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Southampton Fixtures For 2014-15 Released Tomorrow

Southampton Fixtures For 2014-15 Released Tomorrow

Southampton's coming league fixtures for the 2014-15 season will be announced early tomorrow morning (Wednesday).

The often criticised lottery that calls itself the fixture list computer will allow everyone the first opportunity to pour over it's freshly created databases for the coming season at 9am tomorrow morning.

Home or away first? Where are the derbies? Which dates to stick in your diary, and which ones to maybe hope get postponed?

Following on from the departure of former manager Mauricio Pochettino, this will be the first campaign led by the Koeman Brothers following their appointment yesterday, and it will of course be the first time in quite a few season's we head into a league challenge without Rickie Lambert following his departure to his home town club Liverpool earlier this summer.

It's going to be a season of transition, but hopefully not too much and some decentish fixtures to get us started as the team continue to adjust to whatever changes to our style new manager Ronald Koeman may want to make, could well make the difference between a season that pushes for the success we saw last year, and a season that sees some small drop off.

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Tuesday June 17 2014
Time: 2:59PM

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