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VVD 10:39 - Jan 1 with 1454 viewssledger

in my oppinion vvd is playing at about 75% of his capability poor against spurs and mistakes yesterday,feel hes gone into transfer window mode like some of the previous mercenaries,if yoshida had made the same mistakes hed be getting destroyed,worryly i do not hear saints that we wont sell in january if we do its a new low
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VVD on 10:44 - Jan 1 with 1448 viewsTygerUppercut

To me it looked like Vvd had given up yesterday

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VVD on 10:52 - Jan 1 with 1435 viewsNumber_58

Perhaps he needs a rest. Hardly had a break since the start of the season. If only we practised squad rotation...
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VVD on 12:29 - Jan 1 with 1383 viewssaint22

Let's hope we don't sell Fonte else who plays in the centre with VVD suspended?!
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VVD on 13:15 - Jan 1 with 1355 viewssaintwizzler

VVD on 12:29 - Jan 1 by saint22

Let's hope we don't sell Fonte else who plays in the centre with VVD suspended?!


It's only a 1 match suspension

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VVD on 13:17 - Jan 1 with 1350 viewsarfurdent

VVD on 10:44 - Jan 1 by TygerUppercut

To me it looked like Vvd had given up yesterday


looked like they all had

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VVD on 13:21 - Jan 1 with 1345 viewsdirk_doone

It's to easy to write off players as 'mercenaries'. They are professional footballers, not amateurs. If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay. But, like many before him, he's seen outstanding team mates sold off only to be replaced by inferior players. You could see he really enjoyed playing football last season under Koeman alongside the likes of Wanyama and Mane and probably believed we could win a trophy this season, maybe even the Europa League, but lately his body language almost says, what the hell am I doing playing with these mediocre players? It's time to get out.

If it was only about the money, van Dijk could move to China any time he wanted to and earn more than double what he could get even at a top club in England.
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VVD on 13:38 - Jan 1 with 1290 viewssaint22

VVD on 13:15 - Jan 1 by saintwizzler

It's only a 1 match suspension


Well one is enough
Yosh and Gardos anyone?
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VVD on 19:04 - Jan 1 with 1229 viewsLeslie

VVD on 13:21 - Jan 1 by dirk_doone

It's to easy to write off players as 'mercenaries'. They are professional footballers, not amateurs. If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay. But, like many before him, he's seen outstanding team mates sold off only to be replaced by inferior players. You could see he really enjoyed playing football last season under Koeman alongside the likes of Wanyama and Mane and probably believed we could win a trophy this season, maybe even the Europa League, but lately his body language almost says, what the hell am I doing playing with these mediocre players? It's time to get out.

If it was only about the money, van Dijk could move to China any time he wanted to and earn more than double what he could get even at a top club in England.
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It's a shame we couldn't transfer some of our needy fans!

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VVD on 19:27 - Jan 1 with 1210 viewsTheKraken

VVD on 13:21 - Jan 1 by dirk_doone

It's to easy to write off players as 'mercenaries'. They are professional footballers, not amateurs. If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay. But, like many before him, he's seen outstanding team mates sold off only to be replaced by inferior players. You could see he really enjoyed playing football last season under Koeman alongside the likes of Wanyama and Mane and probably believed we could win a trophy this season, maybe even the Europa League, but lately his body language almost says, what the hell am I doing playing with these mediocre players? It's time to get out.

If it was only about the money, van Dijk could move to China any time he wanted to and earn more than double what he could get even at a top club in England.
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"If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay."

He's only ever seen Saints as a stepping stone. Van Dijk himself publicly stated in the summer (after signing his 6 year contract) that he was happy to stay "for another year or two). It was the biggest "come and get me" plea you could ever see. The fact that we've regressed this season is largely irrelevant, his excellent form has encouraged attention from a few of the big clubs which would have been exactly what he wanted to achieve.

He was always intending to leave by the start of the following season, and the club will have done well by getting another year out him plus a big payday.
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VVD on 19:31 - Jan 1 with 1196 viewsLeslie

VVD on 19:27 - Jan 1 by TheKraken

"If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay."

He's only ever seen Saints as a stepping stone. Van Dijk himself publicly stated in the summer (after signing his 6 year contract) that he was happy to stay "for another year or two). It was the biggest "come and get me" plea you could ever see. The fact that we've regressed this season is largely irrelevant, his excellent form has encouraged attention from a few of the big clubs which would have been exactly what he wanted to achieve.

He was always intending to leave by the start of the following season, and the club will have done well by getting another year out him plus a big payday.


He signed a 6 year contract and was 100 percent going to see it out. He wants to stay but Les wants to cash in on him. He got sent off yesterday purely to protest against the evil Les regime!

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VVD on 19:32 - Jan 1 with 1194 viewsHappy_Jack

VVD on 19:27 - Jan 1 by TheKraken

"If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay."

He's only ever seen Saints as a stepping stone. Van Dijk himself publicly stated in the summer (after signing his 6 year contract) that he was happy to stay "for another year or two). It was the biggest "come and get me" plea you could ever see. The fact that we've regressed this season is largely irrelevant, his excellent form has encouraged attention from a few of the big clubs which would have been exactly what he wanted to achieve.

He was always intending to leave by the start of the following season, and the club will have done well by getting another year out him plus a big payday.


Absolute nonsense. He's desperate to see out his contract but will be forced out of the club.

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VVD on 02:39 - Jan 2 with 1108 viewslarry12

VVD on 10:44 - Jan 1 by TygerUppercut

To me it looked like Vvd had given up yesterday


He gave up because he has to play continually with useless players, JWP and Davis all the time and that Caber Thrower in Goal. Saints start with 9.5 players when the above 2 midfield clowns are involved. Puel "bought" Pied, who was better than Cedric, Martina. Tw*t Jwp , Davis, Hoyberg and Pointless trier Redmond. Reed sorted the rubbish squad before he found the last man available and gave him Academy nobodies and Long type also-rans type bad squad . Puel continues to try to polish a brown thing.
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VVD on 09:39 - Jan 2 with 1051 viewsKennington

VVD on 02:39 - Jan 2 by larry12

He gave up because he has to play continually with useless players, JWP and Davis all the time and that Caber Thrower in Goal. Saints start with 9.5 players when the above 2 midfield clowns are involved. Puel "bought" Pied, who was better than Cedric, Martina. Tw*t Jwp , Davis, Hoyberg and Pointless trier Redmond. Reed sorted the rubbish squad before he found the last man available and gave him Academy nobodies and Long type also-rans type bad squad . Puel continues to try to polish a brown thing.


VvD looks understandably worse with Yosh, as he has to clean up after him. It's happened a few times this season. Arguably VVD is our best midfielder as well as defender because he actually runs forward in the oposition's half with the ball. He can't do this as much with Martina and Yosh on the pitch.

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VVD on 11:57 - Jan 2 with 991 viewsSaintBrock

VVD on 10:44 - Jan 1 by TygerUppercut

To me it looked like Vvd had given up yesterday


ditto for Fonte
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VVD on 15:44 - Jan 2 with 932 viewsFrankXerox

VVD on 13:21 - Jan 1 by dirk_doone

It's to easy to write off players as 'mercenaries'. They are professional footballers, not amateurs. If Van Dijk felt that staying at Southampton would be in the best interests of his career, he'd stay. But, like many before him, he's seen outstanding team mates sold off only to be replaced by inferior players. You could see he really enjoyed playing football last season under Koeman alongside the likes of Wanyama and Mane and probably believed we could win a trophy this season, maybe even the Europa League, but lately his body language almost says, what the hell am I doing playing with these mediocre players? It's time to get out.

If it was only about the money, van Dijk could move to China any time he wanted to and earn more than double what he could get even at a top club in England.
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This sensational mind reading ability you have for the players, as well as supporters who haven't made it to the home games, is a truly rare talent.
It's almost as if there are voices in your head telling you what the players think about Mané and Wanyama, it's very impressive.

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VVD on 16:02 - Jan 2 with 911 viewsDel_Bianco

VVD on 15:44 - Jan 2 by FrankXerox

This sensational mind reading ability you have for the players, as well as supporters who haven't made it to the home games, is a truly rare talent.
It's almost as if there are voices in your head telling you what the players think about Mané and Wanyama, it's very impressive.


Mind reader, psychologist, body language expert not to mention an intimate knowledge of our transfer strategy, even including all the players we didn't sign that Paul Mitchell recommended, who funnily enough are all doing well in the premier league. It's almost like its all made up.

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VVD on 16:18 - Jan 2 with 894 viewsFrankXerox

VVD on 16:02 - Jan 2 by Del_Bianco

Mind reader, psychologist, body language expert not to mention an intimate knowledge of our transfer strategy, even including all the players we didn't sign that Paul Mitchell recommended, who funnily enough are all doing well in the premier league. It's almost like its all made up.


When Hoddle was here he should've employed Dirk as an Eileen Drewery style medium to counsel the players.

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VVD on 17:04 - Jan 2 with 858 viewsLeslie

VVD on 16:02 - Jan 2 by Del_Bianco

Mind reader, psychologist, body language expert not to mention an intimate knowledge of our transfer strategy, even including all the players we didn't sign that Paul Mitchell recommended, who funnily enough are all doing well in the premier league. It's almost like its all made up.


Either that or a full on loon

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