. Soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrain was flat and solid and gunfire was being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean too wide which offer reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle inspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were occupying my mind because survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom! The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers were being scattered on the ground, there wasn’t much to see because the bodies were being scattered like blood-filled toys; a stench so foul, so sharp, it felt as if the very fires of hell had been set ablaze in my nostrils and infected my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of my mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realisation immediately, regardless of death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from our guns. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn’t disobey the command, despite death tolling ever closer. However, my excitement and bravery grew as my mind changed into a hive of inspiration that believed no road in life is too difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival! I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and just try to survive.
You're a good 'un Stras.
Question mark after "death or survival" ? .......... just asking .
could i just say thank you for the reply and as slugger has mentioned about putting the explanation mark after death or survival. TBH i was pretty confused my self should i put

"hold for me, Death or survival?" - with the comma and question mark or
"hold for me(death or survival)?

i don't know i`m confused.

but once again thanks for the help.

slugger says...
8:32pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saints fan #1 wrote:
slugger wrote:
Confucious wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
saints fan #1 wrote:
(PLEASE READ) hi, i`m new to this forum but need some help(sorry if its off topic but i would really appreciate the help), i have gcse english exam tomorrow and really need help i`ve tried checking elsewhere but cant find anything that could help me.

in-terms of marks scheme i would be marked on;- grammar, spelling, sentences(compound,c





omplex,etc), punctuation. help would really be appreciated.


well here we go!....

Terrified!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words profuse my heart with the deepest fear that my life was halting, soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrian was flat and solid and gunfire being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean to wide to be the reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle aspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were compelling my mind as survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom!, The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers scattered the ground there wasn`t much to see as bodies were being scattered like toys with blood; a stench so foul, so sharp, it feels as if the very fires of hell have been set ablaze in my nostrils and infecting my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of the mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realization immediately regardless about death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from the gun. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn`t disobey the command despite death tolling ever closer. However my excitement and bravery evolved as my mind altered to an inspiration that no road in life is difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still I wondered what the future holds for me! death or survival. I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and try to survive.

your sincerely, school student and massive saints fan.
Try this:

I should add that no text is perfect and many of my changes are just my suggestions, while some things I've left might not have been my first choice (but I don't want to change your ideas too much because your original text is full of imagination which deserves to stay there).

Whatever else you do, remember to set the Word language to English (UK) and do a final spell check.

Good luck!

"The attack must continue at all cost!"
The fear of these words filled my heart with the deepest fear that my life was about to end. Soldiers parched with the heat of the sun, the terrain was flat and solid and gunfire was being fired maliciously across a rather deserted territory. Even this wouldn't stop me. There is no mountain too high, there is no ocean too wide which offer reasons why I can't achieve my dreams. I have been given encouragement, friendship and love during various chapters in my life, I have embraced many beautiful memories in my life, the one I admired the most was when my uncle inspired me to run as fast as a cheetah encouraging me like never before. These thoughts were occupying my mind because survival was the key to success.

As the gunshots were being fired dreadfully, bang, smash, boom! The noises became increasingly louder, soldiers were being killed one by one and crumbling heavily towards the ground. As quickly as the soldiers were being scattered on the ground, there wasn’t much to see because the bodies were being scattered like blood-filled toys; a stench so foul, so sharp, it felt as if the very fires of hell had been set ablaze in my nostrils and infected my throat and lungs, pouring gruesomely out of my mouth and body like water from a fountain.

My anxiety slowly but traitorously began to grow higher and higher. I regained my realisation immediately, regardless of death. We were then instructed by the lieutenant to unroll our bullets from our guns. It was shocking!, Unrolling bullets was insane considering how soldiers were being taken down, but I couldn’t disobey the command, despite death tolling ever closer. However, my excitement and bravery grew as my mind changed into a hive of inspiration that believed no road in life is too difficult to travel once you believe in yourself, your inner strength and your inner potential. Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival! I knew I would have to battle, never to let go of hope and just try to survive.
You're a good 'un Stras.
Question mark after "death or survival" ? .......... just asking .
could i just say thank you for the reply and as slugger has mentioned about putting the explanation mark after death or survival. TBH i was pretty confused my self should i put

"hold for me, Death or survival?" - with the comma and question mark or
"hold for me(death or survival)?

i don't know i`m confused.

but once again thanks for the help.
Not being picky (i hope) and am not good at English ......... but i'm sure it's an exclamation mark .

Baddesley Bill says...
8:32pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Just had a sneaky peek at the News site. They don't seem very happy about the situation...

...what's their problem?...at least they've got another couple of games to not go to! :O)

saintlysoul says...
8:36pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?
Valerie why can't you adopt Slugger's approach. All I want to do on the site is debate issues involving the Saints and football. Chill out and stop getting so agitated its not good for the blood pressure!!!!!!!!!

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:50pm Mon 14 Jan 13

I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!

RedArmy1 says...
8:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

We're all going to Chelsea ...
We're all going to Chelsea ...

LA LA LA LA

UP by Train
UP by Car
UP by Coach

INTO THE PUBS.

WE ARE RED ARMY AND WE FIGHT FOR VICTORY.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE RULE THE SOUTH (including
LONDON)

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR

slugger says...
8:52pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Must go look ... lol

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

RedArmy1 wrote:
We're all going to Chelsea ...
We're all going to Chelsea ...

LA LA LA LA

UP by Train
UP by Car
UP by Coach

INTO THE PUBS.

WE ARE RED ARMY AND WE FIGHT FOR VICTORY.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE RULE THE SOUTH (including
LONDON)

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR
I'm not.

saintkenny says...
9:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

bigfella777 wrote:
You watch Lambert sometimes and wonder just how good he could really be with decent players around him and the right service. Puncheon is unable to control a long aerial pass first touch and seems to lose posession straight away. I always thought this was where Gaston would play as playmaker with Tadanari lee upfront with Lambert.
What has happened to the Jap?
whats wrong with watching brighton then ???????????

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:07pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Must go look ... lol
Whoever posts as StJohn just posted:

'A story that just keeps giving.'

Genius!

Strasbourg Saint says...
9:08pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Which one? Am I due any royalties?

slugger says...
9:11pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Must go look ... lol
Whoever posts as StJohn just posted:

'A story that just keeps giving.'

Genius!
Poor old Blue Walter , he's gonna have a breakdown !

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:13pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Which one? Am I due any royalties?
Dad's Army - just for starters. Some have asked me to explain bits, others have got all upset. Get over and post your own!

Velleity says...
9:14pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?
Valerie why can't you adopt Slugger's approach. All I want to do on the site is debate issues involving the Saints and football. Chill out and stop getting so agitated its not good for the blood pressure!!!!!!!!!
You call me "Valerie". Now that one's interesting. The only other people who have ever called me that are: Bring back Branfoot and Southampton Dominance, both grade one WUMs (who I've long suspected to be the same person). Your other user names, I guess.

You twonks with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:17pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
slugger wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Must go look ... lol
Whoever posts as StJohn just posted:

'A story that just keeps giving.'

Genius!
Poor old Blue Walter , he's gonna have a breakdown !
He's been a bit rude recently, most un Walter like!

saintshorse101 says...
9:18pm Mon 14 Jan 13

going back to subject, super rickie legend or not? i say if he left us this window, which he wont, we would call him a legend so in my eyes he is a legend. another player who i think is a saints legend is razor ruddock. i always remember him headbutting an oppo in the pen box on purpose, while waiting for a corner, right infront of the ref and getting sent off still complaining he never touched him! that and going up front when we needed goals at the end of matches.

SaintMax says...
9:19pm Mon 14 Jan 13

According to twitter, a Norwegian club have accepted bids from us and Liverpool for Vergard Foren a young centreback.
(Let's remind ourselves that arsole said we wouldn't sign anyone..)

Strasbourg Saint says...
9:20pm Mon 14 Jan 13

To Saints fan #1:

1. Slugger's English is as good as mine and he has a point about possibly putting a question mark after 'Death or survival'. However, I'd say there are two option.
a) Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me, death or survival?
(in this case, it's a straight forward sentence ending with a question.)
b) Still, I wondered what the future would hold for me. Death or survival!
(in this case, the first part is a straight forward statement. Then, the 'Death or survival!' sentence is separated for effect. Old school English wouldn't like it, modern journalism would probably love it.

In the end, it's your choice but definitely use an exclaimation mark or question mark, and not a full stop, which, in my opinion, would be plain wrong.

Talking of death or survival, 17 more days, eh? I think I know a song about 17 ......

angus mc coatup says...
9:32pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Which one? Am I due any royalties?
Dad's Army - just for starters. Some have asked me to explain bits, others have got all upset. Get over and post your own!
just had a cheeky look myself "trust me"

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:38pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Our old mate BlueWhiteandRed just posted this:

'So on the 31/1/13 PST Will own Fratton Park and just on player tranfer deadline window we have new signings inc benjani i hope ! and just avoid a year in administration . All we need to do is PLEDGE PLEDGE AND PLEDGE all that following my birthday !'

Got to give it to him!

RedArmy1 says...
9:41pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
RedArmy1 wrote:
We're all going to Chelsea ...
We're all going to Chelsea ...

LA LA LA LA

UP by Train
UP by Car
UP by Coach

INTO THE PUBS.

WE ARE RED ARMY AND WE FIGHT FOR VICTORY.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY.
WE RULE THE SOUTH (including
LONDON)

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON. COYR
I'm not.
Lots of SAINTS SUPPORTERS heading to LONDON.

RED ARMY-RED ARMY-RED ARMY-RED ARMY-RED ARMY-RED ARMY

NIGEL ADKINS RED AND WHITE ARMY - WE H8 POMPEY

WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY
NUMBER ONE IN THE SOUTH.
COYR

Invidia says...
9:42pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Is there anyone out there that understands what is going on at Portsmouth fc, if the adminstrator claims the gound is worth X amount and portpin claims it is worth Y amount surely the easiest way to settle the amount is by three professional independant valuators to arrive at a fair price and both parties to accept without involving judges etc. after all that is probably what the judge will do, or is there something I am missing?

Velleity says...
9:43pm Mon 14 Jan 13

So he's hoping for the old favourite "And in one leap, Jack was free".

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:46pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I feel sorry for the skunts, so I've posted a song to cheer them up!
Which one? Am I due any royalties?
Dad's Army - just for starters. Some have asked me to explain bits, others have got all upset. Get over and post your own!
just had a cheeky look myself "trust me"
Quality.

slugger says...
9:47pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Invidia wrote:
Is there anyone out there that understands what is going on at Portsmouth fc, if the adminstrator claims the gound is worth X amount and portpin claims it is worth Y amount surely the easiest way to settle the amount is by three professional independant valuators to arrive at a fair price and both parties to accept without involving judges etc. after all that is probably what the judge will do, or is there something I am missing?
I could well be wrong but i think it's to do with forcing the sale to get them moving .

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:48pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Invidia wrote:
Is there anyone out there that understands what is going on at Portsmouth fc, if the adminstrator claims the gound is worth X amount and portpin claims it is worth Y amount surely the easiest way to settle the amount is by three professional independant valuators to arrive at a fair price and both parties to accept without involving judges etc. after all that is probably what the judge will do, or is there something I am missing?
Because 'independant' doesn't exist. They all have valuations in their own favour and they have to bore the judge rigid with why theirs are right and the others are wrong. It's all good.

Baddesley Bill says...
9:53pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Invidia wrote:
Is there anyone out there that understands what is going on at Portsmouth fc, if the adminstrator claims the gound is worth X amount and portpin claims it is worth Y amount surely the easiest way to settle the amount is by three professional independant valuators to arrive at a fair price and both parties to accept without involving judges etc. after all that is probably what the judge will do, or is there something I am missing?
That would be the "fair" way to decide...not the "Pompey" way to decide.


...alas...Pompey just don't do fair. They will never learn.

Snebs says...
9:59pm Mon 14 Jan 13

slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
slugger wrote: Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.
Granted ,Frank is ok too .
Le God

petethephantom says...
10:00pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
just watched on you tube
Shoot the Pompey scum

interesting one of their sponsor at one time on their shirts was "jobsite" humm i think they need there help now

COYR

slugger says...
10:02pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Snebs wrote:
slugger wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
slugger wrote:
slugger wrote: Rickie is in my opinion the best English center forward in the country , shame he isn't 4 years younger .
And has anyone ever seen a better taker of penalties ?
Yes Frank Lampard.
Granted ,Frank is ok too .
Le God
between us i reckon we've named the best 3 .

saintlysoul says...
10:04pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?
Valerie why can't you adopt Slugger's approach. All I want to do on the site is debate issues involving the Saints and football. Chill out and stop getting so agitated its not good for the blood pressure!!!!!!!!!
You call me "Valerie". Now that one's interesting. The only other people who have ever called me that are: Bring back Branfoot and Southampton Dominance, both grade one WUMs (who I've long suspected to be the same person). Your other user names, I guess.

You twonks with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.
That's your name isn't it? How long have you had this paranoia?

Invidia says...
10:09pm Mon 14 Jan 13

You have confused me even more now Seed, surely the correct evaluation is somewhere between the two valuations by the two parties so it would not be too difficult to come up with a true reflection of the grounds worth within a couple of thousand pounds that is and if they both agree to accept the evaluation end of story, one thing that came to mind is if the administerator Tevor Birch is trying to get a lesser figure for the Pompey trust to be able to afford surely that is not what he should be doing inasmuch as he should trying to get a better deal for the creditors who are owed money.

slugger says...
10:10pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
slugger wrote:
Velleity wrote:
Oh, for Heaven's sake, why are you all STILL engaging with the WUMs?

Leave the fucktard mongs alone and they will die from lack of attention. If you answer them EVEN ONCE they will come back. They are like weeds; you need to be ruthless.

Actually, I'm wrong. They aren't LIKE weeds, they ARE weeds.

STOP IT!!!
I fear that you're ploughing a lone furrow here ....... If i have something to say to anyone then i'll say it , what i won't do is get drawn into tit for tat insults anymore .
You know what, I think I *must* be alone in hating the WUMs.

I just wish the DE had an "ignore poster" function so their midless drivel wouldn't even show up on screen.

My list would be

Bring back Branston
Kunt141
saintly..ah..sole
Terbourba
Five pounds between us
Thomasupandatem

All tedious timewasters.



Anyway, is Ricky great, or what?
Valerie why can't you adopt Slugger's approach. All I want to do on the site is debate issues involving the Saints and football. Chill out and stop getting so agitated its not good for the blood pressure!!!!!!!!!
You call me "Valerie". Now that one's interesting. The only other people who have ever called me that are: Bring back Branfoot and Southampton Dominance, both grade one WUMs (who I've long suspected to be the same person). Your other user names, I guess.

You twonks with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.
That's your name isn't it? How long have you had this paranoia?
Veliety is in fact quite right , no paranoia at all ...... keep it football related eh ?

Velleity says...
10:11pm Mon 14 Jan 13

You don't fool me Saintly..ah..sole/Br
anfoot/Dominance. As I sait, you twits with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Now go away, you tedious little oik.

saintlysoul says...
10:15pm Mon 14 Jan 13

SaintMax wrote:
According to twitter, a Norwegian club have accepted bids from us and Liverpool for Vergard Foren a young centreback.
(Let's remind ourselves that arsole said we wouldn't sign anyone..)
Lets wait and see. I feel sorry for NA he probably knows nothing about this (assuming of course it's true) just like he knew nothing about Aarron Martin being recalled from Palace and Luke Shaw being given a 5 year extension to his contract. The latter makes sense remember when JWP signed for 5 years he was photographed with NA shaking hands the photograph appeared on the Southampton FC website. No such photograph appeared when Luke Shaw agreed his 5 year deal!!!! That is very unusual.

All this I'm afraid suggests firstly a breakdown in communication / rift between NC and NA (which I've been saying for weeks) and secondly NAs imminent departure from the club. I really do hope I'm wrong because I think NA is probably the best one to take us forward. It must be an intolerable situation for NA and the players!!!!!

slugger says...
10:18pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Invidia wrote:
You have confused me even more now Seed, surely the correct evaluation is somewhere between the two valuations by the two parties so it would not be too difficult to come up with a true reflection of the grounds worth within a couple of thousand pounds that is and if they both agree to accept the evaluation end of story, one thing that came to mind is if the administerator Tevor Birch is trying to get a lesser figure for the Pompey trust to be able to afford surely that is not what he should be doing inasmuch as he should trying to get a better deal for the creditors who are owed money.
Sorry to butt in ...... i believe the court case is about forcing Portpin to sell their charge on Fratton park so that the takeover can actually happen .... the value is the stumbling block and an independent ruling in a court of law is the only way.

Baddesley Bill says...
10:21pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
SaintMax wrote:
According to twitter, a Norwegian club have accepted bids from us and Liverpool for Vergard Foren a young centreback.
(Let's remind ourselves that arsole said we wouldn't sign anyone..)
Lets wait and see. I feel sorry for NA he probably knows nothing about this (assuming of course it's true) just like he knew nothing about Aarron Martin being recalled from Palace and Luke Shaw being given a 5 year extension to his contract. The latter makes sense remember when JWP signed for 5 years he was photographed with NA shaking hands the photograph appeared on the Southampton FC website. No such photograph appeared when Luke Shaw agreed his 5 year deal!!!! That is very unusual.

All this I'm afraid suggests firstly a breakdown in communication / rift between NC and NA (which I've been saying for weeks) and secondly NAs imminent departure from the club. I really do hope I'm wrong because I think NA is probably the best one to take us forward. It must be an intolerable situation for NA and the players!!!!!
Is this a cut n pasted Tebourba comment by chance?

saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Velleity wrote:
You don't fool me Saintly..ah..sole/Br

anfoot/Dominance. As I sait, you twits with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Now go away, you tedious little oik.
What baffles me Valerie is why you respond. If you've nothing constructive to say just ignore me. You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.

Baddesley Bill says...
10:45pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
You don't fool me Saintly..ah..sole/Br


anfoot/Dominance. As I sait, you twits with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Now go away, you tedious little oik.
What baffles me Valerie is why you respond. If you've nothing constructive to say just ignore me. You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.
Saintlysoul...if this was an intelligence contest, you wouldn't be winning any prizes tbh.

The simple fact is that this is a football forum...for Saints fans....and it is you who offer absolutely no positives whatsever...none at all..zip...nadder.

...you agenda is very simple for all to see...to try to undermine (in your small way) the set up that has taken us this far.

...that makes you a skunt/wum in my eyes...it's really that simple.

saintshorse101 says...
10:51pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!

slugger says...
11:01pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Give them enough rope and they hang themselves ........ we know who the wums are ..... in the words of Derek Trotter "It's all epidemic".

angus mc coatup says...
11:03pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
good one horse,any real saints fan would know the situation regarding shaw's contract.and the fact that jwp signed a long term deal when he reached eighteen, so the same thing would apply to luke shaw.he aint a saints fan thats for sure.

slugger says...
11:10pm Mon 14 Jan 13

As far as Saintlysoul is concerned , i feel my work is done .

stockysaint says...
11:11pm Mon 14 Jan 13

St Retford wrote:
One of the things no one's mentioning about the penalty on Saturday is how well Rickie hit it. Watch it again: he absolutely CREAMED it. There's not a keeper in the history of the game that would have got anywhere near it.
Could not agree more, and the vast majority of his pens give the keeper very little chance.
Rickie and Le Tiss have taken 78 pens for Saints between them and only one has been saved - notice I write saved not missed,

angus mc coatup says...
11:18pm Mon 14 Jan 13

stockysaint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
One of the things no one's mentioning about the penalty on Saturday is how well Rickie hit it. Watch it again: he absolutely CREAMED it. There's not a keeper in the history of the game that would have got anywhere near it.
Could not agree more, and the vast majority of his pens give the keeper very little chance.
Rickie and Le Tiss have taken 78 pens for Saints between them and only one has been saved - notice I write saved not missed,
mark crossley, notts forest.... saved It, I think.

Folkestone Saint says...
11:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
You don't fool me Saintly..ah..sole/Br


anfoot/Dominance. As I sait, you twits with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Now go away, you tedious little oik.
What baffles me Valerie is why you respond. If you've nothing constructive to say just ignore me. You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.
Serious question, what can you possibly gain from these continous attacks on fellow Saint's fans, it's every day all day

stockysaint says...
11:29pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...
Absolutely superb, just woke the missus up laughing my ballacks off - ballacks see what I did there?

saintlysoul says...
11:30pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!

Strasbourg Saint says...
11:31pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
stockysaint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
One of the things no one's mentioning about the penalty on Saturday is how well Rickie hit it. Watch it again: he absolutely CREAMED it. There's not a keeper in the history of the game that would have got anywhere near it.
Could not agree more, and the vast majority of his pens give the keeper very little chance.
Rickie and Le Tiss have taken 78 pens for Saints between them and only one has been saved - notice I write saved not missed,
mark crossley, notts forest.... saved It, I think.
Correct, it was Crossley; and some of us remember David Peach's sweet left foot. How many did he take, score, miss or have saved? His % must be pretty high.

In fact, I wonder what % of penalties Saints have scored since 1973 (40 years).

Strasbourg Saint says...
11:34pm Mon 14 Jan 13

stockysaint wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
ONE
One

Is it getting better or do you feel the same?
Will it make it easier on you now you’ve got someone to blame?
You say...

One pitch - one shed,
One day and then you’re dead.
For one month you get a player who’s sh!t,
Then he leaves you baby if you can’t pay for it.

Did ‘Arry disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?
You act like you never had money and now you have to go without.
Well it's...

Too late, tonight, to drag your past out into the light.
We're one, but we're not the same
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other
One...

Did you come here for forgiveness?
Have you come to pay your debt?
Are you hoping to play Jesus?
Well you’ve got Connolly instead.

Did you ask too much? More than a lot.
We owe you nothing, now it's all you’ve got.
We're one, but we're not the same,
Well, we hurt each other and we’ll do it again.

You say Kanu’s a legend, Sol’s a different class,
Guy is your saviour and the PST will last,
You ask the fans to pack the park but they cannot be 4rsed.
And I can't be holding on to what you got
When all you’ve got’s the past.

One pitch, one shed,
One judge, he’s got to do what he should,
One court case, then you’re dead.
One life, with each other, your sister is your mother.
One life, but we're not the same,
We don’t have to carry each other, carry each other.

One...
Absolutely superb, just woke the missus up laughing my ballacks off - ballacks see what I did there?
Apologies to your wife......

Heck! .......


Wife!!! ...........


Bed!!! .................

I better sign off. Night all!

Folkestone Saint says...
11:37pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
I would like to point out one of the many rules you choose to ignore "•it is your sole responsibility to check the accuracy of any facts and opinions given on this website before entering into any commitment based upon them"
by repeating the sae old dross time and time again won't make it true

angus mc coatup says...
11:43pm Mon 14 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
If you know so much, and nigel, ( in your opinion ) knows so little... of whats going on.added to the fact that you're so worried. why don't you get into contact with mr adkins and inform him of the situation that is obviously giving you great concern.I'm sure he would be greatly appreciative of any information. as he is so obviously kept in the dark over what is going on within the club.

saintlysoul says...
11:53pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Folkestone Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
I would like to point out one of the many rules you choose to ignore "•it is your sole responsibility to check the accuracy of any facts and opinions given on this website before entering into any commitment based upon them"
by repeating the sae old dross time and time again won't make it true
What does that mean the information I post is accurate one hundred per cent!

saintlysoul says...
11:55pm Mon 14 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
If you know so much, and nigel, ( in your opinion ) knows so little... of whats going on.added to the fact that you're so worried. why don't you get into contact with mr adkins and inform him of the situation that is obviously giving you great concern.I'm sure he would be greatly appreciative of any information. as he is so obviously kept in the dark over what is going on within the club.
How do you know I haven't? Ever wondered where I get my information from?

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
11:55pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Invidia wrote:
You have confused me even more now Seed, surely the correct evaluation is somewhere between the two valuations by the two parties so it would not be too difficult to come up with a true reflection of the grounds worth within a couple of thousand pounds that is and if they both agree to accept the evaluation end of story, one thing that came to mind is if the administerator Tevor Birch is trying to get a lesser figure for the Pompey trust to be able to afford surely that is not what he should be doing inasmuch as he should trying to get a better deal for the creditors who are owed money.
His legal obligation is to get the best deals for the creditors, but he will take other considerations into account. That is why he wont allow the financial position to deteriate and so will allow HNW's to bankroll the losses.

There is no such thing as an independant valuer. One lot would offer a free ticket to Skunts v Hartlepool and a 50% on a pie the other would offer him suitcase osse and a holiday in Hong Kong with free whores and everything!

angus mc coatup says...
12:03am Tue 15 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
If you know so much, and nigel, ( in your opinion ) knows so little... of whats going on.added to the fact that you're so worried. why don't you get into contact with mr adkins and inform him of the situation that is obviously giving you great concern.I'm sure he would be greatly appreciative of any information. as he is so obviously kept in the dark over what is going on within the club.
How do you know I haven't? Ever wondered where I get my information from?
ha ha,so you're telling me that you're in contact with nigel adkins.and he tells you what is happening within the inner sanctum sfc.

hahahaha.....what a tw@t

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
12:03am Tue 15 Jan 13

how does 'full of cash' come out as 'osse'?

Oh well, songs to compose.

Ciao.

saintshorse101 says...
12:29am Tue 15 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote: saintlysoul says... 10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13 You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.” strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it, 1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent! 2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal! 3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal! 4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday 5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013. 6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there). an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't! You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
and you obviously cant even get facts right even when you post them for a second time!
shaw hasnt got a contract extension! shaw has a NEW contract! or will in july. shaw is currently on a academy scholar's contract, which is thought to have 2-3 years left on it. the NEW contract is a full contract, expected to be 5 years. if this was an extension as you state then it would only be a 2-3 year extension and thats not good for the player or the club. a little bit of research would go a long way. however saints fans dont need to research this as we know it.
why is it whenever someone corrects you, you resort to abuse and name calling. you do not know what is going on behind the doors at sfc. if i had the `knowledge` you pretend to have then the bookies would have lost a fortune! i have seen posters like you come and go on this site over the last 4 years, everyone of them has been proved to be wrong, and then proved not to be saints fans. if it wasnt so sad it would be funny!

saintlysoul says...
12:53am Tue 15 Jan 13

saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote: saintlysoul says... 10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13 You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.” strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it, 1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent! 2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal! 3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal! 4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday 5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013. 6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there). an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't! You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
and you obviously cant even get facts right even when you post them for a second time!
shaw hasnt got a contract extension! shaw has a NEW contract! or will in july. shaw is currently on a academy scholar's contract, which is thought to have 2-3 years left on it. the NEW contract is a full contract, expected to be 5 years. if this was an extension as you state then it would only be a 2-3 year extension and thats not good for the player or the club. a little bit of research would go a long way. however saints fans dont need to research this as we know it.
why is it whenever someone corrects you, you resort to abuse and name calling. you do not know what is going on behind the doors at sfc. if i had the `knowledge` you pretend to have then the bookies would have lost a fortune! i have seen posters like you come and go on this site over the last 4 years, everyone of them has been proved to be wrong, and then proved not to be saints fans. if it wasnt so sad it would be funny!
You really are very misinformed. Shaw has two years left on his contract which was a scholarship extended for 2 years thus it went into a pro contract. JWP had the same. Because he can't sign a pro contract until he's 18 he has now signed a letter of intent thatvhecwill sign his pro contract on his 18th birthday not for 5 years but foot four and a half years exactly as JWP has signed. I used the word 'extension' as technically tat is the legal effect of the letter of intent that he has signed I.e. it extends his existing contract!

I don't have to 'pretend' to have knowledge I actually do have the knowledge and information I post on here.

People like you are incredibly shallow. You hate to think that someone other than you knows more about the inner workings of their club. What you fail to realise is that people like me speak to people in the know. You rely on posts from people on here who think they know what they're talking about but don't and who have nothing better to do that engage in idol bantervtryingvto be witty and funny. Quite frankly it's pathetic and sad!

So horsey wind you neck in and listen if you can you might learn something!

saintlysoul says...
1:02am Tue 15 Jan 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
If you know so much, and nigel, ( in your opinion ) knows so little... of whats going on.added to the fact that you're so worried. why don't you get into contact with mr adkins and inform him of the situation that is obviously giving you great concern.I'm sure he would be greatly appreciative of any information. as he is so obviously kept in the dark over what is going on within the club.
How do you know I haven't? Ever wondered where I get my information from?
ha ha,so you're telling me that you're in contact with nigel adkins.and he tells you what is happening within the inner sanctum sfc.

hahahaha.....what a tw@t
No that's your interpretation of what I said. You really do make yourself look very foolish don't you? You're obviously not very bright evident from the contents of your posts.

Bring back Branfoot says...
7:47am Tue 15 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Velleity wrote:
You don't fool me Saintly..ah..sole/Br


anfoot/Dominance. As I sait, you twits with more than one sign on ALWAYS get caught out.

Now go away, you tedious little oik.
What baffles me Valerie is why you respond. If you've nothing constructive to say just ignore me. You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.
Saintly, look at who you're trying to reason with. There's a group of them who think it's their thread and try and control what people post. Eg; no negative thoughts on NA. It's become their life's work! Do what I do, Boss Hogg your way through them. None of them process any real wit, so they can be kept in their place quite easily.

There are some really good posters on this thread, I feel sorry for them, having to wade through a torrent of guff. I wish the stepford wives would exchange emails and bore each other directly. Cut out the poor middle men, that would be us!

Folkestone Saint says...
9:47am Tue 15 Jan 13

saintlysoul wrote:
Folkestone Saint wrote:
saintlysoul wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote:
saintlysoul says...
10:23pm Mon 14 Jan 13
You make yourself look rather low and unintelligent in what you post.”

strange when people make themselves look unintellegent isnt it,
1 martin was not recalled from palace, loan was ended by, and this is the important word, "mutual" consent!
2 luke shaw has not signed a 5 yr deal!
3 luke shaw hasnt signed any deal!
4 luke shaw cant sign a deal until his 18th birthday
5 luke shaw will turn 18 on July 12, 2013.
6 how in this or any world can you know what NA knows? answer you cant (had to be careful there).
an intellegent man would have done some research regarding luke shaw before posting about him!
You obviously can't read!!! I never said Shaw had 'signed' I said he'd been given an 'extension' to his existing contract. In any event you've missed the point. In splitting hairs you've overlooked that in both instances Martin and Shaw NA knew nothing about it!!!! So how can you run a team where the manager is not knowing what the chairman is doing? You can't!

You lot simply don't want to face the truth NA is nearly history!!!!
I would like to point out one of the many rules you choose to ignore "•it is your sole responsibility to check the accuracy of any facts and opinions given on this website before entering into any commitment based upon them"
by repeating the sae old dross time and time again won't make it true
What does that mean the information I post is accurate one hundred per cent!
It is within the rues of this web-site, but thankyou for letting me know that you haven't read them. Can you answer my question now?

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