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Southampton have been handed a home tie in Round 2 of the Carling Cup against Birmingham. That means the northerners will travel to St Marys twice within two weeks to try and out do their Championship rivals.
Kevin Phillips, will return to his old club as he looks to take his new club into the next round.

There is no doubt about it that there are a few tough games coming up for Saints. Birmingham and Derby occupy the next three fixtures, and the Saints team that comes out the other end of these games will be the one that determines the remainder of the season. It is as simple as that. Too early to make bold statements like that? Maybe so, but we'll see.

I'd personally like to see John and McGoldrick paired up front together in the next few games. I think the young lad could learn a lot from the experienced International, and might be the killer touch we need in front of goal.

Only time will tell.




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Writer: therainmaker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 14 2008

Time: 12:08AM

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'That means the northerners will travel to St Marys twice within two weeks’ Uhhh, were did you do Geography mate, I mean I know technically pretty much everywhere is north from Southampton but Birmingham northern?! (As you may have guessed I’m a saint’s fan living in the midlands) Anyway bring um on, 2 wins there! (He hopes)
Saintmike
well there you go, its not the south
th3saint
 

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