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    Someone sat near me was speculating what will come first Brexit or a Saints home win?

    On that cheerful note I had a look at our home record since Koeman left us (in 5th position - and above Liverpool) and Puel took over at the start of 2016/17 and our home form has been as follows.

    P63.....W15....D22.....L26......F69......A98....Pt s 67

    Av.......................................1.1...... .1.6.....1.06

    What wonderful value for money the price of a ticket at St Marys has been!!!!!!!!!

    In comparison, our away form, which generally is **** poor hasnt been too bad, in comparison.

    P63....W15......D17.....L28.....F65......A100...Pt s 62

    It would be interesting to work out how many (late) goals have been scored at the Northam end as to my mind we always seem to concede goals that end and we leave the ground to the chorus of celebrating away fans.

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    Those are truly abysmal stats. There are some things we could do to help home form apart from an entire new back four and midfield. Stop making SMS so ****ing hospitable to visiting players and fans. Stick visiting fans right in the corner. Stop kicking towards visiting fans second half. Stop printing a programme specifically for visiting fans. Put 10mm of water over visiting dressing room floor, **** in the beer sold to visiting fans. Stop referring to SFC as a 'family club', makes us sound like a club from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
    Just a few ideas to be going along with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morse View Post
    Those are truly abysmal stats. There are some things we could do to help home form apart from an entire new back four and midfield. Stop making SMS so ****ing hospitable to visiting players and fans. Stick visiting fans right in the corner. Stop kicking towards visiting fans second half. Stop printing a programme specifically for visiting fans. Put 10mm of water over visiting dressing room floor, **** in the beer sold to visiting fans. Stop referring to SFC as a 'family club', makes us sound like a club from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
    Just a few ideas to be going along with.
    Actually we tried to kick toward the Chapel end against Leicester

    That went well and conceded 5 at the Northam end v 4 at the Chapel!!

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    Brexit? I think PL-exit is more appropriate for us.

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    Both are getting on my nerves tbh.

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    The year is 2192,” he (Bulgarian Environment minister) wrote. “The British prime minister visits Brussels to ask for an extension of the Brexit deadline. No one remembers where this tradition originated, but every year it attracts many tourists from all over the world.

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    No wins at home in our last 8 matches, and only 1 in our last 10.

    We picked up a grand total of 4 points from the last 27 available at home. Utterly, atrocious.

    I too had a look at the stats going back to Puel at home, it's grim, really, really grim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyinthesky View Post
    Actually we tried to kick toward the Chapel end against Leicester

    That went well and conceded 5 at the Northam end v 4 at the Chapel!!
    Never understood why people think kicking towards the chapel second half makes any difference, the majority of our biggest wins at St Mary’s have been when shooting towards that end.

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