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Schneiderlin Lines Up To Talk To Saints OS

Schneiderlin Lines Up To Talk To Saints OS

This season already looks like it will be a hard one for all clubs. Several games have gone the opposite way to that predicted by the so-called experts.

After now having a fourth straight loss Saints are still not that far behind the race to get into the top six. Sheffield Weds have fallen from the top after two defeats and all of the clubs at the top have dropped points.

morgan Schneiderlin has spoken on the Saonts OS about how things are going and says that we will turn it round soon.

He is pleased with his and the teams form, as against MK Dons, in most first halves. He admitted that the lack of goals is a concern but the chances are being made and soon the goals will start going in.

He says also that the team are still looking to get promotion this season and that we could win four on the spin and be right up there with the chasing pack.

He said that we have quality in the squad and we mustn't give up on our goal. We have a new manager and it may take a week or two for the way he wants us to play to fall into place.

He is happy that there is no midweek game next week so that the team can spend some time getting to know how Nigel Adkins wants them to play.

Morgan was still upbeat regarding our prospects but how much of this we are ok we will get it sorted do we have to listen to before something does start changing?



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday September 17 2010
Time: 10:59AM

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Why do the players keep telling us everything is fine and things will turn round soon? How soon is soon?
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17/09/2010 12:03:00
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