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    Quote Originally Posted by Deano6 View Post
    Thanks mate. Always had quite a soft spot for you myself.
    cheers mate. was nice to get that of my chest. reassuring to know people feel the same way about you, isn't it?

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    Congrats Deano on joining Leicester!

    For those interested, Papa Waigo N'Diaye now plays for Al-Ettifaq.

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    Nice to see Deano on the cover of the Leicester vs Bournemouth programme:




    Meanwhile, his pal Papa Waigo N'Diaye scored this weekend for Ettifaq FC in their derby match with Al-Nahda in Dammam.

    He cut in from the left, nutmegging Al-Nahda right back Abdullh Al Dossari and curling past the keeper.


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    Looking like Deano is nailed on for another promotion, although he must be frustrated that he hasn't started many games.

    Would think he is a good character to have though and a hard worker so good luck to him and would be nice to see him play at SMS again.

    Meanwhile, his old pal Papa Waigo N'Diaye is still at Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi PL and recently scored a hattrick as they beat last season's Champions Al-Fateh 4-1.

    Here is the aftermath of his second goal:


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    Could either Deano or Papa be good options for next season? Both consumate professionals, and know the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Charlie View Post
    Could either Deano or Papa be good options for next season? Both consumate professionals, and know the club.
    Stop wumming, you're becoming very tedious.

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    @SouthamptonFC: We'd like to wish a very happy birthday to the one and only Papa Waigo! 🎂 #saintsfc https://t.co/bx3ygdfEqz

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    Nice for the club to not forget and try to erase where we have been the last decade or so. Nice touch. I like it. And used to love Waigo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saintandy666 View Post
    Nice for the club to not forget and try to erase where we have been the last decade or so. Nice touch. I like it. And used to love Waigo.
    Agree. He added 'x-factor' to our attack. Loved those days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Agree. He added 'x-factor' to our attack. Loved those days.
    After all the crap we had been through the preceding years he was a good signing. He got a few goals (especially in the JPT), was offside so many times it become a running joke at SMS but most of all was a real character that gave us all a few laughs after the doom and gloom we'd been through. One of those players who despite his short time here and being pretty mediocre as a player will still be remembered years down the line.

    Happy birthday Papa

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    For sure. We had to endure some proper drab ****e for a few years on our way down. He was an exciting player to watch in many ways - could have got more goals I suppose... but the run in the JPT was worth it all alone and then some.

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    Is Hammond still at Leicester?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simo View Post
    Is Hammond still at Leicester?
    Reunited with Nigel Adkins at Sheffield United.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colinjb View Post
    Reunited with Nigel Adkins at Sheffield United.
    As his captain then I presume?

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    Papa was awesome, he wasn't up to much ability wise, but was a good laugh at L1 level. He was always offside..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Clarke View Post
    Papa was awesome, he wasn't up to much ability wise, but was a good laugh at L1 level. He was always offside..!!
    I think opponents didnt know what to expect from him, much like his teammates.

    Didn't fit the typical L1 striker profile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colinjb View Post
    Reunited with Nigel Adkins at Sheffield United.
    Conceded the late penalty at Old Trafford.

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    My favourite Papa Waigo moment was when we nearly ran him over near Bedford Place when he walked across the road to the car park without looking.

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    The Senegalese Longy was last spotted playing for Italian Serie D side U.S. Folgore Caratese A.S.D.

    Probably our best player never to have played hugher than League One.

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    Waigo, what a legend


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    Still brings a tear to my eye: the half empty SMS, the guitar instrumental and the trademark dance.

    #legend

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post


    Still brings a tear to my eye: the half empty SMS, the guitar instrumental and the trademark dance.

    #legend
    Is that a young Shurlock proudly holding up the Waigo shirt at the end?

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    Waigo celebrating winning the Johnstone Paint trophy like we had just won the Champions League was another classic from him.

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    A popular guy who is often remembered especially for is celebration dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Kucho View Post
    Waigo celebrating winning the Johnstone Paint trophy like we had just won the Champions League was another classic from him.
    With a sea of 55,000 Red & White adorned jubilant Saints fans inside the stadium it probably felt like a Champions League final.

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