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McGoldrick stays at Bournemouth

McGoldrick stays at Bournemouth

Saints striker David McGoldrick is staying at league one struggler's Bournemouth for the rest of the season.

Without McGoldrick's goals, Bournemouth would probably have been relegated this season, not that their fans will thank us for bailing them out again.

Meanwhile Craig Richards and Sean Rudd from the Southampton youth system have joined Conference side Oxford United on trial.

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Date:Monday April 16 2007
Time: 3:01PM

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You scummers really are so up yourselves. "not that their fans will thank us for bailing them out again." - How old are you - 4??? That is such a pathetic, childish and very sad comment. Like your 3p in the buckets way back when actually bailed us out - muppet. How about thanking us for turning your players into good ones who can score lots of goals by OUR coaches developing them???? No? Thought not...
bmb
17/04/2007 12:05:00
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Think you hit a nerve there VS!
Archer
17/04/2007 12:23:00
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I quite like Bournemouth, all our players who go there on loan seem to come back better, well they did before Bond moved in.
Giddyred
17/04/2007 12:26:00
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Bornmuff are welcome to that Skate *****er
Archer
17/04/2007 12:27:00
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bmb, you cant come on here, call us scummers and then slate us for being up ourselves! Saints have done a lot for Bournemouth over the years and yet some of you still act like wannabe Pompey fans and call us scummers, thats what I call pathetic and childish.
CF Saints
17/04/2007 12:30:00
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Spot on CF! Wannabe Pompey fans! LOL
Archer
17/04/2007 12:33:00
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Just because one idiot Bournemouth fan comes on here doesn't mean they are all like it, he probably just hasn't hit puberty yet. I'm sure there are some nice Bournemouth fans out there who can see the links between us and them work well for both sides.
Giddyred
17/04/2007 12:35:00
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BMB is a lady Giddyred!
DJ
17/04/2007 12:43:00
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oh ok! My bad
Giddyred
17/04/2007 13:11:00
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CF Saints - I responded to pathetic childish comments with pathetic childish comments knowing full well they would be understood by the muppet who made the comment in the 1st place. Didn't want to get too adult and intellectual for him! Giddyred you are spot on, your players do come back better players mostly down to gaining valuable 1st team experience albeit at a lower level so comments such as "not that their fans will thank us for bailing them out again." are pathetic. I am one of the few who come on here regularly from Bournemouth and make nice comments, I don't have a prob with saints or pompey myself. Both clubs have helped us out with loan players over the years (although Pompey tend to pay their players wages or at least part of them while they are loan to us while you don't we have to pay the wages). Pompey fans don't bother with the "we've saved the little club again" attitude that too many of your fans have. The arrangements do normally work well for both teams and long may it continue but without the needless continual harping on about how you have saved us sooooooo many times before cos truth is - you have never saved us...
bmb
17/04/2007 17:57:00
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