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Adam Lallana relishing Toffees Visit

In tonight's programme Adam reminisces about the times his father used to take him to Goodison Park to watch his heroes.

Though Adam is unlikely to face the Toffees, as he makes progress on his return from injury. He says Saints will have to keep on working hard to progress in the top flight. However, Lallana is impressed with how the team has played in his absence.

The team has adapted well after learning that,"It was a bigger step than we imagined and it was made harder by the fact that we lost our first four games.'

Adam adds that Everton have strength and with the likes of Osman, Fellaini in the air , and Jelavic up front they will be a handfull.

Here's hoping he gets his wish and a Saints win.



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Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 21 2013

Time: 4:47PM

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Hope we can give him what he wants and start the new reign with a win.
sfc4ghg
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21/01/2013 17:54:00

It's a pity that we haven't got a fit Adam playing tonight as he would have been bloody useful.
SFC Forever
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21/01/2013 19:01:00

How long is adam out for? Could do with him back!!!
Jasewalpz
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21/01/2013 19:19:00

He is maybe a couple of weeks away yet. Not sure as club isn't rushing him.
sfc4ghg
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21/01/2013 19:52:00

 

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