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Lowe Goes!

Lowe Goes!

Saints chairman Rupert Lowe, along with directors Guy Askham, Andrew Cowen, Michael Richards and Dave Windsor Clive.

The directors have stepped down with immediate effect. They will be replaced on the board by Ken Dulieu, Michael Wilde, Jim Hone, Lee Hoos, Patrick Trant and Leon Crouch who have been appointed as directors of the company with immediate effect.

As a result of this dramatic development the EGM scheduled for 11.30 am on Monday has been cancelled.

Now that the off field problems at Saints have subsided fans will no doubt be hoping that there will be a greater emphasis on the footballing side of things.


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Date:Friday June 30 2006
Time: 5:38PM

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Great news for the Saints.
DJ
30/06/2006 18:20:00
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About time! If there ever was anyone to drag down Southampton FC Rupert Lowe was the man, He built a small stadium at St Mary's and thought that Southampton was then a big club!!! Wrong, look where the Saints are now!! Good luck in the coming season and you should be up again 2007/8
sidyid
30/06/2006 18:25:00
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good news for you saints fans ,that ****** loweneeded to get the boot for the way he took sturrock from us at plymouth then *****ed him aside.good luck now for this season.phil p.a.f.c.
philking12
30/06/2006 20:18:00
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lol simple, good for you, just get rid of the manager now lol
wallis
01/07/2006 00:17:00
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thats very good news for u, at long last he's gone, i was looking foward to his return to home park again
green giant 12
01/07/2006 00:45:00
0
Result! Let's hope he's gone from football altogether.
Auckland Owl
01/07/2006 01:32:00
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" how do you see this season panning out "
millers4eva
01/07/2006 08:22:00
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hopefully promotion now that Lowe has gone
jaz1409
01/07/2006 10:47:00
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I have to say I never really liked Lowe. Good riddance, I say.
cherry_brandy
02/07/2006 13:00:00
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Shame. He was doing such a great job too.
FEn_100
07/07/2006 14:28:00
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