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at 10:41 21 May 2019
I remember him under Souness wasn't much cop, his name was mentioned a year ago for us but felt that he was not experienced enough having never managed in England.
Brighton have appointed him but is 10th in the Championship for Swansea in his one season in England enough grounding for the Premier League after all the Swans never really looked like getting into the play offs
at 08:49 21 May 2019
We seem to be losing a lot of local dialect, back in the late 60's & early 70's it was still there, but somewhere in the mid 70's it started to die out, as kids started to shun some traditional phrases and prefer the language of pop stars.
So what phrases were there, Mush is one of them, when i was a kid the stock greeting was "Acha Mush" or perhaps "Atcha Mush" which was a sort of local version of how are you mate..... it was never written down
Mush is still brought up and although the word is not used that often anymore there is a mini revival of sorts.
It is apparently a romany word, although i'm told that the word was used so often that the Liverpool crew members of the big boats used to refer to their Southampton counterparts as Mushes, much as they were referred to as Scousers.
It was never a Pompey phrase at least not amongst seafarers where the crews were either scousers, mushes, cockneys, brummies or geordies, if you were from anywhere else you didn't have a name
Going back to Acha Mush, as I say as a kid it was the stock greeting Itoook it to be a shortened version of how are you and you would always refer to another person as a mush ie "that mush over there" etc.
So who remembers this, many of you will either be too young or perhaps not local enough, I think it was a dialect that didn't travel much outside of the city boundaries.
|Saints, Spurs & Liverpool|
at 12:12 17 May 2019
With the connections to both clubs, how many have a connection to Saints, Liverpool and Spurs having played or managed at all three
I will start with Graeme Souness
|Bus Timetable Changes|
at 22:17 16 May 2019
Portsmouth Blue Line Buses have announced two timetable changes for May
Saturday 18th May - The 2pm open top service from Fratton Park to Southsea Common has been camcelled.
Monday 27th May - The 2pm Open Top service from Fratton Park to Southsea Common has been cancelled
|What A Shame|
at 21:43 16 May 2019
Bit of a let down for them and they look set to get fined for the fan kicking the player when he fell in the crowd
|About 400 Tickets Left|
at 10:23 12 May 2019
Been a few sold yesterday , all that is left now is about 400 seats in block 44 in the Northam End right next to the Huddersfield fans in one of the blocks they sent back, should get near a sell out
|There Is No Easy Way To Say This !|
at 12:48 10 May 2019
A man gets over by a red lorry. Then he gets run over by a yellow lorry. Then a red lorry and then a yellow lorry.
A policeman informs his family, "There's no easy way to say this ...."
|European Final Ticket Allocations A Joke|
at 10:56 10 May 2019
Liverpool and Tottenham have each been allocated 16,613 tickets for the Champions League final in the 68,000-capacity Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid.
But if you think that is poor then look at the Europa League Arsenal and Chelsea have each been allocated just 6,000 tickets for the Europa League final at the 68,700 Olympic Stadium in Baku.
I think all four clubs should boycott the final in protest
|Klopp Or Hasenhuttl ???|
at 09:30 8 May 2019
So may people seem to hate Klopp but love Hasenhuttl, given that they are so similar the question is why ?
Klopp forgets to shake the hand of the opposing manager and runs on the pitch and its arrogance, Hasenhuttl does it and it's passion
at 22:01 1 May 2019
I have formed a new band ..
My new band is called "The Prevention"
We're going to be better than "The Cure"
|No One Has Mentioned Its 1st May|
at 10:41 1 May 2019
The 43rd anniversary of our finest hour, however it is also the anniversary of a Liverpool supporter parking on a double yellow line at an away game in Wolverhampton, so when we have finished demanding that he be extradited (or exhumed) by West Midlands police and taken back to Wolverhampton to face the full force of the law, perhaps we can discuss Wembley 1976.
In court he will o course claim that his Everton supporting brother had driven him down there
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