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Happy new year from Vital Saints

Happy new year from Vital Saints

2007 has been an up and down year for saints fans (mostly down), and the coca-cola football leagues threw up many surprises for fans to feast on.

It's been a weird year in football, Steve McLarens England side failed to make the European Championships, and was repleced by an italian who can't speak English.

It also threw up some fantastic football games. Saints thrilled the Moleniux by hitting Wolves for 6, and Barnsley losy 7-0 to West Brom at the Hawthorns, whilst Reading scored 4 twice on there travels, only to loose 7-4 and 6-4 to Portsmouth and Spurs. Villa stunned Chelsea as they played out a 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge on boxing day. Not forgetting 8 man Luton getting a point at Bristol Rovers.

Whatever has happened to your team whether it be relegation, promotion, failiure or progress i hope you have a safe 2008.

Happy New Year

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Monday December 31 2007
Time: 7:30PM

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A Happy New Year to all Saints supporters wherever in the world they may be - May 2008 bring you and your team everything you wish for even though the majority of us would probably wish something different for you - We miss you in the Prem, a Derby with Reading just ain't the same - Play Up Pompey
Chix
01/01/2008 08:17:00
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cheers, lets hope we can have the south coast derbys back as there always such a special occasion.
saint spud
01/01/2008 10:55:00
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3-0 at home to watford? no hope this year then
paultsmouth
01/01/2008 17:24:00
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