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Saints today have revealed new Squad numbers for the new season.

Here is the full list

1. Kelvin Davis
2. ALexander Ostlund
3. Pele
4. Marek Saganowski
5 Claus Lundekvam
6. Darren Powell
7. Rudi Skacel
8. Bradley Wright-Phillips
9. Grzegorz Rasiak
10. Jermaine Wright
11. Andrew Surman
12. Mario Licka
13. Bartosz Bialkowski
14. Adam Hammill
15. Kenwyne Jones
16. Jhon Viafara
17. David McGoldrick
18. Nathan Dyer
19. Chris Makin
20. Adam Lallana
22. Simon Gillet
23. Lloyd James
24. Oliver Lancashire
25. Michael Poke
26. Cedric Baseya
27. Inigo Idiakez
28. Josh Dutton Black

Leon Best departing left the 27 shirt free, Spanish Midfielder Idiakez asked to take that shirt. Svensson will be out for the season so Andrew Surman takes the 11 shirt for the season. Adam Hammill takes the 14 shirt.

McGoldrick takes the shirt which has previously been worn by Djamel Belmadi and Marian Pahars. Lallana moves from 41 to 20.

Youngstars Josh Dutton Black, Cedric Baseya, Oliver Lancashire and Lloyd James all given squad numbers. While Young Keeper Bartosz Bialkowski moves from 28 to the number 13 shit. Kelvin Davis regains the number one shirt.

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Friday July 13 2007
Time: 10:18AM

Comments

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Can you afford 28 players?
storagematt
14/07/2007 20:59:00
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Saga still at 4. Bloody stupid
Giddyred
15/07/2007 09:59:00
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Well 40 plus in a squad is just plain greedy storagematt
SaintRug
17/07/2007 12:24:00
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