Vital Football

Latest Southampton FC News

Euell be there!

Euell be there!

Jason Euell has been praised by Dutch boss Jan Poortvliet as his comeback to the first team has boosted the club. Euell has been out for months, nursing a shoulder injury which had ruled him out for the whole start of the season.

His first appearance this season came in the 1-1 draw with Coventry on the 28th October. Euell`s experience is exactly what the young side is looking for. Euell has been a professional for 13 years; starting his career with Wimbledon. He then enjoyed a five year spell with Charlton Athletic, followed by a short spell at Middlesbrough. The Jamaican definitely has the C.V to give this young side a boost.

The 31 year olds return to fitness has been admired by the Dutch Boss: "I'm glad that he is available to us because I think we saw what it was like when he was not there,"

'He enables us to break out in the way that we want to and I think Jason has been a very useful player in the role that he has played.'

Other fitness updates will certainly boost the Saints. Morgan Schneiderlin will be back for Wolves at home this Saturday. Striker Jordan Robertson, on loan from Sheffield United is recovering from illness.

On loan from Millwall, Ryan Smith is still not fit; whereas deadline day deal Romain Gasmi will be 100% fit soon.

Michael Svensson remains out, yet he is making big strides to return for the Saints in the heart of defence.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Abe Hawken
Date:Friday November 14 2008
Time: 1:26PM

Comments

0
Didnt deserve to be banned for 3 matches when the other player slid in as well
Jesus_02
18/11/2008 22:27:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Southampton Articles

Man United v Southampton - Follow Live On Twitter

Southampton are at Wembley to face Manchester United today, this will be a 4:30pm kick-off.

Puel Looking To Reward Southampton Fans

Manager Claude Puel has said he's hoping to see Southampton reward the fans when we face Manchester United at Wembley in the League Cup Final on Sunday.

Forster Relishing Manchester United Final

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster knows Wembley Stadium pretty well from his England exploits but he knows this weekend's visit to face Manchester United in the League Cup...

Vital Preview - Manchester United v Southampton

The 2016-17 League Cup season concludes with the final on Sunday, which will see Manchester United and Southampton battling for the trophy.

Archived Vital Saints Articles

Vital Saints articles from

Site Journalists

SFC Forever
no email
Profile
Vital Saint
Editor email
Profile
Matt Gardner
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

League Cup - Manchester United v Southampton
Suggested By:
Southampton win55%
Manchester United win36%
ScoopDragon Premier League Network Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Chelsea 26 20 3 3 63 36
2 Man City 25 16 4 5 52 22
3 Spurs 25 14 8 3 50 28
4 Arsenal 25 15 5 5 50 26
5 Liverpool 25 14 7 4 49 24
6 Man Utd 25 13 9 3 48 17
7 Everton 26 12 8 6 44 15
8 WBA 26 11 7 8 40 4
9 West Ham 26 9 6 11 33 -9
10 Stoke 25 8 8 9 32 -6
11 Burnley 26 9 4 13 31 -9
12 Watford 26 8 7 11 31 -13
13 Southampton 25 8 6 11 30 -3
14 AFC Bournemouth 26 7 5 14 26 -15
15 Swansea 26 7 3 16 24 -25
16 Middlesbrough 26 4 10 12 22 -9
17 Crystal Palace 26 6 4 16 22 -13
18 Leicester City 25 5 6 14 21 -19
19 Hull City 26 5 6 15 21 -27
20 Sunderland 26 5 4 17 19 -24
The Vital Football Members League
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
Vital Football Comment

Recent Southampton Results (view all)

Southampton Fixtures (view all)

Feb 26 2017 4:30PM : Manchester United (a)
Capital One Cup
Mar 4 2017 3:00PM : Watford (a)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 12 2017 1:30PM : Manchester United (H)
Barclays Premier League
Mar 19 2017 2:15PM : Tottenham Hotspur (a)
Barclays Premier League
Apr 1 2017 3:00PM : AFC Bournemouth (H)
Barclays Premier League
Apr 5 2017 7:45PM : Crystal Palace (H)
Barclays Premier League
Write for Vital Football