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Indeed I have had infractions for less sarcastic/irrelevant posts and some have been accurate

 

You should have a look at the 'Southampton Women' thread which went seriously off-topic.I did at least get my full bingo card of posters/expected responses. Funny how they post on subjects they're not interested in.

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https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/sport/17515112.southampton-ace-danny-ings-plays-in-behind-closed-doors-win

 

DANNY Ings took another step towards being fully fit after playing for Saints in a behind-closed-doors friendly today.

 

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team won 3-2 against Championship side QPR, with Charlie Austin, Sam Gallagher and Jake Vokins bagging the goals.

 

Ings, who hasn’t played since the beginning of February, managed to get 45 minutes of game-time under his belt.

 

Hasenhuttl’s side were due to play Bristol City behind-closed-doors last Friday, however, the game was unable to go ahead.

 

Saints’ boss also used the friendly with QPR to take a closer look at Fraser Forster.

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https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/sport/17515112.southampton-ace-danny-ings-plays-in-behind-closed-doors-win

 

DANNY Ings took another step towards being fully fit after playing for Saints in a behind-closed-doors friendly today.

 

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team won 3-2 against Championship side QPR, with Charlie Austin, Sam Gallagher and Jake Vokins bagging the goals.

 

Ings, who hasn’t played since the beginning of February, managed to get 45 minutes of game-time under his belt.

 

Hasenhuttl’s side were due to play Bristol City behind-closed-doors last Friday, however, the game was unable to go ahead.

 

Saints’ boss also used the friendly with QPR to take a closer look at Fraser Forster.

 

Good stuff & good news all round.

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https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/sport/17515112.southampton-ace-danny-ings-plays-in-behind-closed-doors-win

 

DANNY Ings took another step towards being fully fit after playing for Saints in a behind-closed-doors friendly today.

 

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team won 3-2 against Championship side QPR, with Charlie Austin, Sam Gallagher and Jake Vokins bagging the goals.

 

Ings, who hasn’t played since the beginning of February, managed to get 45 minutes of game-time under his belt.

 

Hasenhuttl’s side were due to play Bristol City behind-closed-doors last Friday, however, the game was unable to go ahead.

 

Saints’ boss also used the friendly with QPR to take a closer look at Fraser Forster.

 

Mini-report on the OS:

 

Saints earn victory in QPR friendly

 

Southampton ran out 3-2 winners against Queens Park Rangers in a friendly match at Staplewood Campus this afternoon.

 

It proved a valuable workout, with 21 players gaining minutes during the international break, and Charlie Austin was on target from close range in the first-half to give Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side a 1-0 advantage heading into the break.

 

The R’s responded two minutes into the second-half when Josh Scowen’s through ball allowed Pawel Wszolek in to finish.

 

Saints regained the lead though when Sam Gallagher showed superb close control to take the ball in from a raking long-range pass, before coolly dinking over Matt Ingram.

 

And after Jordan Cousins had levelled for the visitors, an incisive counter-attack saw Yan Valery release Jake Vokins, who burst away from Osman Kakay before slotting the ball into the corner with his favoured left foot to seal victory.

 

Source: https://southamptonfc.com/news/2019-03-20/gallery-southampton-qpr-friendly-staplewood-campus-1819

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We won't be getting rid of FF because he is on massive money here.

it would be nice if he had a scintilla of honour about him and take a cut. Good PR for him too. But oh no.

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it would be nice if he had a scintilla of honour about him and take a cut. Good PR for him too. But oh no.

 

What does it have to do with "honour"? It is not his fault he was offered a big contract untill 2022. He is fully entitled to sit out his contract if he wants to.

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Hands up who would do the honourable thing and give up £3 million per year for doing nothing.

 

I was bored to tears with my IT job years ago and accepted voluntary redundancy. Probably been on 50% or less of that salary ever since but have never regretted the move. It did help having the mortgage virtually paid, and I would assume the poor love has savings and other things he could do for income and self-respect.

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I was bored to tears with my IT job years ago and accepted voluntary redundancy. Probably been on 50% or less of that salary ever since but have never regretted the move. It did help having the mortgage virtually paid, and I would assume the poor love has savings and other things he could do for income and self-respect.

 

He is paid to train. He trains as far as we are aware.

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What’s the latest news on Obefami ? Any update on his injury?

 

Was out with a hamstring injury wasn’t he?

 

I imagine he will be good to go for pre-season.

 

Preventing it recurring will be our priority with him from there, I imagine.

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What’s the latest news on Obefami ? Any update on his injury?

 

Very much hope to be proven wrong, but for me he will not be one of our successes. Hammy at a young age. Attitude questioned by Ralph. Very stiff in upper body. Raw speed but very little else (so far).

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The article is hard to take seriously when it says...

 

Summer signing Moussa Djenepo was also left behind having only arrived at Staplewood last Wednesday.

 

However...

 

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The #SaintsFC summer signing has arrived in Rotterdam to watch his new teammates in action!

 

 

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The article is hard to take seriously when it says...

Also, Stephens had missed most of Dublin, seemed to have arrived in Dublin for the last day only, so the injury was more likely picked up at Steplewood or during the Brentford or Preston game.

Still, nice of the Echo to try and give some information. Would be nice to know what is happening with McQueen, and also what has become of Danny Rohl (probably not injured). Apparently missing our Assistant Manager for the entirety of pre-season seems a little unfortunate, given how important he was to Ralph last season. Still has 2 years on his contract.

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Also, Stephens had missed most of Dublin, seemed to have arrived in Dublin for the last day only, so the injury was more likely picked up at Steplewood or during the Brentford or Preston game.

Still, nice of the Echo to try and give some information. Would be nice to know what is happening with McQueen, and also what has become of Danny Rohl (probably not injured). Apparently missing our Assistant Manager for the entirety of pre-season seems a little unfortunate, given how important he was to Ralph last season. Still has 2 years on his contract.

 

Didnt I read, on here i believe, that McQueen is still some way off, possibly another op ?

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Bertrand apparently was back in light training last Wednesday so you would imagine he will be back after the international break.

 

good news.

Im sure Djenepo only had a knock..That may be wrong.

 

Redmond is key, the international break has come at a good time given his injury

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So long as they’re all back for the derby I’ll be happy ;)[/

 

I wouldn’t be chucking any of the new players into the starting lineup for that one, it’s going to be brutal.

 

Daft thought, most of them have never played in a derby, if not all of them, so makes no odds how long they have been at the club.

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good news.

Im sure Djenepo only had a knock..That may be wrong.

 

Redmond is key, the international break has come at a good time given his injury

Djenepo was described as a muscle problem. That's more than a knock, but could be any degree of seriousness.

 

They'll be cautious with Redmond. Doubt we'll see him back before Chelsea.

 

Hopefully Bertrand will be back after the break. Will be a novelty having a LB.

 

Obafemi was cramp/tweak in his hamstring. Should be back but worrying how delicate he is. Wouldn't be surprised if N'Lundulu doesn't overtake him in the pecking order.

 

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Daft thought, most of them have never played in a derby, if not all of them, so makes no odds how long they have been at the club.

 

Daft and rude response. We could field a strong team that have played in derbies or and or internationals, Portsmouth is not the only derby. Anyway, getting way off topic.

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Daft thought, most of them have never played in a derby, if not all of them, so makes no odds how long they have been at the club.

 

Daft and rude response. We could field a strong team that have played in derbies or and or internationals, Portsmouth is not the only derby. Anyway, getting way off topic.

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