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Southampton At Home For start Of 2010/2011

Southampton At Home For start Of 2010/2011

So now we know our fixtures for next season.

They have a friendly feel to the start with Plymouth going to be our first home game of this important coming season.

Argyle will be after a good start having just dropped from the Championship. I am more than hopeful that a home win aginst them followed by another win against the Cherries in the first round of the Carling Cup will kick start our season perfectly.

The follow up is a trip to MK Dons, who will be desperate for revenge. Last season we played them four times winning all four.

Then we have Leyton Orient for another home game and we could well be sitting pretty at the top of the league with four good wins under our belt.

Jumping the gun maybe and coming so soon after we just failed last season, but I am confident that our team will be more than ready to flex it's muscle from the off.

Alan Pardew is going to bring in some quality and strength that will really set this team of ours up for the fight ahead.

I may not be happy over some aspects of the club and it's PR but I am more than happy with the way we are steadily moving forward.

All I can say right now is bring on our new players and let us get ready to party.





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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday June 17 2010
Time: 10:15AM

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Good god. Something positive at long last from this site.Are you sure it wasn't ghost written by Alan Pardew
legod7
17/06/2010 11:56:00
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Legod7 you will find I can write positive when positive is the way i feel. I really do fancy our chances this season and just wish I had the chance to be there to see us winning more and more accolades. Not that I have yet given up.
SFC Forever
17/06/2010 13:55:00
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save for one or two of the team i will be happier when we can start talking about the games as they come. Most of our side is fine but we still need to sort the right side ourt guys.
VS sparkle
17/06/2010 14:31:00
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Never fear. We may moan at times and we will, but we are saints fans and only want the best for the club and the fans.
VSgirlT
17/06/2010 16:36:00
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Isn't that what messageboards are for? To say what you feel? I have a good feel that the Saints might be up at the top at the end of next season
herringthorpe
20/06/2010 12:40:00
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thank you for that but it does sometimes seem that only moaning threads on here get any reaction. If we are all happy clappy as normal it does not get a response. Say what you think and low and behold our leader has changed into some sort of anti-saint.
sfc4ghg
20/06/2010 20:33:00
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