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Why A Win Against Swansea Is Vital
Southampton
Of course every win is vital, but beating the Swans on Sunday is even more so given our current predicament.

City Stunned
Manchester City
Middlesbrough manager Karanka got his tactics absolutely perfect to stun Manuel Pellegrini, who rightly admitted afterwards that City’s Championship opponents “deserved” to win. Pellegrini would not though blame City's mid-week trip to Abu Dhabi for the defeat. “Of course, I understand how it looks,” Pellegrini told the Independent. “Everyone can have their own opinion. I don’t think it was the reason we lost but I will accept all opinions. “It was not a game against Chelsea and…

Deadline Day Looming But What Lies In Store For Saints ?
Southampton
Saints fans face an interesting few days leading up to the transfer window slamming firmly shut, but what lies in store for Southampton Football Club.

Saints Set To Hijack Move For Kongolo
Southampton
Saints are allegedly about to scupper Manchester United And City's attempts to sign Terence Kongolo from Feyenoord, although Chelsea are still hovering.

Saints Need Top Clubs To Win The Two Domestic Cups
Southampton
After being turfed out of the FA Cup yesterday, Saints fans now need to put their prejudices aside and back the top clubs to win the cups.

The importance of being Les – column
Queens Park Rangers
Les Ferdinand, QPR’s legendary former centre forward and now technical director, has outlined his vision for changing the reputation of the club.

What I.Saw: Outplayed At Times But Scores On The Doors!
Derby County
Pride Park, the iPro, FA cup, "We got through".

Remember When We Lost To Shrewsbury?
Swansea City
The disappointment of yesterday's FA Cup performance is still strong but this morning I was reminded of the words of Brendan Rodgers just three months after we got promoted to the Premier League and they probably ring true after the last two performances.

Watford 7 Blackpool 2
Blackpool
Embarrassing, humiliating, inevitable and a sad reflection of where we are as a football club. Sometimes Blackpool have been getting away with results that have probably flattered us somewhat. Last week's shots on target by Wolves should have served as a warning about what might happen if a team had some players who could hit the back of the net and on Saturday we found that team in Watford. An awful afternoon for Lee Clark who could only find solace in the fact that three of the next four games…
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