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Come play (golf) with the ex-Saints

Ladies, Gents and fellow Golfers A very special London Masters has been planned as part of this year’s London Saints’ Supporters Cub 40th Anniversary celebrations: Ex-Saints players attending, certainly one ex-Saints golfer will play with each group; New venue with a great course and excellent restaurant,  On the edge of the New Forest and looking […]

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Chelsea Home Lost 2 – 3

Mark Hughes’ solution to the problem posed by Stephens’ suspension caught most people by surprise, drafting in Bednarek for an unexpected Premier League debut. That gave a clue to our strategy for dealing with star-studded opponents in Chelsea: no early mistakes, see what they can do, then show some tricks of your own. On 23 […]

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Arsenal Away Lost 3 – 2

The state of the current squad means that team selection announcements are awaited with varying degrees of anticipation and trepidation – for instance, who would get the blame for the West Ham calamity? The answer would seem to be the forwards as only Long lined up at Arsenal leaving Austin and Gabbiadini on the bench […]

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Ralph’s Visit

Ralph answered questions for a good hour and a quarter which turned out to be about an hour an a half by the time he had left the room. It is not always easy to have questions being fired at you for that length of time, but Ralph is an excellent speaker and PR man […]

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No semi finals for years and two come at once

It was a night London Saints darts had been waiting for years progress into the darts cup semi final, record books are being checked to see when this last happened.  Playing Plymouth away, Saints had the advantage of the game being played at their training pub The Sir Sydney Smith.  The captain surprisingly won the […]

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West Ham Away Lost 3 – 0

Relative to some recent performances, Saints benefitted from a new manager bounce when beating a side two divisions lower in the Cup, but Mark Hughes’ first League game in charge, at West Ham, started badly, got worse and finally faded into oblivion. A line-up that omitted Romeu and included Gabbiadini and a risky return for […]

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Wigan Away Quarter Final FA Cup and Mark Hughes

Having let him spend good money on his own man, Carrillo, the club’s plan must surely have been to keep Mauricio Pellegrino, at least until a low-key dismissal in the off season. That had to be thrown into reverse after the affair at Newcastle – Højbjerg’s enigmatic TV interview hinted at an unholy row, but […]

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Missing Mick Macey

Mick was well known for going missing at away matches. Final farewells were made to Mick as he made his final missing at Salisbury crematorium last Friday 9th March to Oh When the Saints Go Marching In. He will be missed.

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Newcatle Away lost 3 – 0 to much fog on the Tyne for Saints

You kind of knew things might go wrong at Newcastle when a team that excluded Romeu was revealed: we rarely play better without the Spaniard, and surely his qualities would have been ideal for this particular fixture? Then the selected XI took to the pitch wearing an unusual combination of shirt, shorts and socks that […]

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Stoke Home Drew 0 – 0

Piles of snow around the pitch belied the fact that we’d moved into the meteorological spring in time for the visit of Stoke, and both sides were hoping to rejuvenate a disappointing season – for Saints, that meant a surprise start for the youthful Sims, although he has proved most effective as an impact substitute […]

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