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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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Southampton Come From Behind To Beat Peterborough


Southampton narrowly managed to beat Peterborough after coming from behind to win 2-1 at London Road.David Ball scored in the 36th minute to put The Posh ahead going in to half-time but top scorer Rickie Lambert scored an unstoppable shot after he was put through by Adam Lallana. New signing and former Manchester United youngster Davide Petrucci scored his first professional goal and the winner in the 66th minute.

David Ball (Peterborough)
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Davide Petrucci (Southampton)
Kelvin Davis (Southampton)

Final Score: Peterborough 1-2 Southampton
This is looking godd. Some good results. Can you post a pic of your tactic please just too have a wee look
#49902 FM12HFC : This is looking godd. Some good results. Can you post a pic of your tactic please just too have a wee look
Here you go. Hope your not going to copy! :D

Swansea Lucky To Draw


Southampton were unlucky not to beat Swansea in today's F.A Cup encounter after the game finished 1-1. Rickie Lambert put the away side ahead from the penalty spot after Ashley Williams committed a foul but former Watford striker Danny Graham equalised for the struggling Premier League side. Unfortunately star player Scott Sinclair had to be substituted for Swansea due to injury and both Frazer Richardson and Birger Maertens faced the same fate for Southampton.

Rickie Lambert (Pen) (Southampton)
Danny Graham (Swansea)
Scott Sinclair (Swansea)
Frazer Richardson (Southampton)
Birger Maertens (Southampton)
Craig Dawson (Southampton)

Final Score: Swansea 1-1 Southampton
Could you post the player stats please? Oh and a screenshot of the League Table? :)
#49911 patrick1 : Could you post the player stats please? Oh and a screenshot of the League Table? :)
Any player in particular?
Just like the first team stats :P not any player in particular should have been clear on that :P
#49913 patrick1 : Just like the first team stats :P not any player in particular should have been clear on that :P


OK sorry here you go:P

Southampton Thrash Barnsley To Go Level With Reading


Southampton thrashed Barnsley to go level on points with Reading at the top of the league. Jose Fonte scored a header following an Adam Lallana corner just before half-time and Rickie Lambert doubled the lead on 61 minutes with a fearsome shot that beat the Barnsley goalkeeper. Barnsley defender Stephen Foster was then sent off for a foul on Adam Lallana who had to be substituted due to injury. Rickie Lambert then scored the resulting free kick to finish Barnsley off and make the score 3-0.

Jose Fonte (Southampton)
Rickie Lambert (2) (Southampton)
Stephen Foster (Barnsley)
Adam Lallana (Southampton)
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)

Final Score: Southampton 3-0 Barnsley

Southampton Go Top After Beating Burnley


Southampton narrowly beat Burnley at St Mary's to put Southampton top of the league for the first time this season. Rickie Lambert put Southampton ahead with a good effort to beat Burnley goalkeeper Lee Grant and young Jordan Rhodes put the Saints ahead with a inch perfect finish thanks to a great ball by Iago Falque. Rhodes then doubled his tally for the game with a similar goal to his first but this time thanks to a delightful pass from Davide Petrucci. Burnley striker Martin Paterson pulled one back for Burnley and CB Andre Amougou scored a beautiful goal after a fine run. This did nothing for Burnley now who are currently 11th while Southampton are top, three points clear of Reading.

Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Jordan Rhodes (2) (Southampton)
Martin Paterson (Burnley)
Andre Amougou (Burnley)
Jordan Rhodes (Southampton)

Final Score: Southampton 3-2 Burnley

Chaplow Released


Southampton midfielder Richard Chaplow has been released by mutual consent between Adam Walker and Chaplow. Chaplow had found first team places limited having not made a single appearance this season for Southampton. He has immediately been picked up by bottom club Doncaster Rovers.

Southampton Finally Beaten


Leeds beat Southampton 3-1 but the scoreline was overshadowed by a stunning performance by Southampton youngster Lilian Bochet. Michael Brown scored the first goal of the game for Leeds but Bochet scored a beautiful effort which came out of nowhere considering Southampton's performance. Davide Somma then put Leeds in front for the second time today with a decent effort and Argentinian Luciano Becchio sealed a win for the Whites.

Michael Brown (Leeds)
Lilian Bochet (Southampton)
Davide Somma (Leeds)
Luciano Becchio (Leeds)
Lilian Bochet (Southampton)

Lilian Bochet Goal

Final Score: Leeds United 3-1 Southampton
good story m8 and good luck with thr rest of it :)
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Southampton Leave It Late To Beat Ipswich


Southampton and Ipswich looked to be destined for a draw until Rickie Lambert scored for the Saints in the last minute. Lee Bowyer put Ipswich into the lead but Iago Falque equalised ten minutes later from Frazer Richardson's cross. But Rickie Lambert won it for Southampton in the 88th minute to get his 25th goal in 25 games.

Lee Bowyer (Ipswich)
Iago Falque (Southampton)
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Iago Falque (Southampton)

Final Score: Ipswich 1-2 Southampton
Looks like an interesting battle for the title between yourselves & Reading..Leeds result was poor however going to Elland Road is never easy however this is been a fine story to follow. Keep up the good results :)
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