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Southampton: Saints to the heavens?

Started on 13 February 2014 by RomanoGraham
Latest Reply on 19 November 2014 by RomanoGraham
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January transfer window now SHUT
Natxo Monreal - Arsenal - Loan
Raheem Sterling - Liverpool - Loan
Keanu Marsh-Brown - Barnet 60k
Yossi Benayoun - Free Transfer
Jason Puncheon - Crystal Palace - £1.5m
Billy Sharp - Swansea - £2.5m
Maya Yoshida - Feyenoord - £2.3m
Joe Curtis - Welling - Loan
Lloyd Isgrove - Leicester - Loan
Victor Wanyama - Leverkusen - £13.25m
Keanu Marsh-Brown - Bristol Rovers - Loan
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"to push for a top half finish, my Southampton side will have to go on a good run of form and we have more than enough quality to do so" Romano Graham - Southampton Manager

February Results
Southampton 1 - 2 Swansea J. Rhodes
Ipswich 4 - 2 Southampton J. Rodriquez, R. Seager FA Cup 4th Rnd replay
Hull 1 - 2 Southampton J. Rhodes, N. Clyne
Aston Villa 0 - 2 Southampton G. Ramirez, N. Clyne
Tottenham 4 - 2 Southampton L. Shaw, OG
Liverpool 1 - 3 Southampton J. Rhodes x3

Manchester city lift capital one cup
On a wet afternoon at Wembley Manchester City's Vincent Kompany had the honours of lifting the Capital One Cup for his side.
When Southampton's Cork gave away a penalty in the 4th minute, City's Negredo calmly slotted it away.
Negredo grabbed his 2nd with a perfectly placed shot after 8 minutes.
Citys Nastasic allowed Southamptons attacking mildfielder, Ramirez to run through on goal and and score a placed shot from close range.
City's rising star, Raphael Varane, was left embarrassed as he scores a bizarre own goal after 13 minutes.
Samir Nasri drilled home a powerfull shot in the 32nd minute.
On form Negredo earns the match ball with a fantastic header in the 52nd minute
Sergio "Kun" Aguero completed the rout with a neat finish in the 60th minute.

Underachievers:Manchester United
Unlucky in the Cup mate!
2014-02-19 14:40#162160 44bloody2 : Unlucky in the Cup mate!
was really gutted because I wanted to get into Europe next season. Who wouldn't?
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March Results
Southampton 2 - 5 Man City G. Ramirez, OG Capital One Cup final
Southampton 2 - 2 Sunderland S. Pepe, J. Rhodes
Southampton 5 - 1 Man United J.Rhodes x3, D. Lovren, OG
Chelsea 2 - 2 Southampton G. Ramirez, N. Clyne
Stoke City 1 - 2 Southampton J. Rhodes, G. Ramirez

April Results
Crystal Palace 0 - 2 Southampton J. Ward-Prowse, G. Ramirez
Southampton 2 - 2 Norwich J. Rhodes, G. Ramirez
Southampton 4 - 2 West Brom J. Rhodes, R. Lambert x2, R. Sterling
Arsenal 2 - 2 Southampton J. Rhodes, S. Pepe

May Results
Southampton 4 - 1 Newcastle J. Rhodes x2,M. Depay x2
Everton 1 - 4 Southampton J. Ward-Prowse x2, J. Rhodes x2

English Premier Division draws to a close.
Southampton manager Romano Graham can go to sleep a happy man as his side turned their season around to finish 9th in the league and getting to the Capital One cup final.
Graham has a lot of thanks to give to new man Jordan Rhodes. His 29 league goals in his first premier division season helped Southampton get important results. his hattrick against former champions, Manchester United, wont be a memory forgotten anytime soon.
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Rhodes is Europe's top marksman
Jordan Rhodes is officially Europe's most lethal finisher after collecting the European Golden Shoe award today having amassed an impressive score of 58.00 from 29 goals.
Rhodes achieved an impressive lead over second-placed Diego Costa, who achieved 50.00 points, while Cristiano Ronaldo came in third place with 44.00 points.
The Southampton hot-shot benefited from playing for a club in a top-rated nation based on the EURO co-efficients, meaning each of his goals was worth the maximum points available.

Pre Season || 2014/15
1860 München 0 - 1 Southampton J. Rhodes
Lok Leipzig 0 - 12 Southampton D. Lovren, A. Ogbonna, H. Ongenda x4, A. Lallana, S. Pepe, J. Rhodes, S. Murray x2, OG
Cliftonville 0 - 7 Southampton S. Denswil, S. Pepe, R. Lambert, A. Young, K. Gibbs, S. Murray, OG
Southampton 1 - 1 Sporting S. Denswil
Panionios 0 - 2 Southampton L. Shaw x2
Hoffenheim 1 - 7 Southampton D. Lovren x3, S. Murray, R. Lambert, OG x2

August Results
Fulham 0 - 1 Southampton A. Young
Southampton 2 - 1 Sunderland J. Rhodes, G. Ramirez
York 1 - 3 Southampton A. Henriquez x2, D. Lovren Capital One Cup 2nd rnd
Norwich 0 - 1 Southampton J. Rhodes
I can't believe how successful Rhodes has been for you! Fantastic second half to the season mate! Well done!

Summer transfer window SHUT
Southampton transfer review
Fraser Forster - Celtic - £3.4m
Angelo Ogbonna - Juventus - £12m
Jake Livermore - Tottenham - Loan
Kieran Gibbs - Arsenal - Loan
Ashley Young - Manchester United - Loan
Joel Valencia - Zaragoza - Free
Hervin Ongenda - PSG - Free
Victor Valdes - Barcelona - Free
Angelo Henriquez - Manchester United - Free

Danny Fox - Derby - £525k
Steven Davies - Hull - Loan
Jay Rodriguez - Watford - £3.6m
Jose Fonte - Watford - Loan
Ryan Seager - Notts Forrest - £350k
Tadanari Lee - Free
Jonathan Forte - Free
Guly do Prado - Free
Cody Cropper - Free
Joe Curtis - Free
Jake Sinclair - Free
Omar Rowe - Bristol City - Loan
Lloyd Isgrove - Derby - Loan
Jake Stephens - Derby - Loan
Yossi Benayoun - Cardiff - Loan
Joel Valencia - Crawley - Loan
Dominic Gape - Accrington - Loan
Keanu Marsh-Brown - Oxford - Loan

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