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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by tomw24, Nov 24, 2016.
Let's hope so... a lot of our signings tend to come out of the blue.
£4m. Fairly young. Not scored many goals from midfield. Yep, he's our type of signing.
People at Saints don't know the difference between cheese and putty, explains why they are rubbish at Windows, especially transfer windows.
Gabiaddini has scored again for Napoli tonight. 2 in 2 subs appearances. He's on fire before moving to the mighty saints?
Don't forget the height factor... if he's 5"5 ish or less, he's nailed on for us.....!
not ginger enough, though.
Nah he's scoring too many goals now....
What stands out for me more in that sentence is the sub part. Why does he never (very rarely) do 90?
We need to cut down on the posting guys, it would just be depressing to have 100 pages with not one signing.
God, I thought that was the norm!
Les doesn't do anything till he sees the N606 count has hit a treble.
took a while to re find it. https://www.facebook.com/mamadousakho
Because Napoli has no shortage of attacking talent, and Sarri tends to like to roll with a consistent lineup when he can. Mertens couldn't get a start last year, either, because they ran out Higuain/Insigne/Callejon/Hamsik for 34+ starts each.
Rescue him then I say....
So how good is Scott Hogan, the Brentford striker, who West Ham, are determined to unsettle. Is he worth the £15M as quoted?
Would he be a good option for Saints?
Saints have made an approach for Porto midfielder Sergio Oliveira. The 24-year-old has fallen out with boss Nuno Espirito Santo and will cost about £4m. (Sun
Apologies if posted before....
Only going by his bio on wiki, totally underwhelming
Took several thousand before we landed Gaston
According to my Bees supporting friend, not PL quality.
Mane's better than that!