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mustard JB
at 21:58 22 Feb 2020

Careful as that may just get few tongues wagging
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Valery
at 21:56 22 Feb 2020

And he was on the bench so guess it must be fully out of the way now? But why not say something when it was know to prevent gossip and rumours
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Valery (n/t)
at 21:54 22 Feb 2020

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Djenepo
at 20:22 22 Feb 2020

BBC site has given him MOTM!
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Villa Fans
at 20:21 22 Feb 2020

I'm sure I only heard one reference to Wemberley as well. Maybe they realise they are in for a stuffing after watching both teams today
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JWP
at 18:59 22 Feb 2020

That nastiness has been there virtually since Ralph had all of those individual chats with the players. Great man management, as he has improved no end
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JWP
at 18:56 22 Feb 2020

When you say some, I think you mean one
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Get in
at 18:53 22 Feb 2020

A little nervy? I'd have said a lot nervy!! But luckily we were playing a cr@p team and hate to say it, they should go down on that performance

Good job Grealish was kept out of it by JWP as he was their only threat

Oh, and I'll also watch MOTD ttonight now
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Scoreline today?
at 18:49 22 Feb 2020

Well I hope you had a couple of quid on that
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Ryanair
at 18:44 22 Feb 2020

Well Saints won 2-0 at home, not sure if that answers the question but I've just come on here for a few opinions on the game ...................
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Have Everton got it right?
at 16:57 21 Feb 2020

Is that not why it's a waterfront stadium? Over the side etc ……………….
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Jack Grealish
at 11:28 21 Feb 2020

Big fish, little pond?
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Have Everton got it right?
at 18:22 20 Feb 2020

They've appointed a contractor to build and in the blurb I've just read was this:

"Work on the new stadium is expected to start later this year, subject to planning consent, and is expected to take three years.

Designed by MEIS architects, the stadium’s brick base reflects Goodison Park’s famous Archibald Leitch lattice work, while the roof structure is made from steel and glass giving the stadium a modern finish.

The proposed waterfront stadium comprises four stands, including a large, steep ‘home end’ which will house 13,000 Evertonians."

It seems they want a home end purely for the singers ...............

Not sure about the space age looks though

https://www.constructionmanagermagazine.com/client_media/imagecontent/xeverton_s
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Chapel End next season
at 17:40 20 Feb 2020

Also nods in general agreement, particularly the "stereo" bit I (as I said elsewhere) but without people prepared to sing in those places it's all just theory

The club need to do something to encourage the more vociferous fan in to those 2 areas
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Good example of Chinese Ownership - let's lighten the mood
at 17:20 20 Feb 2020

Talking of Harry Redknapp's dog, did you see 'arry picking his sh1t up last night on the tv in that programme from his small Sandbanks pad? Well amused me, as the programme did as well with Razor and Pasquale on it
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Good example of Chinese Ownership
at 11:37 20 Feb 2020

The biggest issue down here is that although we havent seen 100's of millions pumped in, we have seen millions go in but wasted on bad signings

Not sure on figures or exactly when it was spent but the evidence is on the pitch. Now Nick is continually defending thd club and being criticised for doing so, but he does have some good points, but also bad ones

As has been said, Kat said we need to move to the next level hence Gao came in but apart from a couple of months ago there's not a lot of evidence of that and the fans need to see something positive rather than see us just stagnate which appears to be happening

It was just 3 years ago that we had our European tour, the passport has now been put away and for quite a while from what we are seeing!

And while we are not as depressed as West Ham fans, it's pretty gloomy down here right now which could also explain yesterday's thread re Austin
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Skates
at 22:00 19 Feb 2020

Well Salford beat Newport 6-5 on pens which is,a bit of a disappointment
For once will want a Manc team to win I think but will find it hard
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Chapel End next season
at 20:39 19 Feb 2020

And one other thing Bar_Brother, as you seem to be a decent new poster, what are your top 3 biscuits??
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Chapel End next season
at 20:37 19 Feb 2020

I have to say the idea of reduced prices for under 25's for instance initially sounds a good idea, but without being too negative there are bound to be obstacles and moaners about "why should I pay more than my best mate who's a year younger" and stuff like that

But it's certainly a start. Worth a shout, and it seems that sh1t house Austin may actually have done the club a favour??
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Chapel End next season
at 18:22 19 Feb 2020

The Chapel since day 1 has always been referred to as "family orientated" and will remain so. As someone sitting in Kingsland (clue is in the name) when Itchen North and Northam get going there is an atmosphere and that does get Chapel going now and again and even Kingsland but that we have to admit, is after we score/take the lead

I personally don't go to Northam cos mainly I'm sure you don't get a proper perspective of the game from behind the goal and also I would probably be one that you refer to under the "age demographic" preferring to sit but that doesn't particularly stop me at away games or home games though I feel a bit of a tw@t on my own at times (depending on how many beers sunk pre game)

Those in Northam and Itchen North from what I can understand prefer being next to away fans for the "banter" and friendly abuse throwing. I also like the thought of giving it to away fans in stereo (?)

One slightly minor issue (!) - how the fuk do you tell all ST holders in the Northam and Chapel stands that they've got to change their seats depending on whether they are going to sing or not?

We could also maybe try and get the players to not let their heads go down when we concede a goal and maybe have a leader on the pitch as captain which may also influence the crowd a bit? We have to be honest as Sonic has implied (I think), it could well be that we are more of a "family" type club (lots of kids and women but not allowed to say that nowadays) and not vociferous extrovert types that will "sing their hearts out for the boys" unless we're winning of course

I don't know the answer other than when there is a full (3 - 4k) away section of support try and spit them up - not a serious suggestion btw - and not the noisy Saints fans who do sing throughout, and there are plenty of those rather than give away fans a majority of one end behind a goal

No practical answers I'm afraid other than persuading everyone to sing their hearts out
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