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Southampton - Website Success

Southampton - Website Success

The Football League survey which was recently run showed that a massive 70% of those who respondended use the official Saints OS as a first port of call when looking for information about the club.

The survey also showed that the Saints had more hits on their website than any of the other 81 teams in the Football League.

With over a million hits while the team was in Interlagos plus over 3,100 on the Twitter site the Club was in buoyant mood over the success of the site.

The behind the scenes footage via the 'Saints Player' gave an extra insight to the club and was a section used frequently by us fans.

We, it seems, have learned that we have to go to the OS if we want reliable and accurate information. Spokesman Jordan Sibley was plesed as punch as he stressed how the hard work done behind the scenes was paying fruition.

'We have worked really hard over the course of the last season to improve communications with our fans,'' he said, 'so to see these results makes it all worthwhile.'

As a fan I have learned that for honest and accurate information the OS website is the only place that you are able to see it.

The club has stressed frequently that if we want to know what is happening the only place to find out is the OS.

The Football League survey was also a boost for other club related services. The ticketing operation was praised with glowing reports from the fans.

Another service which we came top in providing was the safety and stewarding. This was yet another big plus for the club and staff members involved.

Overall it has to be said that us the fans are pleased with most of the work done on our behalf by the club. Long may it continue.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday July 24 2010
Time: 10:44AM

Comments

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The club is really going places and working on every aspect of the club... COYR.
Red army comrade
24/07/2010 10:48:00
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Totally agree, only one direction we are heading, onwards and upwards ..........!!!
SFC-AMG
24/07/2010 11:06:00
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Seems like we are indeed after the years of torment in safe and capable hands.
stellarnw
24/07/2010 13:41:00
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