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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by TheSecondStain, Jun 28, 2016.
Still, we got a good point there
Regard that as dropped points.
Yeah I do. Should of gone for them. However happier to beat Liverpool if had to choose!
This boys not for choosing I want it all!
Losing 2-0 to Palace was worse...
Oh 100% with you there, personally.
He was never that good IMO, a bit of a show pony that wasn't that great at the fundamentals of a CM.
There's a good reason why Harry Reed gets picked ahead of him.
That was our pre season, doesn't count.
And it was only 1-0.
Think I’m going to bet everything on Newcastle to go down now:
“We were absolutely frigging hopeless the other night; we were absolutely ****e. Unfortunately that’s happened a little too often in my 18 months here; it was nowhere near good enough for the challenge ahead. Maybe it’s a mentality thing.”
That’s a direct quote from Steve Bruce. Oof. That’s one way to do it I guess!
Klopps still moaning
We go there quite soon don't we? Got an abysmal record there so watch us save his job.
Problem now is if anyone so much as looks at Mane in the box this weekend the ref will have to give a pen or Liverpool will be the victims of a vendetta or some bullshit. Sad but true.
Ref bias!? Apparently never happens
Na its just red vs blue apparently.
How is that gonna make any ****ing difference when both sets of players come into constant contact for 90 mins anyway
I really enjoy Ben Foster’s channel actually. The Cycling GK. He goes on rides and then takes his GoPro on all the pre match prep before sticking it in his net to film the games.
Total bollocks that. Why has this become a thing in the media suddenly? Either don’t play football at all, or leave them to it. It’s a contact sport ffs, are they going to say that players can’t get within 2 metres of each other next or have to wear face masks.
not this time
Last fall my son had to play all his games with a mask. They were allowed to take it down for a bit to catch their breath if they were two meters away from a player. He was always happy when the ball was on the other side of the field so he could move away from the other players. They certainly didn’t hold the ball long.