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Saints B Team Take On AFC Bournemouth On Wednesday At AFC Totton
Tuesday, 23rd Nov 2021 14:03

The Saints B team has picked up in recent weeks with the likes of Thierry Small and Dynel Simeu starting to flourish plus the addition of a few on the fringes of the first team, why not pop along and have a look on Wednesday evening.

Saints take on AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League cup at the Snows Stadium Totton on Wednesday evening with a 7pm kick off, tickets are available now online for £3 with all under 18's going free.

Dave Horseman’s side will be looking to bounce back on Wednesday after falling to a 3-2 defeat on the road at Sunderland. ending an impressive five match unbeaten run for Saints.

Saints have had a mixed ride in the Premier League Cup so far this season, initially drawing 1-1 with Arsenal before falling to a 6-0 defeat to West Brom and they will now hope to put the Cherries to the sword.

Full details of the match and how to buy tickets can be found using the link below.

https://www.southamptonfc.com/news/2021-11-23/b-team-preview-southampton-bournem

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underweststand added 15:27 - Nov 23
Good article to publish (NIck) for those who don't normally get to watch Academy lads.

The B team had a nightmare start in losing 5 of their first 6 Prem.2 games with Dave Horseman echoing the same message, " we did a lot right - except score", but at last the B team has turned with corner after 5 games unbeaten - and 5 clean sheets - they were very unlucky to lose at Sunderland at the weekend with a team that was forced to field several U18 lads (because of injury to some of the regular players).

The "B 's" are looking better now having scored 15 goals in the previous 4 League and Cup games. Anyone with a chance to go along and see these games at Totton won't be disappointed and see some young talents who may become future first-teamers.

The U 18's have also been in great form, when scoring 17 goals in their last 4 matches and included several players who are barely 16 years old. Some very promising lads.

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Sadoldgit added 23:06 - Nov 24
We were winning 1-0 but the game was abandoned. Anyone know why?
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underweststand added 17:02 - Nov 25
something to do with ..FOG !
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