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Southampton-The Return Of The Saints

Started on 15 April 2012 by edam22
Latest Reply on 6 October 2012 by edam22
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#51689 OliverAUFC : have you got any screen shots of Jordan Rhodes want to know if his worth buying?
Here you go :)

Southampton Transfer Round-up


In:
Morten Gamst-Pederson - Blackburn - £3.3M
Pavel Horvath - Viktoria Plezen - £525K
Joan Angel Roman - Free
Keith Andrews - West Brom - £700K
Yaya Sanogo - Inter Milan - Loan
Weligton - Malaga - £250K
Hobie Verhulst - AZ Alkmaar - Loan
Gabor Babos - NEC Nijmegen - Free
Curtis Nelson - Plymouth - £110K
Brian Van Loo - FC Groningen - Free
Keanu Marsh-Brown - Free
Hogan Eprahim - QPR - Loan (Fee £400K)
Jason Lowe - Blackburn - £3.3M
Stuart Taylor - Free
Odisseas Vlachodimos - Free

Out:
Steve De Ridder - Reading - £600K
Shwan Jalal - Blackpool - £50K
David Connolly - Released
Rudi Skacel - Released
Lee Holmes - Released
Ryan Doble - Released
Ciaran Harper - Released
Jack Dovey - Released
Aarran Racine - Released
Harlee Dean - Released
Bartosz Bialkowski - Burnley - Free
Jason Puncheon - Bolton £1M
Luke Shaw - Torquay - Loan
Ben Reeves - Bristol Rovers - Loan
Jason Banton - Oxford - Loan
Michail Antonio - Bournemouth - Loan
Callum Chambers - Northampton - Loan
Sven Nieuwpoort - Padova - Loan
Kelvin Davis - Fulham - £950K
Corby Moore - Aldershot - Loan
Well done in the Olympics and getting promoted, good transfers, not that expensive! :D

Reading Beat Southampton


Reading and Southampton were both promoted to the Premier League last season but the Royals won today's game 1-0. Sam Baldock scored the only goal of the game but Baldock also missed a penalty for the home side. Unfortunately both Craig Dawson and James Ward-Prowse had to come off injured. Dawson will be out for at least two months while Ward-Prowse will be out for two weeks at least. Southampton hover just above the relegaation zone.

Sam Baldock (Reading)
Sam Baldock (Reading)

Man Of The Match

Jason Pearce



Final Score: Reading 1-0 Southampton

Next Game: West Ham (H)
Still yet to win a game =/ but still early in the campaign so i think you should be able to turn things around.
#51740 patrick1 : Still yet to win a game =/ but still early in the campaign so i think you should be able to turn things around.
I blooming hope so. I lac firepower! :(

Southampton Draw With West Ham


Southampton and West Ham couldn't be separated in a thrilling 2-2 draw. Victor Moses scored after 9 minutes to put the away side ahead but French midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin equalised for Southampton. Jack Collison put the Hammers ahead two minutes later though but Yaya Sanogo scored the last goal of the game for either side with Southampton's second equaliser of the game. Unfortunately, Southampton's star striker Rickie Lambert had to come off injured to add to the Saints injury crisis. Their injury list now is Craig Dawson, Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Pavel Horvath, Jordan Rhodes, Jason Banton, James Ward-Prowse and Lilian Bochet.

Victor Moses (West Ham)
Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton)
Jack Collison (West Ham)
Yaya Sanogo (Southampton

Man Of The Match

Morgan Schneiderlin


Final Score: Southampton 2-2 West Ham United

Next Game: Crawley (League Cup) (A)
Some decent transfers you have made, what's your best attacking force?

Good luck for the rest of the season, i have a season with Southampton and im currently top 3rd in my first season
#51799 Walsall_Craig : Some decent transfers you have made, what's your best attacking force?

Good luck for the rest of the season, i have a season with Southampton and im currently top 3rd in my first season
Normally Lambert and Rhodes up front with Lallana on the left and Pederson on the right, occasionally Eprahim on the left and Lallana AM.
great story!, maybe look to getting a more experienced striker that can be used as a super sub:)
#51840 JoshW96 : great story!, maybe look to getting a more experienced striker that can be used as a super sub:)
Yeah I have been trying to get Olic because he got released but I can't afford his wages :/
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Southampton Hammer Crawley In High Scoring Game


Southampton thrashed Crawley 6-3 and Billy Sharp got a hat-trick at the Broadfield Stadium in the Carling Cup. Sharp got his first after ten minutes hitting home following a save from the Crawley goalkeeper. The striker then doubled his tally from the penalty spot after Morten Gamst-Pederson was brought down. Sharp then completed his hat-trick after just half an hour with a powerful effort past Neal Kitson in the Crawley goal. Hogan Eprahim then scored a header following a Ched Evans cross to make the score 4-0 to Southampton going into half-time. Claude Davis scored a header for Crawley after a corner and then the Red Devils got a second thanks to Paul Hayes. Ched Evans then scored a beautiful goal with an effort that first looked to be a cross but ended up crossing the line and Yaya Sanogo got Southampton's sixth thanks to a mistake from Kitson, the Crawley goal, who cleared it straight to Pederson who found Sanogo in space who slotted the ball past the keeper. Billy Clarke got Crawley's third but it was too little too late from the home team and the scores ended 6-3 to the visitors.

Billy Sharp (3) (Pen) (Southampton)
Hogan Eprahim (Southampton)
Claude Davis (Crawley)
Paul Hayes (Crawley)
Ched Evans (Southampton)
Yaya Sanogo (Southampton)
Billy Clarke (Crawley)

Man Of The Match


Billy Sharp


Final Score: Crawley 3-6 Southampton

Next Game: Liverpool (A)

Liverpool Win At Anfield


Liverpool recorded their third win of the season and inflicted Southampton fourth defeat as the scores at Anfield finished 3-1. Humberto Suazo scored an early penalty after Danny Fox fouled Luis Suarez in the box. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard doubled the Kop sides lead with a free kick on the edge of the area. Billy Sharp gave the Saints hope in the second half after Rickie Lambert's shot was saved but Suazo scored his second of the game to make the final score 3-1 to Liverpool.

Humberto Suazo (2) (Liverpool)
Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
Billy Sharp (Southampton)

Man Of The Match


Humberto Suazo



Final Score: Liverpool 3-1 Southampton

Next Game: Wolves (H)
#51856 edam22 :

Southampton Hammer Crawley In High Scoring Game


Southampton thrashed Crawley 6-3 and Billy Sharp got a hat-trick at the Broadfield Stadium in the Carling Cup. Sharp got his first after ten minutes hitting home following a save from the Crawley goalkeeper. The striker then doubled his tally from the penalty spot after Morten Gamst-Pederson was brought down. Sharp then completed his hat-trick after just half an hour with a powerful effort past Neal Kitson in the Crawley goal. Hogan Eprahim then scored a header following a Ched Evans cross to make the score 4-0 to Southampton going into half-time. Claude Davis scored a header for Crawley after a corner and then the Red Devils got a second thanks to Paul Hayes. Ched Evans then scored a beautiful goal with an effort that first looked to be a cross but ended up crossing the line and Yaya Sanogo got Southampton's sixth thanks to a mistake from Kitson, the Crawley goal, who cleared it straight to Pederson who found Sanogo in space who slotted the ball past the keeper. Billy Clarke got Crawley's third but it was too little too late from the home team and the scores ended 6-3 to the visitors.

Billy Sharp (3) (Pen) (Southampton)
Hogan Eprahim (Southampton)
Claude Davis (Crawley)
Paul Hayes (Crawley)
Ched Evans (Southampton)
Yaya Sanogo (Southampton)
Billy Clarke (Southampton)

Man Of The Match


Billy Sharp


Final Score: Crawley 3-6 Southampton

Next Game: Liverpool (A)

I thought it finished 7-2 lol cos billy sharp hat-trick makes it 3 then eprahim, ched evans, yaya sanogo and another billy sharp goal makes it 7 lol then only claude davis and paul hayes for crawley :P
#52154 patrick1 : #51856 edam22 :

Southampton Hammer Crawley In High Scoring Game


Southampton thrashed Crawley 6-3 and Billy Sharp got a hat-trick at the Broadfield Stadium in the Carling Cup. Sharp got his first after ten minutes hitting home following a save from the Crawley goalkeeper. The striker then doubled his tally from the penalty spot after Morten Gamst-Pederson was brought down. Sharp then completed his hat-trick after just half an hour with a powerful effort past Neal Kitson in the Crawley goal. Hogan Eprahim then scored a header following a Ched Evans cross to make the score 4-0 to Southampton going into half-time. Claude Davis scored a header for Crawley after a corner and then the Red Devils got a second thanks to Paul Hayes. Ched Evans then scored a beautiful goal with an effort that first looked to be a cross but ended up crossing the line and Yaya Sanogo got Southampton's sixth thanks to a mistake from Kitson, the Crawley goal, who cleared it straight to Pederson who found Sanogo in space who slotted the ball past the keeper. Billy Clarke got Crawley's third but it was too little too late from the home team and the scores ended 6-3 to the visitors.

Billy Sharp (3) (Pen) (Southampton)
Hogan Eprahim (Southampton)
Claude Davis (Crawley)
Paul Hayes (Crawley)
Ched Evans (Southampton)
Yaya Sanogo (Southampton)
Billy Clarke (Southampton)

Man Of The Match


Billy Sharp


Final Score: Crawley 3-6 Southampton

Next Game: Liverpool (A)


I thought it finished 7-2 lol cos billy sharp hat-trick makes it 3 then eprahim, ched evans, yaya sanogo and another billy sharp goal makes it 7 lol then only claude davis and paul hayes for crawley :P
Ha well spotted. Fixed it now :)

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