"You've done too much, much too young..."
The words of one of my home city's favourite exports, and while references to current buns for tea and 'wearing caps' are not quite relevant the sooner then expected success of our club is now taking it's toll. It's becoming clear that we have been promoted beyond our current capability. Heroes from last year are now being seen as zeroes, they have become victims of their own success.
Updated 06-11-2012 at 12:34 PM by Colinjb
May 2005. In the depths of relegation despair there was a shining light of hope. The academy, our jewel in the crown had crafted a team that reached the pinacle of the English youth game. The FA Youth Cup final. While a defeat to Ipswich Town was their unfortunate fate the future did look bright.
Two of these players have become full internationals and six have experienced Premier League football, yet only one of those achieved that at the club that set them on their way. An unused
Updated 10-09-2012 at 06:33 PM by Colinjb
Ok, time for a bit of honesty. Who out of us would have taken a close entertaining game of football where Saints would emerge with a large amount of credit last sunday? Just so long we avoided a hiding we could have held our heads high, right?
Indeed, we didn't get battered by Manchester United, we were a 37 year old former retiree away from at least getting a point. Paul Scholes was the fulcrum of Manchester United's comeback and it was dissapointing to see that tactically, we didn't
all this €/£/$ **** is too confusing. we need a internationally recognised football transfer currency, the blatter.