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February Review

February Review

Saints started the month in Croydon, as they took on Crystal Palace. James Scrowcorft gave the home side the lead on the 74th minute, before Stern John's late equaliser on 83. Andrew Surman and Marek Saganowski set-up the goal. On of the talking points was the throwing session between supporters at the end of the game.

on the 9th QPR where the visitors and took all 3 points in a 3-2 defeat for Gorman and Dodd. Darren Powell gave the saints the lead, before 3 QPR goals. Stern John scored in the last minute to make the scoreline look half respectable.

Saints travelled up to Stoke on the 12th, going 3-0 down from 3 corners in the first half. Saints showed some grit to get it back to 3-2 but failed to gain any points. Stern John on target twice for the Saints.

Cup defeat followed as a lackluster saints churned up rubbish yet again, this time infront of the BBC cameras and 2000 saints away fans at Bristol Rovers. A Jermaine Wright own goal seperated the teams.

The 22nd saw saints get humiliated by pasty-munching Pixies from Plymouth. Saints went 2-0 down thanks to a mix-up between Jermaine Wright and Andrew Surman and a goalkeeping error.

A Gregory Vignal penalty earned a point for Nigel Pearson in his first full game as saints gaffer.

Saints fans! Please take part in our poll. This is your chance to tell us who you think Player of the month for february was.

The Clear favourite is Andrew Davies although Stern John bagged 4 of saints 6 goals in the month.

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Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Monday February 25 2008
Time: 7:07PM

Comments

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A great month as far as I'm concerned.
storagematt
01/03/2008 19:26:00
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andrew davies is a very very good player and i'd take him down at loftus road if he'd come
ozanne park rangers
02/03/2008 05:52:00
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a bad month for the saints, but andrew davies was a massive plus!
saint spud
02/03/2008 09:19:00
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