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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by fran-MLs little camera, Oct 13, 2015.
His record before joining us looked promising as well, odd that he never clicked.
Didn't get a huge chance really.
Not League One standard iirc
Majority of the SPL is about that standard tbf.
Whilst generally true about the SPFL Prem, you can get the odd decent player from there e.g. Armstrong, Van Dijk, Steven Davis, Robertson, Tierney etc...
If by odd player you mean a regular supply of good talent then I take your point. I expected Ely to become a regular and I suspect it’s financial rather than talent reasonsthat he has been away on loan for so long. Never got the time with the coach to establish himself IMO.
Agreed and worth saying twice.
Southampton FC women smash Yeovil in Fa cup third round.
Fa cup double?
The Athletic reckons the club blames the players for the recent form, rather than Ralph.
If that is true (and there’s no reason not to think that as some have turned in average performances for quite a while now) the club will have to reason that Premier League quality or potential comes at a price Gao is not willing or able to pay....
If the players are unmotivated and uninspired, surely that's down to the manager?
I think Ralph isn’t free from criticism at all in this, however many of these players have failed multiple managers in a similar fashion now and I suppose the beginning of the season shows what they can achieve when they put their minds to it and I guess Ralph’s coaching approach is unlikely to have changed significantly since then, so it leaves the players as the prime culprit.
I'm sceptical to be honest. Sure we've been playing sh*t, but you can usually tell if there is a lack of effort. There isn't really anyone in our squad that I'd say looks like he isn't trying. To me it looks more like fitness/fatigue issues. We've been unlucky with injuries but also it could be down to the training regime or over-reliance on high-press.
BBC want to talk about us a lot today
From caterers to stadium announcers: the forgotten faces of football eager to welcome back fans https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/56765538
Building us up ready for a fall on Sunday, they will be disappointed when we win
Wednesday 21st April 2021 6 pm KO
TOTTENHAM V SOUTHAMPTON
Referee: David Coote.
Assistants: Adam Nunn, Nick Hopton.
Fourth official: Darren England.
VAR: Jonathan Moss.
Assistant VAR: Marc Perry.
Sky are trolling us now.
Southampton v Leicester - Friday, 30 April (20:00) - Sky Sports