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Chris Kamara - Saviour of The Saints

Kammy couldn't do it at Fulham, but can he do it at Southampton?
Started on 9 March 2013 by Louis O.
Latest Reply on 27 December 2014 by SimichC
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With your games in hand I think you can really hold on to that spot ;) Kammy is working his magic haha
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2013-05-23 06:24#104049 k1rups : With your games in hand I think you can really hold on to that spot ;) Kammy is working his magic haha

He's not exactly the best magician in the world, but his cheap tricks are working so far ;)
Third, games in hand, Kammy at the helm.... smells like Europe to me. Great work and good luck :)
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2013-05-23 13:38#104158 ziechael : Third, games in hand, Kammy at the helm.... smells like Europe to me. Great work and good luck :)

Since when was Kammy at the helm a good thing? :P
2013-05-23 14:27#104179 Louis O. : Since when was Kammy at the helm a good thing? :P
How could it not be, the man is a legend lol
2013-05-23 14:54#104194 ziechael :
2013-05-23 14:27#104179 Louis O. : Since when was Kammy at the helm a good thing? :P
How could it not be, the man is a legend lol

Being a legend doesn't stop him from being a clown :P
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Kammy's got Europe in his back pocket ;)
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September: Great form








You made a mistake with the size coding and the first spoiler - "vs Southampton", pretty sure it's versus Everton! Other than that, excellent update, excellent results.

Title challenge? ;)
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Doing great man! keep it up! :)
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Quality update mate :)
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Glenn T:
You made a mistake with the size coding and the first spoiler - "vs Southampton", pretty sure it's versus Everton! Other than that, excellent update, excellent results.
Title challenge? ;)
I can't find the error, but I have fixed the vs. Everton thing now :)


OnTheBallCityNCFC:
Doing great man! keep it up! :)
Thanks, I hope we can keep it up too :)

BeanyUnited:
Quality Update mate :)
Thanks Beany

Stars out injured




Southampton stars Maya Yoshida and Jay Rodriguez will both face time on the sidelines after both sustaining injuries in the clubs last fixture. Southampton faced Norwich at St.Mary's and despite winning 2-0, with goals coming from Mark Wells and Kazim Kazim which were their first goals for the club, Saint's game was marred by the injuries of two of their star performers.

Jay Rodriguez was forced off after only 2 minutes, as he twisted his knee whilst attempting to escape a challenge. Manager Chris Kamara was understandably annoyed as the club physio told him his star striker Rodriguez would miss 2 weeks of action.

Yoshida was taken off in the second half as he was pulled down by Matthew Briggs, and he landed on his ankle, and sprained it which will reportedly keep him out for 7 weeks to come. This is a major problem for the club as Yoshida had been on top form, but now faces time out.

These injuries, combined with Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana's recent periods out with injury, have not neccesarily had a bad effect on the side yet, as Southampton sit on top of the table after 7 games.
Tough breaks, but injuries are a part of any sport, and you have to figure out how to overcome them. I think you can do that!
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