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    Not really sure how good he is going to be but I think he will be entertaining to watch this season. Certainly he likes the dramatic flourish when he gets fouled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Wayman View Post
    Thought Boufal would have been on the bench today, he's been really good in training.
    I thought he was???

    Edit No he wasn’t. Wishful thinking on my part.
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    He was pretty explosive when he came on, made things happen. I'm not sure he's a left back though!

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    Looked dynamic and unpredictable, even against the pace of Mane but it might be tough to get a look in with the players ahead of him.

    Ralph started the team I thought he should start against Burnley which only really leaves Adams/Redmond positions up for the grabs (and they’re pretty nailed on starters). Now Ralph might have gone more conservative because it was Liverpool and therefore will open things up next week; but equally I wouldn’t be surprised if he sticks with it till we get a few points and confidence under our belts which I have no problems with. Just wish we had those options at CM and CB.

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    Small cameo but what I liked was that:

    - Quick feet to beat a player from standing start. Not unlike Mane in that (who by the way is some player - better than Salah IMO)

    - Nice pass selection and weight of pass

    - Got stuck in and seems a good character

    He will be a sub at first, but should start at Fulham.

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    Reminded me very much of Mane when he first came here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    Me too first place I ever ever lived, Chatsworth Road behind the Cop Shop.
    Remember when bitterne bowl AMF was the only bowling lanes around. bus there every Saturday from regents park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Small cameo but what I liked was that:

    - Quick feet to beat a player from standing start. Not unlike Mane in that (who by the way is some player - better than Salah IMO)

    - Nice pass selection and weight of pass

    - Got stuck in and seems a good character

    He will be a sub at first, but should start at Fulham.
    What was his yellow card for? Haven't seen it mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VectisSaint View Post
    What was his yellow card for? Haven't seen it mentioned.
    Scissor tackle. Same as the one Mane did on him (no foul, no card).

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    Still injured then? Considering how poor we are, it's a huge loss every game he misses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypochondriac View Post
    Still injured then? Considering how poor we are, it's a huge loss every game he misses.
    He’ll be even more of a gem in the Championship

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    SOS.

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    Bumpworthy performance yesterday.

    Needed him to step up ever since somebody cast a spell on our wide-attackers getting hurt.

    Looked really good.

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    Yeah, he made the crucial first goal with his effort and gave their right back a really tough day. He also showed great effort off the ball, not just to press but to work to get back goal-side. He’s definitely a guy with a bright future.

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    If we keep Djenepo, Boufal, Redmond and Armstrong as our attacking midfielders next season I think we can really push on towards Europe. Each one offers something different. However I'd hazard a guess that Boufal could be on his way, as he'd only have one year left on his contract and may not be entirely happy about spending large chunks of this season on the bench, just a hunch. However if he wants to stay, and we can get him to sign a new contract, I think we have a better foursome of attacking midfielders than a lot of other teams in the league. Then all we'd need is a striker, CM, CB and RB.

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    Played well but needs shooting practice. He skied a couple of very decent chances yesterday

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    MOTD pundits doing their best to pave the way for his move to a top 4 club.

    Personally I thought they overdid the praise. Yes, he's got potential but he's still raw. A second season of improving and I suspect they'll have a case though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNSUN View Post
    If we keep Djenepo, Boufal, Redmond and Armstrong as our attacking midfielders next season I think we can really push on towards Europe. Each one offers something different. However I'd hazard a guess that Boufal could be on his way, as he'd only have one year left on his contract and may not be entirely happy about spending large chunks of this season on the bench, just a hunch. However if he wants to stay, and we can get him to sign a new contract, I think we have a better foursome of attacking midfielders than a lot of other teams in the league. Then all we'd need is a striker, CM, CB and RB.
    Would happily replace Boufal with Rashica from Bremen. A great young prospect just like Djenepo

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    Quote Originally Posted by waylander View Post
    Played well but needs shooting practice. He skied a couple of very decent chances yesterday
    That one in the second half was funny though, his positioning and shaping was spot on just had a brain fart as he pulled the trigger - quite a few around us were laughing about it for quite a while.

    As for shooting practise, watching the pre match warm up and the shooting drill Danny Ings must have hit the post more times than he scored, actually most of them rattled woodwork rather than the back of the net............so I guess it was good to see little Shane had been paying attention in training and managed to get something on the ball for our first.

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    A lot of people started to write Djenepo off last week on twitter Great prospect and exciting to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint97 View Post
    A lot of people started to write Djenepo off last week on twitter Great prospect and exciting to watch
    Including the club historian who clearly did not allow for extreme weather conditions affecting anyone’s performance let alone a young player like him finding his way in the English game and conditions.

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    I like the fact he looks like he's always on the verge of falling over when he runs.

    Bags of talent, will invariably blow hot and cold but when he's on it he must be a nightmare to defend against. I really enjoy watching him because you never quite know what's going to happen next.

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    He certainly has crazy legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cat View Post
    I really enjoy watching him because you never quite know what's going to happen next.
    The general consensus near me yesterday was that neither did he or his team mates..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNSUN View Post
    If we keep Djenepo, Boufal, Redmond and Armstrong as our attacking midfielders next season I think we can really push on towards Europe. Each one offers something different. However I'd hazard a guess that Boufal could be on his way, as he'd only have one year left on his contract and may not be entirely happy about spending large chunks of this season on the bench, just a hunch. However if he wants to stay, and we can get him to sign a new contract, I think we have a better foursome of attacking midfielders than a lot of other teams in the league. Then all we'd need is a striker, CM, CB and RB.
    Reminds me of Les’ now infamous quote...

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    Robbed this from the Ugly Inside, but would be good if we could use it for Djenepo instead of that f*cking seven nations army song that we've now sung for, Yoshida, Gaston Ramirez, Alex McCarthy and Djenepo (and probably more too).

    To the tune of the La's There She Goes,

    Djenepo
    Djenepo again
    Racing just like Paine
    And I just can’t contain
    That feeling that remains

    for those that don't know the tune, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZXLLMbJdZ4

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb View Post
    Robbed this from the Ugly Inside, but would be good if we could use it for Djenepo instead of that f*cking seven nations army song that we've now sung for, Yoshida, Gaston Ramirez, Alex McCarthy and Djenepo (and probably more too).

    To the tune of the La's There She Goes,

    Djenepo
    Djenepo again
    Racing just like Paine
    And I just can’t contain
    That feeling that remains

    for those that don't know the tune, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZXLLMbJdZ4
    Some of our performances this season have made me want to take up heroin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyell View Post
    Some of our performances this season have made me want to take up heroin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenridge View Post
    Reminds me of Les’ now infamous quote...
    If it’s up there, I’ll give you the money myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb View Post
    Robbed this from the Ugly Inside, but would be good if we could use it for Djenepo instead of that f*cking seven nations army song that we've now sung for, Yoshida, Gaston Ramirez, Alex McCarthy and Djenepo (and probably more too).
    Bain of my life that song. We also used it for Jermaine Wright, Papa Waigo and Frazer Richardson too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceandfriendly View Post
    Bain of my life that song. We also used it for Jermaine Wright, Papa Waigo and Frazer Richardson too.
    that song pretty much sums up how sh*t our support is these days, almost every new player gets that song as standard, it's dull as f*ck

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceandfriendly View Post
    Bain of my life that song. We also used it for Jermaine Wright, Papa Waigo and Frazer Richardson too.
    "Frazer Richardson" must have sounded awful, and I can't even work out how "Jermaine Wright" fits into the song! At least Moussa Djenepo does actually fit, ha.

    I always found the "Richard Chaplow" chant amusing, just not a name that is suited to a football chant (mainly the 'Richard'). The "Rory Delap" chant was terrible because everyone started at a different point and it ended up just sounding like a tuneless speaking of his name. Not a big fan of the Shane Long chant because the original (I think?) "Giroud" worked because it rhymes with "Hey Jude". Always chuckle when we use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceandfriendly View Post
    Bain of my life that song. We also used it for Jermaine Wright, Papa Waigo and Frazer Richardson too.
    That can't be right. Our support in the lower leagues would never have stooped to such depths.

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    Pretty sure we once subbed Ramirez, fans singing the song. A minute or so later Yoshida does a decent tackle and people sang it again with his name.

    Woeful.

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    Can't say I remember Richardson or Wright having any songs and that tune certainly doesn't work with their names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niceandfriendly View Post
    Bain of my life that song. We also used it for Jermaine Wright, Papa Waigo and Frazer Richardson too.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Cat View Post
    Can't say I remember Richardson or Wright having any songs and that tune certainly doesn't work with their names.
    They didn't have that tune and neither did Papa Waigo, he's trolling.

    Papa Waigo, he's always offside....

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    X & Y is red & white, red & white, red & white

    X & Y is red & white, red & white, red & white

    and he hates Pompey

    repeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyNumber7 View Post
    They didn't have that tune and neither did Papa Waigo, he's trolling.

    Papa Waigo, he's always offside....
    Who remembers when some of our fans claimed Papa Waigo was always offside because his runs were so clever the other players we had weren’t good enough to pick them out. A few said the same about Tanadari Lee as well

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    he's one of our own, he's one of our owwwwnnnn
    player with tentative link to Saints 12 years ago
    he's one of our own

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    Just be grateful he’s not called Steve Djenepo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bananaman View Post
    he's one of our own, he's one of our owwwwnnnn
    player with tentative link to Saints 12 years ago
    he's one of our own
    if we're going down that route what about Southampton Boys making all the noise, sung in the concourse by people that are quiet as mice in the stands

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    Apparently his mum has passed away. Very sad for such a young man

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