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Southampton (A long road)

Southampton Football Club career
Started on 16 January 2013 by Roberto85
Latest Reply on 22 January 2013 by Roberto85
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and this is the second lot of fixtures 
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There you go guys all 1st season fixtures of my up and down year the league table was 11th
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And this is the signings  i have clinched through out my 1st season 

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Nathan has only just come into the squad to start in my second season
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Just a suggestion, but just a bit about each player, how they played and if they were worth it would be great too see.
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so far Southampton have managed to keep the manager Roberto Miali for another 3 years for just under 28k, the board want to expect a mid table finish as they see the squads potential and strength to maintain a respectable league position minimum.

With the team just come back from holiday Roberto Miali is already making a mark in his second season, with having to let go of players such as Luca Toni, Fonte and Jay Rodriguez, and Adam Lallana, his team are ready for the new season, and ready for their first friendly with shrewsbury with in the few weeks. Thank you for reading please stay tuned on the transfers, friendlies,for the pre season.
Southampton have played their first friendly with shrewsbury on Saturday 20th July 2013, with Southampton coming out with a 2-1 win Kevin Nolan scoring twice and Darren Jones scoring for Shrewsbury.

It was Shrewsbury who took the lead on the first half, Roberto Miali was not in the best of moods in the dressing room, giving them a talking to in an aggressive manner they came out on the second half by winning the game. next friendly is Macclesfield. Thank you for reading stay tuned for the up to date results.
good stuff mate
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2013-01-17 22:01#77711 FM_Devil. : Just a suggestion, but just a bit about each player, how they played and if they were worth it would be great too see.
absoloutley i will mention it within the next few posts about there playing and what i think general cheers for advice.
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Southampton friendly was with Macclesfield,and Southampton second friendly of the season.
The last win against Shrewsbury took the team to an unbeaten run in three games unfortunately for Macclesfield it was extended to four, having lost to a good form Southampton.

Roberto made a few changes with the lineup bringing in some reserve players to help them gain the all important experience, allowing players like Lamnbert,Suazo and Boruc to rest for the opening game against Queens Park Rangers.

It was Billy Sharp on form scoring 2 goals in five minutes of the first half, having played away on loan last season Roberto was quick to put pen to paper on a new deal when he came back, other than the two goals the rest of the first half was quiet.

The second half saw Macclesfield respond very well with a goal by Nathan Jarman only to be disallowed.

The third attempt came from Southampton defender squillaci just wide of the target.

The thrid goal came from the Southampton central midfielder Pedro with a free kick on the 82nd minute of the match and finishing with no other goals.

Southampton 3-0 Macclesfield.

Thank you for reading stay tuned for the next friendly against LOSC
Southampton 3-1 LOSC (Friendly)



LOSC succumbed to a 3-1 loss in this afternoon's Friendly clash at St. Mary's Stadium.

Things did not get off to a good start for LOSC as experienced striker Bobby Zamora seized on an error by Vincent Enyeama to score a good header from just inside the six-yard box. An error from LOSC's Idrissa Gueye allowed midfielder Jack Cork to score an accurate finish. LOSC captain Rio Mavuba gave the LOSC fans a glimmer of hope after 70 minutes with an incisive finish from 16 metres.

Experienced centre-back Sébastien Squillaci finally rounded off their victory on 92 minutes with a well timed finish from close range.

Player of the Match: Jack Cork (Southampton)
Attendance: 13,476

Thank you for reading stay in tune with my next friendly against the strong side Mallorca
My stats in the game making it 5 games unbeaten got a feeling it will change when i will play Mallorca.
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