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Can Saints Sign Off 2011 With Another Win At Home?

Can Saints Sign Off 2011 With Another Win At Home?

Tonight we play our final home game of the year and it would be an exceptional statistic if we were able to avoid defeat.

The Saints have taken a quite remarkable 65 points from a possible 69 on offer - a spectacular home average of 2.83 points per game.

Many people in the game put our success down to the prolific scoring record that we have, but that does our defence a massive disservice.

The Saints scoring statistics show an impressive 52 goals scored in the 23 games, an average of a whopping 2.26 goals per game.

Yes that is great but the defence has only allowed the opposition to score 12 goals which is a shade above 1 goal every 2 games.

To me this shows that we have been strong all round. Stay unbeaten and we will have yet another statistic to be pleased with.

So come on you reds let's open up a six point gap for the New Year.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday December 30 2011
Time: 4:45PM

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COYR!!
abesaint
30/12/2011 17:23:00
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HT 0-0 and a bit scrappy but James has made one good save from Schneiderlin.
SFC Forever
30/12/2011 20:39:00
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Well it had to happen didn't it. Pearson scores to wreck our record and we lose 1-0
SFC Forever
30/12/2011 21:43:00
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There's only 1 David James!!!! The slip begins....
PompNut
01/01/2012 12:40:00
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