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Pochettino backs Shaw to be England star

By Adam Leitch

6:00am Tuesday 5th February 2013

Pochettino backs Shaw to be England star

Luke Shaw is today getting over the disappointment of missing out on the chance to become the second youngest player to represent England under-21s, but new Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino has backed the teenage sensation to become a full international.

At just 17 years and 209 days old, Shaw, pictured, would have been beaten only by ex-Saint Theo Walcott in becoming the youngest player to play for England’s under-21s if, as had been expected, he won his first cap at that level against Sweden in Walsall this evening.

However, late last night it was confirmed that Shaw had to withdraw from the squad following training with Stuart Pearce’s men with a ‘suspected injury.’ Many believe Shaw’s form puts him only narrowly behind Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines for the left back role in the senior England squad, and with the way he is going it seems only a matter of time before he gets a full international call.

New Saints boss Pochettino has been impressed with the youngster and believes he can make the grade “Yes, bit by bit he could get there (being an England international),” said Pochettino, who as a player was capped 20 times by Argentina, including at the 2002 World Cup.

“I think he has a great future and at 17 I have to say he is very mature.”

Pochettino opted to leave Shaw on the bench for the game against Manchester United at Old Trafford in favour of Danny Fox but quickly recalled the youngster for the trip to Wigan.

“He’s got a good future ahead of him,” reckoned the Saints manager.

“At only 17 years of age he has to carry on working and develop his play a lot more.”

Walcott was 17 years and 152 days old and at Saints when he made his England under-21 debut.

He also set a bit of history for the England under-21s that day when he became the youngest ever player to score for the side when he netted the opener in England’s 2-2 draw with Moldova.

Shaw’s chances of being capped had been aided by the withdrawal of Norwich left back Ryan Bennett.

Saints won’t have any players on England under-21 duty this evening with Nathaniel Clyne also having had to withdraw from the squad through injury.

Clyne was taken off in the second half of Saints’ 2-2 draw with Wigan at the weekend.

Comments(147)

Comments(147)

Mush On The Beach says...
7:49am Tue 5 Feb 13

That is tough on Luke but his time to shine for England will definitely come.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:27am Tue 5 Feb 13

NEUF

Costa Baz says...
8:51am Tue 5 Feb 13

I think most Saints fans want our players to be recognised at the highest-level, but one of the drawbacks is that the club loses control over the way the players train. I feel gutted for Luke, but he has the potential to surpass Ashley Cole's record as an England international.
Hope he's ok for Citeh and that no more of our players return injured, from their games.

Hobson82 says...
8:52am Tue 5 Feb 13

I wouldn't mind betting Luke Shaw will be on the plane to Brazil for the World Cup next summer. If we qualify.

Puddletown Saint says...
9:02am Tue 5 Feb 13

Worried that Lukes head will be turned in the Summer. The only way to be in an England squad is to play for a NorthWest or London club - Sorry not play you can sit on the bench and still get called up..............

Clever Dick says...
9:15am Tue 5 Feb 13

Hopefully it's a "diplomatic" injury and he will be good for Saturday. Don't want any of our first team regulars getting injured in pointless friendlies. The loss of just one player could make all the difference at the season's end.

St Retford says...
10:05am Tue 5 Feb 13

My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels.

A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.

Confucious says...
10:18am Tue 5 Feb 13

Clever Dick wrote:
Hopefully it's a "diplomatic" injury and he will be good for Saturday. Don't want any of our first team regulars getting injured in pointless friendlies. The loss of just one player could make all the difference at the season's end.
It may be an unsightly pimple that has appeared on his nose. You know how seventeen year olds really worry about that kind of thing - even more so if they are to be seen on national television.

I suspect it's either an infection from shaving early chin stubble off or from squeezing a blackhead out. The club doc should be able to clear it up pretty quickly so long as Luke didn't pop or pick it too soon.

Hopefully, Mauricio will brief the squad not to wind him up with stuff like "You been picked again" and "In a spot of bother again mate?"

Five Trophies Between Us says...
10:21am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin

Five Trophies Between Us says...
10:23am Tue 5 Feb 13

difficult 1 4 luke. if he stays with t stains, then baines will have the role for the next 5 or 6 yrs, so guess he needz 2 move soon.

St Retford says...
10:25am Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.

Clemster says...
10:30am Tue 5 Feb 13

Puddletown Saint wrote:
Worried that Lukes head will be turned in the Summer. The only way to be in an England squad is to play for a NorthWest or London club - Sorry not play you can sit on the bench and still get called up..............
What a load of rubbish! Last England team had 2 players from starting eleven playing in London

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
10:32am Tue 5 Feb 13

I see Pompey are in court again. This time in the Huhne case. They claim they were driving and want the three points.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
10:35am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
10:41am Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see Pompey are in court again. This time in the Huhne case. They claim they were driving and want the three points.
another embarassing mp from stainland. is there no position so low that they wont stoop to

milton road says...
10:42am Tue 5 Feb 13

lol like that one Seed .

St Retford says...
10:42am Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
10:46am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.
music should b live n spontaneous. that is t most important bit, and that means guitar solos

Mush On The Beach says...
10:57am Tue 5 Feb 13

Led Zeppelin Stairway to Heaven 4 Leagues Between Us? Surely not, I’d have you down more as an AC/DC man ..... Highway to Hell

miltonarcher says...
11:02am Tue 5 Feb 13

Shame Luke didn't play the Wigan forward offside, the rest of the defence pushed out, Luke was ball watching. Cost us two points. Still, he will learn and play for England.

Sainty saint saint says...
11:03am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
Little harsh on Led Zeppelin there St Retford (although I don't like them particularly). What's more worrying, however, is that you let him get away with suggesting that Muse are a credible act...

I am shocked and appalled.

St Retford says...
11:03am Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.
music should b live n spontaneous. that is t most important bit, and that means guitar solos
Are you some sort of greasy-haired neanderthal who sews badges onto your denim jacket saying things like 'Poison' or 'Saxon'?

O, sorry - I just remembered who you support. Of course you are.

: (((((((((((((((((

Five Trophies Between Us says...
11:05am Tue 5 Feb 13

for t stains. losing things by the beautiful south.. n losing my favourite game by t cardigans

miltonarcher says...
11:09am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!

SO50 Saint says...
11:10am Tue 5 Feb 13

Nice to see you can still take the mick out of yourself FTBU. Are those song what pompey run out to at FP?

Five Trophies Between Us says...
11:22am Tue 5 Feb 13

no, pompey run out 2. we were t champions n "portsmouth" of course

St Retford says...
11:23am Tue 5 Feb 13

miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?

Confucious says...
11:24am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.
Maybe - but not for cello solos.

Patricia Mensch has between her legs an instrument which gives me immeasurable pleasure.

St Retford says...
11:28am Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
no, pompey run out 2. we were t champions n "portsmouth" of course
Is your keyboard broken or have you been drinking?

miltonarcher says...
11:32am Tue 5 Feb 13

I think you might be confusing them with Pans People. Same big hair.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
11:37am Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: no, pompey run out 2. we were t champions n "portsmouth" of course
Is your keyboard broken or have you been drinking?
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=8CCf7gvmD
EU

we even have a famous bit of music named after our town. recorded by a famous artist with lots of totty. class

St Retford says...
11:40am Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: no, pompey run out 2. we were t champions n "portsmouth" of course
Is your keyboard broken or have you been drinking?
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=8CCf7gvmD

EU

we even have a famous bit of music named after our town. recorded by a famous artist with lots of totty. class
It's w@nk.

Poor Portsmouth.

: (((((((((((

up saints says...
12:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote: no, pompey run out 2. we were t champions n "portsmouth" of course
Is your keyboard broken or have you been drinking?
http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=8CCf7gvmD


EU

we even have a famous bit of music named after our town. recorded by a famous artist with lots of totty. class
It's w@nk.

Poor Portsmouth.

: (((((((((((
look on the bright side five you can;t be bottom tonight.your still linked with jiroemon kimura worth a look on goggle but not getting any younger get him quick

angus mc coatup says...
12:21pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
for t stains. losing things by the beautiful south.. n losing my favourite game by t cardigans
are you from up t road,you know,up t north.from t yorkshire talking like t northern person all t time.you must be some sort of t watt........... : o )

St Retford says...
12:31pm Tue 5 Feb 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
for t stains. losing things by the beautiful south.. n losing my favourite game by t cardigans
are you from up t road,you know,up t north.from t yorkshire talking like t northern person all t time.you must be some sort of t watt........... : o )
Haha.

Have we seen this btw? Quite funny...

https://twitter.com/
nadkinsdbrent

Taoboy says...
12:31pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.
Maybe - but not for cello solos.

Patricia Mensch has between her legs an instrument which gives me immeasurable pleasure.
I can assure you as a sound engineer,
( a part of my technical duties) that all the acts mentioned appear to be highly lucrative, or they wouldn't have been promoted as much to be a success .
As for guitar solos, I always like the one and two note solos, back in the ussr or the trumpet solo from over the rainbow, which I know a good joke about, which is too long for now.
Instead I will leave you with how youknowthe drummer is knocking on your door .




The knock speeds up.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
12:39pm Tue 5 Feb 13

I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now.


14.2.13

Strasbourg Saint says...
12:48pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
1:01pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha

yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha

haha

angus mc coatup says...
1:14pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha

yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha

haha
are you on ilkley moor bah t'at.....

J7junctionseven says...
1:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha

yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha

haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL...
(Tonight...L?)
Haha haha

SO50 Saint says...
1:22pm Tue 5 Feb 13

I like to feel I am playing my part in Pompey not winning. As each game goes by and more and more loses occur I want to put Pompeys opposition into an Accumulator but I don't in case that is the only game that lets me down. Also I think another more decisive factor is the fact that they are sh1te.

Alicesdad says...
1:28pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Confucious wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
t band that has bcome t most influential since the beatles, with more famous riffs than any other. oh dear.
Life is too short for guitar solos. This is the most important thing you need to remember about music.
Maybe - but not for cello solos.

Patricia Mensch has between her legs an instrument which gives me immeasurable pleasure.
Indeed, I do like a woman who can bow down enjoys a good pluck.

Alicesdad says...
1:30pm Tue 5 Feb 13

AHEM !! Indeed, I do like a woman who can bow down AND enjoys a good pluck.”

milton road says...
1:33pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Well hope Shaw is fit for weekend.
This is a mega big game. Two teams that like to high press One team in a relegation dog fight and the other really must win or the league title will be basically over if M Utd win at home to Everton on Sunday.
City know they must get 3 points.
If we can get something out of this game I will be well pleased.

Beer Monster says...
1:53pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Luke's a good lad, he comes from Kingston, some cracking boozers there.

Agree with SO50 Saint, and for some reason I see it being 1-1 tonight, as it was when we played there in 2008.

Five Trophies Between Us says...
1:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland

St Retford says...
1:56pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
1:59pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha

yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha

haha
Yes, I've always wanted to wear clowns shoes, stink and be known up and down the land as a total tw@t.

By the way, I know the education down your way is officially the poorest in the country but you really should work on your spelling. There are special courses available for the likes of you.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
2:02pm Tue 5 Feb 13

By the way did anyone notice 'Westie' say he has had suicidal thoughts?

Come on Scunthorpe!

Taoboy says...
2:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
Quite. What he said.

Strasbourg Saint says...
2:25pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
I suppose that arguement's a bit like saying that Matt Le Tiss would have been a better footballer if he'd been placed under the same sort of diet and fitness regime, given the same pre-match lectures and sent to the same hairdresser as Luke. Alas, no amount of tweaking with his shape, brain or quaff could have aided the shear artistry of that strike at Blackburn.

Oh well, as you say, he deserves better treatment than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels ..... or, for that matter, the former Lib Dem Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.

Mind you, and here's the rub, if Luke were to put, say, Ace of Spades by Motorhead on his i-pod just before (if?) he runs out next Saturday, I bet he'd be faster into the tackle than if he had just been chilling on Boyfriend.

Alicesdad says...
2:26pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
Bieber better than Led Zep? Oh Dear... you'll be saying you like country music next and then all will be lost forever ....

The most pertinent Bieber comment I ever heard was in an episode of House when he made the astute observation that a particularly stupid patient had one brain cell less than Bieber ...How I miss that programme ...

OK it's time we returned to football ...

ramptonfromsouthampton says...
2:32pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see Pompey are in court again. This time in the Huhne case. They claim they were driving and want the three points.
another embarassing mp from stainland. is there no position so low that they wont stoop to
Whats wrong luv? Still not had that humour bypass operation reversed then?

Strasbourg Saint says...
2:33pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Taoboy wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
Quite. What he said.
Hey! Stop ganging up on me. Big Little Strassie's team are sponsored by Brian May Guitars. Are you suggesting I tell him and his mates that having that emblazoned across their shirts looks naff and they should demand that it be replaced with I LOVE JUSTIN, complete with an image of his face?

Naaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh
hhh!!!!!!

ramptonfromsouthampton says...
2:37pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Alicesdad wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
Bieber better than Led Zep? Oh Dear... you'll be saying you like country music next and then all will be lost forever ....

The most pertinent Bieber comment I ever heard was in an episode of House when he made the astute observation that a particularly stupid patient had one brain cell less than Bieber ...How I miss that programme ...

OK it's time we returned to football ...
Ah yes Bieber - the singing amoeba. Retford, you are very naughty to pour scorn on our goliaths of 70's rock for putting more than just sugar on their cornflakes of a morning...

J7junctionseven says...
2:38pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL...
(Tonight..(L)
Haha haha

SFCOLDBOY says...
2:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now.


14.2.13
Something fishy going on!
Me thinks!

mack chinnon says...
3:00pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
By the way did anyone notice 'Westie' say he has had suicidal thoughts?

Come on Scunthorpe!
That did make me laugh.
Come on Scunny.

saintkenny says...
3:05pm Tue 5 Feb 13

when will we win again
when we cheated we had winning moments
when will we win again
will pst be the biginning or the end
when will we win again
when we cheated we had winning moments
when will we ever win again
is pst the begiinining or the end
when will we ever win again LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight..(L)

saintkenny says...
3:23pm Tue 5 Feb 13

wonder if na fancies the forest job .sharp already there

OSPREYSAINT says...
3:29pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
3:31pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?
Absolutely. Provided you and kenny feel up to it!

saintkenny says...
3:35pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?
Absolutely. Provided you and kenny feel up to it!
iv ignored for days seed .and i dont go on the pompey news to intice them .you feel up to not doing that ?????

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
3:39pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintkenny wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?
Absolutely. Provided you and kenny feel up to it!
iv ignored for days seed .and i dont go on the pompey news to intice them .you feel up to not doing that ?????
Of course not!

saintkenny says...
3:44pm Tue 5 Feb 13

i make comments but not quotes underneath the wums .some put saints in there name i know kent141 alias moreglory force141 does it all the time dont matter what login so easy to pick up.and he thinks we dont realise it as thick as a plank

St Retford says...
3:45pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
I suppose that arguement's a bit like saying that Matt Le Tiss would have been a better footballer if he'd been placed under the same sort of diet and fitness regime, given the same pre-match lectures and sent to the same hairdresser as Luke. Alas, no amount of tweaking with his shape, brain or quaff could have aided the shear artistry of that strike at Blackburn.

Oh well, as you say, he deserves better treatment than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels ..... or, for that matter, the former Lib Dem Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.

Mind you, and here's the rub, if Luke were to put, say, Ace of Spades by Motorhead on his i-pod just before (if?) he runs out next Saturday, I bet he'd be faster into the tackle than if he had just been chilling on Boyfriend.
Nah, he's a footballer which means he's contractually obliged to listen to nothing but Drake on a match day.

(I don't even know who Drake is, but footballers bloody love him.)

Strasbourg Saint says...
3:47pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintkenny wrote:
wonder if na fancies the forest job .sharp already there
Good shout. I think that would work for everyone. I'd be amazed if he hadn't already been invited to apply.

Salar says...
4:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote: My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound. Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix. I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep. Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry. Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?" Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
I suppose that arguement's a bit like saying that Matt Le Tiss would have been a better footballer if he'd been placed under the same sort of diet and fitness regime, given the same pre-match lectures and sent to the same hairdresser as Luke. Alas, no amount of tweaking with his shape, brain or quaff could have aided the shear artistry of that strike at Blackburn. Oh well, as you say, he deserves better treatment than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels ..... or, for that matter, the former Lib Dem Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. Mind you, and here's the rub, if Luke were to put, say, Ace of Spades by Motorhead on his i-pod just before (if?) he runs out next Saturday, I bet he'd be faster into the tackle than if he had just been chilling on Boyfriend.
Nah, he's a footballer which means he's contractually obliged to listen to nothing but Drake on a match day. (I don't even know who Drake is, but footballers bloody love him.)
Nick Drake perchance? ;-)

St Retford says...
4:50pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Heh - I'm pretty sure he's like the exact opposite of Nick Drake.

Fatty x Ford Worker says...
5:34pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Arse has got him for 25 Million!

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
5:47pm Tue 5 Feb 13

I see the skunts intend to train at Cockleshell Sports Community Club. You couldn't make this stuff up. Silly skunts, always good for a laugh!

Confucious says...
5:49pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Alicesdad wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Strasbourg Saint wrote:
St Retford wrote:
miltonarcher wrote:
St Retford wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
St Retford wrote:
My favourite thing about Luke Shaw is that he's unafraid to admit to liking Justin Bieber. That takes great courage in this day and age, where young men with unlikely hair who happen to make amazing music are reviled more than arms dealers or satanic banking cartels. A man with the guts to stand alone like this will be an almighty warrior for Southampton Football Club. I salute you, Luke.
well said, it would have been much easier to say muse or led zeppelin
No it wouldn't! Led Zeppelin are the worst band in the entire history of recorded sound.

Genuinely terrible.
I am assuming your comments re the greatest blues rock band ever are tongue in cheek. I saw them back in the early 70's and at the O2, trust me, fantastic !!!!!!!
Did they have flashing lights and dance routines?
Justin's coming here next month, Retford. Gutted now that I missed out on a ticket. Especially as I've already had my Led Zep fix.

I went with a mate to see them at Knebworth House in 1979. We arrived the night before, emptied the local supermarket of Carlsberg Special - we left with a trollyful along the A602 - and kipped in a field. Next day we had breakfast (Carlsberg Special), lunch (Carlsberg Special) and tea (Carlsberg Special) while enjoying Chas n Dave and Southside Johney. I then passed out and missed most of Led Zep.

Never did me any harm, Retford.Can't beat a good guitar lick, especially when you're several Carlsberg Specials to the good and craving a decent curry.

Back on thread, I guess there's more chance of Luke racking up 100 England caps than me getting to a Justin Beiber concert.
It's a bit of a racket, though, isn't it? The trouble with 1970s rock music is that it was all made under the influence of a LOT of cocaine, which isn't good for quality control. Hence at no point did anyone think "Um, Nigel, about this 10-minute drum solo: do you think it might possibly be a bit self-indulgent?"

Those buggers just churned it out without stopping to think. Which, of course, is in stark contrast to Justin's Bieber's writers who have meeting after meeting to discuss intro lengths, radio appeal, sync opportunities and many other important things. This attention to quality control is why Bieber is better than 'Led' 'Zep'.
Bieber better than Led Zep? Oh Dear... you'll be saying you like country music next and then all will be lost forever ....

The most pertinent Bieber comment I ever heard was in an episode of House when he made the astute observation that a particularly stupid patient had one brain cell less than Bieber ...How I miss that programme ...

OK it's time we returned to football ...
I like country music you cheeky swine. Songs are a bit sad sometimes, but if you play them backwards you sober up, your wife comes home and your dog comes back to life - result!. I tried to write country songs myself, but it's very hard to find acceptable words that rhyme with truck.

As for 70's rock music it was all the same old stuff - just different orchestrations of f@rt, belch and grunt noises and a few squeals from nudists who'd had their @rses unexpectedly sniffed by dogs' with cold wet noses.

The only good things about rock music are that if the musicians get it all wrong nobody notices and that deaf people can hear it through their feet.

TheSaintsMan says...
6:53pm Tue 5 Feb 13

From a non-bias point of view, I am delighted Luke was called up and would be very happy for him if he got into the England squad at such a young age. He thoroughly deserves it.

From a Saints fan point of view, I hope he doesn't get called up. This may seem unfair but if he gets called up the media hypicrosy will go into overdrive and it could affect the players performances. More importantly it will mean that one of the top clubs in the country (ie Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham etc) will cash in for him and he will go. And he will join an endless line of top players we have sold.

saintkenny says...
7:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
I see the skunts intend to train at Cockleshell Sports Community Club. You couldn't make this stuff up. Silly skunts, always good for a laugh!
bless my barnicals really

OSPREYSAINT says...
7:18pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?
Absolutely. Provided you and kenny feel up to it!
Naturally that's why I suggested it. The trolls are thinning out but no doubt will be back with new signs ons.

OSPREYSAINT says...
7:50pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Pompey can only manage 4 subs. tonight at Scunny. Sam Hoskins has scored for Stevenage in the first minute against Notts County.

Invidia says...
8:05pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Pompey can only manage 4 subs. tonight at Scunny. Sam Hoskins has scored for Stevenage in the first minute against Notts County.
I do hope we are not going to be subject to another running commentry on here again.

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:08pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Invidia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Pompey can only manage 4 subs. tonight at Scunny. Sam Hoskins has scored for Stevenage in the first minute against Notts County.
I do hope we are not going to be subject to another running commentry on here again.
Why not? Some of our youngster are involved tonight, are you not interested?

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:10pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Connolly has done a ham string and may be out for three weeks. Ben Reeves playing for Southend in the Paint Pot.

Invidia says...
8:12pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Of course I am interested but I will find my own news which is much more up to date than your efforts

Itchin' My Kingsland says...
8:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Clever Dick wrote:
Hopefully it's a "diplomatic" injury and he will be good for Saturday. Don't want any of our first team regulars getting injured in pointless friendlies. The loss of just one player could make all the difference at the season's end.
Out for up to 2 weeks with a knee ligament injury. So will miss City

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:15pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Invidia wrote:
Of course I am interested but I will find my own news which is much more up to date than your efforts
Fair enough, post it so we can all enjoy.

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:17pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Did you know England U21's are 3 up? I would be watching it but haven't got ESPN.

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:18pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Itchin' My Kingsland wrote:
Clever Dick wrote:
Hopefully it's a "diplomatic" injury and he will be good for Saturday. Don't want any of our first team regulars getting injured in pointless friendlies. The loss of just one player could make all the difference at the season's end.
Out for up to 2 weeks with a knee ligament injury. So will miss City
That's a big blow for Saturday, hope Foxy is up for the challenge.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
8:28pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Well done scunny. Now for some more!

saintkenny says...
8:32pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Well done scunny. Now for some more!
come on you irons

Baddesley Bill says...
8:33pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Well done scunny. Now for some more!
They seem to be making their possession pay. Come on Scunthorpe :0)

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Ooops That wasn't in the script 1 1

Velleity says...
8:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
J7junctionseven wrote:
Five Trophies Between Us wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote: I see 'The smell of football' featured the smelliest of the lot last night. What a saddo, totally sums up Portsmouth and all it stands for. Still not long now. 14.2.13
seed. a westwood wannabe. haha yr continual countdowns are just like a little bugle sound, trying 2 b noticed, just like how westwood started. haha haha
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight...L?) Haha haha
another shopper from lidls. Is there any class in stainland
Is there any chance that we can resume the shush and ignor plan for this poster?
Absolutely. Provided you and kenny feel up to it!
Naturally that's why I suggested it. The trolls are thinning out but no doubt will be back with new signs ons.
Kent/three halves is like a virus. He'll be back.

Baddesley Bill says...
8:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Ooops That wasn't in the script 1 1
Sodje!!....

...descrides one of the scorers ....and my response to this news.

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:47pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Coventry have a 31,054 crowd for their Paint Pot Trophy Area Final First Leg.
That is impressive support in a so called minor competition. 0 - 0 with Crewe at the moment.

Invidia says...
8:52pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Coventry have a 31,054 crowd for their Paint Pot Trophy Area Final First Leg.
That is impressive support in a so called minor competition. 0 - 0 with Crewe at the moment.
Who gaff

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:52pm Tue 5 Feb 13

2,596 at Scunny, 205 Pompey fans who are out shouting the home crowd, that's Hampshire for you.....

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:53pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Invidia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Coventry have a 31,054 crowd for their Paint Pot Trophy Area Final First Leg.
That is impressive support in a so called minor competition. 0 - 0 with Crewe at the moment.
Who gaff
?

OSPREYSAINT says...
8:58pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Invidia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Coventry have a 31,054 crowd for their Paint Pot Trophy Area Final First Leg.
That is impressive support in a so called minor competition. 0 - 0 with Crewe at the moment.
Who gaff
?
I think you have mispelt your sign on invidious would be more appropriate.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:10pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
2,596 at Scunny, 205 Pompey fans who are out shouting the home crowd, that's Hampshire for you.....
I'm listening on Solent and I can tell you they are not.

OSPREYSAINT says...
9:12pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
2,596 at Scunny, 205 Pompey fans who are out shouting the home crowd, that's Hampshire for you.....
I'm listening on Solent and I can tell you they are not.
I was teasing!

Invidia says...
9:17pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Invidia wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Coventry have a 31,054 crowd for their Paint Pot Trophy Area Final First Leg.
That is impressive support in a so called minor competition. 0 - 0 with Crewe at the moment.
Who gaff
?
I think you have mispelt your sign on invidious would be more appropriate.
Who GAFF!!!!

OSPREYSAINT says...
9:23pm Tue 5 Feb 13

OK I can take a hint.

Velleity says...
9:32pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Not another "L"!

saintkenny says...
9:33pm Tue 5 Feb 13

sodje goal

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:35pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintkenny wrote:
sodje goal
Thank god. I was getting seriously worried.

Baddesley Bill says...
9:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Velleity wrote:
Not another "L"!
Oh dear..how sad...

...never mind! :O)

Little Hitler says...
9:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

There's an amusing article on the BBC website about how fishie's Sodje was going to "Smash" the Scunthorope Sodje. Clearly did the business LOL.

Reminds me of how they were going to "Rip Up" division 3.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:41pm Tue 5 Feb 13

LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLLL

Strasbourg Saint says...
9:41pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
saintkenny wrote:
sodje goal
Thank god. I was getting seriously worried.
Oooooooooo, 85th minute, that must have hurt.

I bet the L buttons on your PCs are starting to wear out, no?

saintkenny says...
9:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintkenny wrote:
when will we win again
when we cheated we had winning moments
when will we win again
will pst be the biginning or the end
when will we win again
when we cheated we had winning moments
when will we ever win again
is pst the begiinining or the end
when will we ever win again LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLL... (Tonight..(L)
told you hiliarious

angus mc coatup says...
9:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

scunthorpe 2-1 skuntville

oh dear !

mack chinnon says...
9:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

It gets better and better. Come on Bournemouth.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
9:43pm Tue 5 Feb 13

A late winner and a disallowed skunt goal. Top reffing.

circa 66 saint says...
9:45pm Tue 5 Feb 13

good old scunny only messing
skunt-teasing get em all excited then wham it's all over

Baddesley Bill says...
9:46pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Hartlepool well within striking distance with their game in hand...

...PFC finishing rock bottom of Div 3 (without the points deduction) would be a fitting end for sure. I'd call that historic! :O)

angus mc coatup says...
9:56pm Tue 5 Feb 13

skeight !!!!

saintkenny says...
9:56pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Hartlepool well within striking distance with their game in hand...

...PFC finishing rock bottom of Div 3 (without the points deduction) would be a fitting end for sure. I'd call that historic! :O)
wheres the like button ;0)

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
10:05pm Tue 5 Feb 13

angus mc coatup wrote:
skeight !!!!
Like

circa 66 saint says...
10:07pm Tue 5 Feb 13

time to choose
liquidation and all the skunts deserve or
relegation to the 4th division min of 10 points deducted and relegated to non league football with all debts intact and the truss in charge

angus mc coatup says...
10:11pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
angus mc coatup wrote:
skeight !!!!
Like
and there's still time to make it

skeighteen !!!

Baddesley Bill says...
10:21pm Tue 5 Feb 13

mack chinnon wrote:
It gets better and better. Come on Bournemouth.
I'd like to have gone to the Bompey v Pompey game...alas, we have the small issue of Man City to deal with at SMS.

Bompey will be in my accumulater though COYR

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
10:22pm Tue 5 Feb 13

circa 66 saint wrote:
time to choose
liquidation and all the skunts deserve or
relegation to the 4th division min of 10 points deducted and relegated to non league football with all debts intact and the truss in charge
It's a hard choice, one I wrestle with frequently. Liquidation gives that stella moment. But struggling on with an infighting truss stumbling from failure to failure obviously has a longevity to it. Either is fine though.

mack chinnon says...
10:25pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Baddesley Bill wrote:
mack chinnon wrote:
It gets better and better. Come on Bournemouth.
I'd like to have gone to the Bompey v Pompey game...alas, we have the small issue of Man City to deal with at SMS.

Bompey will be in my accumulater though COYR
Thats a banker.

circa 66 saint says...
10:31pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
time to choose
liquidation and all the skunts deserve or
relegation to the 4th division min of 10 points deducted and relegated to non league football with all debts intact and the truss in charge
It's a hard choice, one I wrestle with frequently. Liquidation gives that stella moment. But struggling on with an infighting truss stumbling from failure to failure obviously has a longevity to it. Either is fine though.
i think there is a lot of mileage left if the truss take over and all those donators of £1000 watching their dosh disappear into the money pit that is P.F.C
and the best bit will be we told em

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
10:34pm Tue 5 Feb 13

circa 66 saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
circa 66 saint wrote:
time to choose
liquidation and all the skunts deserve or
relegation to the 4th division min of 10 points deducted and relegated to non league football with all debts intact and the truss in charge
It's a hard choice, one I wrestle with frequently. Liquidation gives that stella moment. But struggling on with an infighting truss stumbling from failure to failure obviously has a longevity to it. Either is fine though.
i think there is a lot of mileage left if the truss take over and all those donators of £1000 watching their dosh disappear into the money pit that is P.F.C
and the best bit will be we told em
This is a very good point indeed. Personally I think I'd prefer the truss but I think liquidation is inevitable.

St Forlife says...
10:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
LLLLLLLDDDLLLLLLLL
What a lovely bunch of consonants

circa 66 saint says...
10:40pm Tue 5 Feb 13

the truss is the same as
a man who 2 miles from shore survives a shark attack but has both arms and legs bitten off and says to himself i'm alright now if i can survive that i can survive anything

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
10:51pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Birch cancelled the Eastleigh training ground without warning, now he's closed the shop down. He's getting ready to liquidate.

circa 66 saint says...
10:53pm Tue 5 Feb 13

the best bit is the poopey's are walking around with the biggest c0cks up their ar,ses without realising they are being ferked BRILLIANT

circa 66 saint says...
10:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Birch cancelled the Eastleigh training ground without warning, now he's closed the shop down. He's getting ready to liquidate.
liquidation by dripping tap method simular to chinese torture

saintshorse101 says...
10:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

going to be 1 of those games on sat, allmouth have only lost 1 in 19 and poopey havent won 1 in living memory!

St Retford says...
10:59pm Tue 5 Feb 13

I wonder if Birch is thinking the value of a ground belonging to a team starting in League 2 on minus 10 might be considered to be fcuk all and he's delaying the hearing until this appears to be the inevitable conclusion? I hope not because that would be the actions of a team losing on purpose and who should therefore be thrown out of the league.

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
11:01pm Tue 5 Feb 13

circa 66 saint wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Birch cancelled the Eastleigh training ground without warning, now he's closed the shop down. He's getting ready to liquidate.
liquidation by dripping tap method simular to chinese torture
It's brilliant isn't it?

He's going to want to get to the end of the season. Expect a further adjournment. Personally I'd love to see the court case go ahead, it would be even more fun.

St Retford says...
11:02pm Tue 5 Feb 13

PS some country music is amazing. If you don't like drinking gin and listening to Hank Williams then you're mental.

insane saint says...
11:05pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintshorse101 wrote:
going to be 1 of those games on sat, allmouth have only lost 1 in 19 and poopey havent won 1 in living memory!
does this count as the're history

slugger says...
11:11pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Has anyone checked on John PFC Westward ? ...... I'd hate to think he'd topped himself before Pompey actually go POP !

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
11:11pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
PS some country music is amazing. If you don't like drinking gin and listening to Hank Williams then you're mental.
Whisky and ska is better though.

slugger says...
11:13pm Tue 5 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
PS some country music is amazing. If you don't like drinking gin and listening to Hank Williams then you're mental.
Hands up , I'm mental ....... Johnny Cash is a good listen when drunk though .

circa 66 saint says...
11:22pm Tue 5 Feb 13

slugger wrote:
St Retford wrote:
PS some country music is amazing. If you don't like drinking gin and listening to Hank Williams then you're mental.
Hands up , I'm mental ....... Johnny Cash is a good listen when drunk though .
agreed and Dolly Parton was good to watch luverly pair of lungs

saintshorse101 says...
11:26pm Tue 5 Feb 13

insane saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote: going to be 1 of those games on sat, allmouth have only lost 1 in 19 and poopey havent won 1 in living memory!
does this count as the're history
no the average skate has a selective memory and they only remember games they have won, i think it was 5trop who posted the other day that the last time we played them in the cup the result was 4-1 to them, he then added the last league game was also 4-1 to them! you see they didnt win either game last year so it gets forgotten. i think the problem stems from them only having a few brain cells and they can only store a little memory at a time.

Beer Monster says...
11:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

L please Rachel :-)

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...
11:40pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Beer Monster wrote:
L please Rachel :-)
I'm afraid we're out of L's. Got several D's and a whole pile of W's but no L's.

circa 66 saint says...
11:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

saintshorse101 wrote:
insane saint wrote:
saintshorse101 wrote: going to be 1 of those games on sat, allmouth have only lost 1 in 19 and poopey havent won 1 in living memory!
does this count as the're history
no the average skate has a selective memory and they only remember games they have won, i think it was 5trop who posted the other day that the last time we played them in the cup the result was 4-1 to them, he then added the last league game was also 4-1 to them! you see they didnt win either game last year so it gets forgotten. i think the problem stems from them only having a few brain cells and they can only store a little memory at a time.
thats the problem with an island race that are isolated from the rest of society Charles Darwins books and theories prove this

circa 66 saint says...
11:45pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Beer Monster wrote:
L please Rachel :-)
I'm afraid we're out of L's. Got several D's and a whole pile of W's but no L's.
ferking funny

Beer Monster says...
11:50pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Beer Monster wrote:
L please Rachel :-)
I'm afraid we're out of L's. Got several D's and a whole pile of W's but no L's.
Hehehe, like that chief :-)

insane saint says...
12:21am Wed 6 Feb 13

Beer Monster wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
Beer Monster wrote:
L please Rachel :-)
I'm afraid we're out of L's. Got several D's and a whole pile of W's but no L's.
Hehehe, like that chief :-)
so the L's are lost again oh well i will have a W on sat then

rocketone says...
6:34am Wed 6 Feb 13

St Retford wrote:
I wonder if Birch is thinking the value of a ground belonging to a team starting in League 2 on minus 10 might be considered to be fcuk all and he's delaying the hearing until this appears to be the inevitable conclusion? I hope not because that would be the actions of a team losing on purpose and who should therefore be thrown out of the league.
Wonder if Europol would like to investigate?

rocketone says...
6:38am Wed 6 Feb 13

PFC = LIDL
Cheap!

Clever Dick says...
7:44am Wed 6 Feb 13

LLLLLLLLMFAO

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