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On This Day In History - 4th April
Another walk back in history for those young and old to remember games from the past, how many of this bunch of fixtures did you go to ?
On This Date In History - Saints Fans Rally Round The Club In Administration
After the club was placed in administration on April 2nd 2009 there was the little business of playing football and the first game after was at St Mary's against Charlton Athletic.
First Step For Football To Be Played Behind Closed Doors Put In Place
Playing football behind closed doors has been something that has been mentioned over the past month, but many believed that it would never happen, but the first measure has been put into place for this to happen.
Premier League Confirm Football Will Not Return Soon
After a meeting on Friday the Premier League have confirmed that the season will not recommence at the start of May and tellingly this time they are not predicting when and how it will return.
Saints Issue Update For Supporters
Southampton Football Club have updated season ticket holders and indeed all fans after football was again delayed further.
Naylor keeps up the Pompey banter - but is missing normal Blues life
Tom Naylor has spoken of his relief that his coronavirus test was negative - and of his keenness to get back on the pitch as soon as the pandemic restrictions are lifted.
OnThis Day In History -3rd April
After a look at perhaps the most famous game we played on this day, we now take a look at some of the other fixtures on April 3rd, some more memorable than others.
On This Day In History - FA Cup Semi Final 1976 Part 2
The exodus to Stamford Bridge was under way, in part 2 we look at the game itself and the euphoria at the final whistle.
On This Day In History - FA Cup Semi Final 1976 Part 1
On Monday 8th March 1976 at lunchtime everyone in Southampton was sat around a transistor radio waiting to find out were they would be on April 3rd, for those lucky to get a ticket it would be Stamford Bridge.