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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by tomw24, Jul 21, 2020.
I knew that would have ramifications at the time.
What a season.
Cant wait till next year.
Deeney, Welbeck and Wilson...three players with "West Ham/Palace bidding war" written all over them.
Place on the bench at best. No relegation rejects needed!
Yep the only reason I would have Wellbeck is as he always scores against us and that would be one less to worry about.
Eddie Howe will leave I think.
They did all they could today to stay up. It's a cruel game but 38 games tell the story and whilst I have genuine sympathy for the long serving fans of Bournemouth, that's the way it goes. I think we'd have been gutted if it were us not then tonight. Ralph has done a tremendous job with his team and the core of players who have really got his message. As the caddie said to his player, Michael Thompson at the PGA golf match yesterday when a really tough shot decision had to be made, 'time to step up and play the game!' Saints have just done that, well done!!
Good win today. Great performance from Redmond and Che and great effort in the last 9 games. Only one bad performance against Arsenal.
Does anyone know where the thread for the prediction of Southampton's finishing positions at the beginning of the season is? Would be interesting if anyone can find it and bump it!
Turns out we did relegate Bournemouth
Great win today. Che my MOTD for his goals along with Redmond maybe.
We may not have the most skilful players in the league, but we have the most character. Great bunch of lads.
44 points from the last 26 games at 1.69 points per game.
I remember when Bompey beat us at home and my Bompey supporting mate was all cocky about them going 4th.
He must remember the words I said
“Mate, it’s a marathon not a sprint”
Less than 7 weeks until the new season! Can’t wait. Off to finish the 3rd bottle of Prosecco! What a turnaround. COYR!
Ring him,text him, ring him, text him........,make sure he hasn’t missed the results
So did I...
Remember them saying they'd never be back to SMS after that ... well they got that right
Uncannily we were there, and some of us were watching. as saints beat Everton 3-0 and then waited on the result from St Andrews where Norwich were leading 1-0 with moments left and we were safe. Then Brum equalised.