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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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2013-06-01 07:42#107393 Toon : Yes! Kammy is not a scouser!

No he is not!
OOooooooo that was last minute rejection :P nicely written mate! Had me on the edge
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2013-06-01 08:30#107408 k1rups : OOooooooo that was last minute rejection :P nicely written mate! Had me on the edge

Hehe, I was never going to leave my beloved Saints!
great story mate, im glad you have stayed at Southampton i expect you to do great things and bring that Champions League football to St.Marys :)

maybe you could poach a few of liverpools top stars or keeping an eye on their youth as they can have decent ones...i had one on fm2012 with Liverpool, had a left back was only 16 was in my first team all season, he pushed out Lucas Digne and Philip Lahm
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2013-06-01 11:05#107477 Walsall_Craig : great story mate, im glad you have stayed at Southampton i expect you to do great things and bring that Champions League football to St.Marys :)

maybe you could poach a few of liverpools top stars or keeping an eye on their youth as they can have decent ones...i had one on fm2012 with Liverpool, had a left back was only 16 was in my first team all season, he pushed out Lucas Digne and Philip Lahm
That must have been one hell of a regen :) And yeah, I'll try to get some players from other teams and bring UCL football to the South Coast :D
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Le Tissier's view


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"Another month ends and another month ends with me reviewing Southampton FC's recent performances, nearly halfway through the season. We scraped a win over Burnley, and then we came to face Spurs, and oh my God, we won 5-2, what an amazing performance! The rest of the month was topsy-turvy, and quite disappointing if I'm honest, but it's better than expected at the start of the season. We lost to Man City, beat a managerless Liverpool, got Newcastle's manager sacked by drawing 2-2 and Newcastle fans do seem to quite like Mr.Pardew. The most important part of the month, for me, is what happened before the Liverpool game. They are one of the biggest clubs in the World, and Chris Kamara decided to stay here rather than going to Liverpool, and for that I thank him, because he has been the reason why we are top of the league."
Le Tiss is right! The reason Saints are top is because of Kammy and he's done right by the club in staying :P a good set of results that sees you sticking it out at the top!
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I think the 5-2 win over Spurs was a good one. Traditionally, I think Spurs become stronger as the game progresses season by season.
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k1rups:
Le Tiss is right! The reason Saints are top is because of Kammy and he's done right by the club in staying :P a good set of results that sees you sticking it out at the top!

Thanks krups, Kammy's not thew only reason though (Lambert anyone?) but he's definitely helping1 Thanks for reading :D

Gurdit:
I think the 5-2 win over Spurs was a good one. Traditionally, I think Spurs become stronger as the game progresses season by season.
I've seen them win the Premier League in the 1st season a lot, but not any other season :/ Thanks for reading, and yes, it was a GREAT win over Spurs!
Great job Louis or should I say Kammy. Loving Le god's view and it's great to see Southampton at the top of the table.
"Urrrrgh..."
Jeff rolled onto his back. He felt weird, a little happy but a little sad. A picture of his friend Chris Kamara was etched in his head. He was in a suit, pointing, shouting, screaming. It was as if he was a football manager, like he had been with Bradford and Stoke and Middlesbrough. Wait! Middlesbrough? Of course he did, you idiot Jeff, he left them for Fulham, and then Southampton. Millions of thoughts passed through Jeff's head. "What am I talking about?" he thought. His alarm clock began to ring. "Unbelievable, it's morning Jeff! Unbelievable! It's morning Jeff!" He looked around at the blue and white wallpaper, the colours of Hartlepool. His wife Lizzie was already awake, making the tea in the kitchen. Jeff adjusted the pillow, and rested his head against it. It was hard. He threw it to the other side of the bed and instead put his back against the end. A nervous shiver went down his spine. He thought for a minute. He thought about Soccer Saturday, and he remembered one of the match reports which had been on the show last week.
"Over to Villa Park where there has been a goal, reporting on the match is Chris Kamara."
Unbelievable Jeff! Southampton lead and Lambert has scored! It's a free kick from outside the box, and he smacks it in, an absolute CRACKER! Manager Chris Kamara is going mental on the touchline..."


That couldn't be right. Manager Chris Kamara, reporting on the game, Chris Kamara? 'As far as I know', Jeff thought, 'Kammy doesn't have a twin.' This was strange. And didn't Sky go bust? He called Kammy, just to find out what was going on.
"Kammy, it's Jeff, sorry if I've woken you up."
"No problem mate, what is it?"
"What have you been doing for the last 3 years? Since Sky went bust?"
"Eh? Sky never died! You don't remember, yesterday, Soccer Saturday was on again, you were presenting it, I was reporting on a match, Charlie Nicholas, Matt Le Tiss, Thommo, Merse, they were all on the panel as normal. You sure you're OK?"
"I'm not entirely sure that I am." Who is the current Southampton manager?"
"Pocchetino. He took them down, the fans want him out but he's still there."
"Wait, what league are they in?"
"Fighting relegation in the Championship."
"Surely not? How have you not been sacked?"
"Me? Why would I be sacked from Sky because Southampton are doing crap?"


And then Jeff realised. He went back to sleep. He knew what had happened. Nothing, that's what.
NOOOOOOO. That can't be the end! A great story mate and a shame it has come to an end but what an ingenious way to do it. I look forward to the Castel story more now :D
What an ending to a great story.

Good luck with the rest of your projects, Louis, and... goodbye Kammy :(
2013-06-08 09:15#109864 k1rups : NOOOOOOO. That can't be the end! A great story mate and a shame it has come to an end but what an ingenious way to do it. I look forward to the Castel story more now :D

And you should do! :P

2013-06-08 09:52#109875 Glenn T : What an ending to a great story.

Good luck with the rest of your projects, Louis, and... goodbye Kammy :(
But hello Castel di Sangro! I'm pleased you liked it Glenn :)
What have you done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(

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