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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by TheSecondStain, Jun 28, 2016.
2-1 Arsenal now.............or is it enter VAR
No goal VAR was correct
Awful from the lino there.
Not really. Keep your flag down, let VAR do its job.
We can but dream.
Surprised they took so long to announce it today, especially as it's only a caretaker replacement.
Prolonged the pain to all concerned rather.
Brighton now 2-1 up
FT .....good win for Brighton
They should have lost to us. They should have lost to Norwich. Third time unlucky.
Poch gets closer. Hopefully.
I’d like Poch at Arse. Hilarious if he went on to win stuff, and Mourinho goes all magic roundabout at Spurs!
Upon hearing suggestions of Pochettino and Simeone, my mate - an Everton fan - wants the Lord God Almighty as their next manager.
Trouble with all these managers getting the sack means they ( The teams ) will benefit and leave the likes of us struggling even more .
One of my (many) flaws is my enjoyment of other fans forums at times like this. Everton have always been good value since Moshiri and his Warchest lurched into their world. They continue to entertain.
Though some realistic comments they still seem to think their club is the most attractive in Europe and the dosh they wave will get Poch or Carlo Ancelotti there by the end of the week. Maybe they're right.
The scorn directed at Eddie Howe as a contender says it all though, most disrespecful towards a man who's demonstrated fine coaching skills and loyalty, they'd be lucky to get him.
It’s Moyes anyway.
I actually agree with them about Howe tbh, no real basis for it but just feel Bournemouth is perfect for him and he would flop anywhere else
On the other hand, Arsenal & co getting new competent managers means they will stop gifting points to the bottom half each week. That may well become useful...................already!
Chelsea free to sign players in January after their transfer ban has been reduced by court of arbitration for sport
Good. Lets get our cheeky loan bid in early!!!!!
Watford look set to appoint Nigel Pearson as their manager.
That’s one relegation spot we don’t need to worry about then...