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|Kenzie Benalis official club vlog|
at 17:53 7 Feb 2020
You see the scouse idiots in the away end at every ground in the country. Yet another reason, if we needed one, to hate that club even more. My loathing for LiVARpool exceeds even the dislike I have for the skates.
I have to say, though, after Wednesday night, Spurs come a close second. That is one despicable club with dirty, cheating players like the diving Son. And, for all the plaudits it's received, I wasn't impressed with their new stadium. It was devoid of atmosphere and the only ones singing were the Saints fans. I just hope Norwich beat then in the next round as they dont deserve to still be in the competition.
at 23:22 6 Feb 2020
He sure is. He's a dirty cheating cvnt. I can't stand the player, just as a I feel about all of Spurs' team.
|Was there VAR|
at 23:21 6 Feb 2020
VAR did review but, inexplicably, upheld the ref's decision to award a penalty.
But, as we all know, and even some Spurs fans have admitted, it was a blatant dive, there was no or minimal contact and it was never a penalty. Son is a dirty cheat and that silly childlike smile (which actually makes me puke) conceals a nasty person. Let's hope he gets the coronavirus, eh!
|Had enough yet..?|
at 23:12 6 Feb 2020
I agree too. There is no way on earth that was a penalty.
Son is a cheating cvnt and blatantly dived. Gunn barely touched him and was justified in protesting to the referee after the penalty was awarded. What is the point of VAR if it's not going to overturn ridiculous decisions like that? We were the better team by far last night and should now be in the fifth round instead of Spurs. They are a revolting team and cheated their way to an undeserved victory.
at 23:05 6 Feb 2020
I know it's highly unlikely but how good would it be to see Norwich beat Spurs in the next round! There is nothing whatsoever to admire about Spurs. They are a desipicable club who don't deserve to be in the fifth round after we outplayed them last night and they cheated their way into a penalty.
at 23:02 6 Feb 2020
I agree. The stadium is in a wretched part of London, there is no atmosphere there because of their ghastly plastic/tourist fans and it's a massive walk from Seven Sisters. And they have that stupid chicken on a football club sign everywhere in a massive size. It must be the worst club symbol in the league. To top off my feelings about Spurs, their manager is a graceless, sour-faced idiot, their players are vastly overrated and, in Son, they have a dirty cheat who clearly dived to con the referee for their third goal - no way was that a penalty and it's a disgrace that that prick Kevin Friend on VAR didn't overturn the decision. But that's big club home bias for you. VAR - or rather the way it is implemented - is ruining football, as we found out at Anfield last Saturday.
Spurs did not deserve to win that game. We did. We played the better football throughout but, as so often happens, didn't take our chances. Had we got a third goal I think we'd have won but we ended up paying the price for some poor finishing and now, sadly, we're out of the cup.
I'm certainly in no hurry to go back to that ground as I loathe everything about Spurs.
at 22:35 10 Jan 2020
I didn't get to the game in '94 but was at Filbert Street for our 2-3 win in October 1986. It was a cracking game. If memory serves me correctly, we were 2-1 down and came back to win the match. The goals were scored by Colin Clarke, Danny Wallace and George Lawrence.
I remember playing pool in a Leicester pub with some of the home fans and, as others have said, they were not the most friendly types. Despite that, though, great memories of a tremendous away win!
|Do you support israel ?|
at 21:44 5 Jan 2020
Good of you to be so proud of your anti-Semitism. Well done. That's just what the Jewish community need at this time.
|What a great win|
at 20:27 1 Jan 2020
Yes, a truly massive win. I was also very nervous during the second half. Given our record of throwing away the lead, I feared the worst. But, for once, we held firm, defended really well and have now beaten another so-called top-six side.
at 22:41 28 Dec 2019
I agree. I'd just love it (as Keegan would say) to see cocky Bournemouth get relegated.
As for the other places, it looks like Watford might turn things around but Norwich are likely to go down. Villa may well join them as they're having a Fulham kind of season.
I'm not counting any chickens just yet as far as Saints go. But, given the upturn in our performances (particularly away from home), we don't look like a relegated team.
at 18:28 21 Dec 2019
Yes, it was a great performance from Saints. It was slightly nervy after they pulled one back but they didn't seriously threaten after that and, for once, we didn't throw away a lead! We actually should have scored more goals and made it a lot more comfortable.
However, the key thing is three hugely precious points and we're out of the dreaded relegation zone for Christmas. A long way to go, of course, but we now have some hope of avoiding the drop. I'll be at the Chelsea game and, given the way we play better away from home and the fact that Chelsea have lost a couple of recent home games, you never know what we might pick up there. COYS!!
|Its going to take some drastic action to get over Friday night.|
at 09:50 28 Oct 2019
Yes, we have to keep hoping.
It's not as if we are cast adrift by 7 or 8 points at the bottom of the table. A few wins would turn things around. We are unlikely to get them against Man City but we do have some easier fixtures coming up after those games.
It was good that Watford and Neecastle failed to win over the weekend and that Norwich lost. These results keep us in the mix and it is still possible we could escape the trauma of relegation.
|Its going to take some drastic action to get over Friday night.|
at 20:37 27 Oct 2019
Very well said I feel exactly the same - angry, humiliated, embarrassed, depressed and shocked. The club is in utter turmoil and I can't see any light at the end of the tunnel right now.
I've supported Saints since the 1973-74 season and there have been some grim moments in that time, including three relegations. But Friday night was the worst performance I can ever remember and I still feel traumatised by it. We have to sort things out quickly, starting with two half-decent performances at Man City (even if we do, as expected, lose both games), followed by the recovery of our home form, which at the moment is appalling.
If things don't improve, we will be certain for relegation and that would be a tragedy as I'm not at all convinced that we'd come back up again.
at 20:22 27 Oct 2019
Agreed. England were superb. They were far more convincing in defeating the Kiwis than South Africa were in their win against Wales and will surely be favourites for the title.
at 17:51 19 Oct 2019
Me too. The key thing is that it stops the rot. Four defeats in a row would have been very depressing. We're only out of the bottom three on goal difference, so there's no grounds for huge celebrations but at least the performance was better than in our last two home games, when we were appalling. It's odd how we seem to play better away from home than at St. Mary's.
Tough games come up, though, and I can see us struggling to pick up many points from them.
|Portsmouth ? Your View !|
at 22:48 3 Oct 2019
Go away you prick. No one here is remotely interested in what you have to say. And we all loathe your crap club. Don't bang on about promotion and cup wins. They're totally irrelevant given you're floundering near the bottom of League One.
|Top four by Friday?|
at 17:35 14 Sep 2019
It certainly was! And one, I have to say, I didn't see coming.
We had to dig in at the end and those seven minutes of extra time were predictably nervy. But, unlike so often last season, we showed resilience and held on.
Now, wouldn't it be brilliant to beat Bournemouth!
at 17:05 14 Sep 2019
Yep, a superb goal and a fantastic three points against a strong side. And how good that, having taken the lead, we didn't concede and undo our good work, as happened so often last season. We're now in the top half of the table!
If we can beat Bournemouth on Friday that really would be fantastic. I can't remember the last time we won three PL games in a row!
at 16:59 24 Aug 2019
Our season has started! Wonderful to get that vital away win after a dismal first couple of results. And with Manure losing at home I wouldn't be surprised to see us take something next week against them.
A brilliant goal from Djenepo and just fabulous to kill it at the end with the Boufal - Redmond move.
Things are looking up... at last. COYS!
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