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Why Is Pochettino's Future Such An Issue
Every time I have a look across the internet in the world of Saints I find supporters anguishing about the future of Mauricio Pochettino and snippets in the national press predicting he will go ! But why ?
Luke Shaw Rumoured Charity Tour Of Premier League Clubs.
Ironically in the week that saw the London Marathon raise millions for charitable causes, Luke Shaw is allegedly about to launch a Charity fund drive of his own.
Refwatch Preview: Dale v Southend
Referee Jeremy Simpson will make his second appearance of the season at Spotland when he takes charge of Friday’s home game against Southend United.
Scummers And Skates ! The Good Work So Far
cummers And Skates is an excellent organisation with Saints and Pompey fans raising money for good causes, here is what they have achieved so far.
City Look To Bounce Back
Manchester City have the chance to bounce back from their defeat at Anfield on Sunday and put the pressure back on Liverpool and Chelsea in the title race. Although the league is no longer in Manuel Pellegrini’s hands, his side can still get within a point of the Reds if they win their games in hand.
Manuel Pellegrini has been speaking to the Manchester Evening News ahead of tomorrows game with Sunderland. City take on Sunderland in the game that was postponed earlier in the season. A win would leave City four points behind leaders Liverpool with one game still in hand. The official site has put out a call to arms to all City fans to turn the Etihad blue.
Season Ticket Prices Increase
Saints season ticket holders were slightly disappointed to hear today that the price of watching the team next season will once again increase.
City Star's Fire Warning To Rivals.
City stars have spoken out in the aftermath of the defeat at Anfield to Liverpool. The defeat means that City no longer have their destiny in their own hands. Edin Dzeko and Martin Demichelis hve both insisted that the title race is not over yet. The 3-2 reverse at Anfield on Sunday left City seven points behind Liverpool and five off Chelsea but, because of their games in hand, they are in a better position than they were two years ago when they pipped rivals United to the title.