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Saints win yet again

Saints win yet again

As if conceding against Kvik Halden, Eastleigh and Bournemouth wasn't worrying enough saints defence got breached twice against a Conference team.

Saints faced Exeter at St.James Park, in the battle of 'The flybe clubs'.

Despite the fact saints scored 4 times more negatives has come out of this game.

Exeter took the lead after 44 minutes, On rushing keeper Bartosz Bialkowski was beaten to the ball, he then recovered himself to make a save only for the ball to fall to Logan who taped home from just 10 yards out.

Finally a positive, 2 youngsters combined for the saints goal, Surman drifted a ball for Adam Lallana to score his first senior goal!

Saints then took the lead, Saganowski cut back for Kenwyne Jones to score for saints!

Saints went 3-1, Licka fell over whilst trying to shoot, by it fell for Grzegorz Rasiak to score from inside the penalty box.

Then another defensive mix-up, somehow Pele managed to lift a back pass over the Polish keeper Bartosz Bialkowski. He had no chance, this underlined the saints defensive problems.

Saints grabbed a 4th from the spot. Lallana was brought down on the turn. Enter Grzegorz Rasiak to send the keeper the wrong way. As he stepped up there was a chorus of boos from most of the 2,255 fans inside the ground.

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Wednesday July 25 2007
Time: 10:34AM

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Not worried about conceding goals in these games, they mean nothing
Giddyred
25/07/2007 15:29:00
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u scum will never be back with the big boys. loseing bale was a big mistake lol cranie came to his sense when he realised its better to move along the coast to the better team in the south. its true 'arry is a pure geniuse. which cup is next for us? id settle for mid table if you lot got relegated. big up da blue army. lol
ukpompeyboy
27/07/2007 20:58:00
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