Opinion: Pochettino could be the answer for Tottenham – originally posted on Soccerlens.com Tim Sherwood never stood a chance at Tottenham. From the moment he took over from Andre Villas-Boas, the former Spurs player was regarded with suspicion from many in the support-base, who, thanks to his persona, saw him as nothing more … Read More → From Soccerlens.com – Football News
Arsenal are looking at Calum Chambers as a replacement to Bacary Sagna this summer
Manchester United are confident of beating Chelsea to the signature of Southampton’s Luke Shaw.
Arsenal are considering a summer move for Southampton defender Calum Chambers to replace Bacary Sagna.
Londoners have stepped up interest in Southampton full-back with Bacary Sagna out of contract in June and still to decide on his future
Over the last two transfer windows, Celtic boss Neil Lennon has helplessly witnessed his side’s key players swap Parkhead for the Premier League. In the summer, he lost Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper to Southampton and Norwich City respectively, while during January, Crystal Palace took advantage of Joe Ledley’s contract situation to lure the midfielder […]
Evertonians can catch all the action from Saturday’s trip to Southampton in the more familiar surroundings of Goodison Park.The away allocation for the game at St. Mary’s Stadium (12.45pm kick-off) ha…
Southampton left-back lured by £100,000-a-week contract David Moyes laid groundwork for transfer before sacking Follow our live blog on Manchester United Continue reading… …
Sky Sports understands Turkey’s biggest clubs are battling to sign Sunderland star Sebastian Larsson, who looks set to depart England this summer.
Sky Sports understands Turkey’s biggest clubs are battling to sign Sunderland star Sebastian Larsson, who looks set to depart England this summer.
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Saints maintain their push for League One promotion by scoring two late goals to beat Brighton at The Withdean Stadium. For the latest news from around the Club, visit our official website: Follow us on Twitter:
The St Mary’s turf has been given a makeover ready for Saturday’s game with their groundsmen showing all their creative touch.
Manchester United have not sacked a manager since 1986. There have been eight England managers appointed since then, 15 permanent occupants of the same role at Manchester City and five Prime Ministers since the day that Martin Edwards told Ron Atkinson his time was up after a League Cup defeat to Southampton. Other than a bumpy ride around the late 1980s, this is a club that had convinced itself that sacking managers was something other people did, while they tutted and nodded sagely in the direction of their much-vaunted, seldom-replicated “continuity”.
Alex Oxlade-Chamerlain believes Arsenal still have to bring their A-game to their three remaining fixtures if they are to secure a Champions League position.The Gunners sit a point ahead of fifth placed Everton with three league games remaining in the season.Arsene Wenger’s men face Newcastle, West Brom and Norwich as they conclude their season in the league. While Everton face Southampton, Manchester City and Hull City.And Oxlade-Chamberlain knows the Gunners have no room for error, with an inferior goal difference to the Toffees to also consider.He said:”You’ve got to feel confident and believe that you can do it. We know it’s not going to be easy.
Manchester United have not sacked a manager since 1986. There have been eight England managers appointed since then, 15 permanent occupants of the same role at Manchester City and five Prime Ministers since the day that Martin Edwards told Ron Atkinson his time was up after a League Cup defeat to Southampton. Other than a bumpy ride around the late 1980s, this is a club that had convinced itself that sacking managers was something other people did, while they tutted and nodded sagely in the direction of their much-vaunted, seldom-replicated “continuity”.
Manchester United have not sacked a manager since 1986. There have been eight England managers appointed since then, 15 permanent occupants of the same role at Manchester City and five Prime Ministers since the day that Martin Edwards told Ron Atkinson his time was up after a League Cup defeat to Southampton. Other than a bumpy ride around the late 1980s, this is a club that had convinced itself that sacking managers was something other people did, while they tutted and nodded sagely in the direction of their much-vaunted, seldom-replicated “continuity”.
Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0 ; Aston Villa 0 Southampton 0 – Only one point in the last 15, but at leastMOMS the original Villa source My Old Man Said
Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama is targeting a record points haul to cap off a fantastic season for the Saints.
Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama is targeting a record points haul to cap off a fantastic season for the Saints.
Bournemouth are set to earn 25 per cent of any future transfer fee for Adam Lallana, prompting Southampton to charge an inflated price for the England star.
Manchester United have been told that the signing of Southampton’s Adam Lallana won’t come cheap, as his former club Bournemouth are owed 25 percent of the transfer fee
Ralph Ellis runs you through WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEKEND. This week, 18-year-old Southampton full back Luke Shaw proves he still has things to improve on.
Villa halted a dire run of four successive defeats with a gritty point against clearly superior Southampton side
Aston Villa manager is seeking £20m for new players this summer after 0-0 draw with Southampton edges them closer to Premier League safety
After a turbulent week for Aston Villa, many of us were hoping the football would give us a lift. It didn’t. The adjective I would use to describe yesterday’s performance is very different to Paul Lambert’s odd, if unsurprising, choice of “excellent”
Arsenal are reportedly attempting to land Luke Shaw from Southampton this summer, but have recently been linked with another Saints starlet by the name of Callum Slattery, according to The Sunday People. The 16-year-old midfielder is currently plying his trade and playing regularly for the Southampton youth set-up and has been offered a pro contract
Possible Manchester United Starting XI Next Season? – originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United‘s unceremonious fall from grace has been without doubt the most talked about topic throughout the course of the current Premier League season. Liverpool’s rapid ascent to greatness, Manchester City retaining the Capital One Cup and Alan Pardew’s epic head-butt incident … Read More → From Soccerlens.com – Football News
Southampton striker Rickie Lambert has vowed to stay with the Saints this summer and beyond, as reported by Sky Sports. The former Bristol Rovers man believes he can finish his career on the south coast despite being linked with a move away this summer, with West Ham and Everton both interested. The future of manager […]
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United will happily pay £27million for the Southampton left-back, but he needs to make up his mind before the Old Trafford club switch targets
The picture above has started doing the rounds on Manchester United forums, showing David Moyes, with assistants Phil Neville and Steve Round, next to Steve Bruce at Villa Park today. It must be pointed out of course, that Manchester United play Southampton on the final day of the Premier League season so Moyes had every
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino claimed that a lack of a cutting edge denied his side three points when they visited Villa Park today. The blank against Aston Villa was the second successive game in which the Saints failed to score a goal. Pochettino, speaking through an interpreter, also brought attention to what he felt was
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert was in high spirits after seeing his side play out a goalless draw at home to Southampton. Despite hovering dangerously close to the relegation zone, Lambert thinks that this result could be a big one in Villa’s relegation battle. Lambert, speaking to Aston Villa TV, said, “You get big points
Aston Villa captain Ron Vlaar said the 0-0 draw with Southampton earned them a “massive point” in their battle against relegation.
Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama was delighted to return from injury but was disappointed at his team’s inability to break down stubborn Aston Villa.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino was left frustrated after his side were denied a late penalty during the goalless draw at Aston Villa.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino was left frustrated after his side were denied a late penalty during the goalless draw at Aston Villa.
Paul Lambert believes the point Villa battled for in their goal-less draw against Southampton is massive in their fight for Premier League survival
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Jack Woodward is joined by pundit Tony Morley, manager Paul Lambert, man of the match Marc Albrighton and debutant Callum Robinson to discuss draw. For the full interviews subscribe to AVTV.
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Victor Wanyama says he’s pleased to have returned to action after a long spell out, but admits he’s disappointed not to have taken all three points from today’s trip to Aston Villa. For the latest news from around the Club, visit our official website: Follow us on Twitter:
Manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Southampton were denied a “clear penalty” in their 0-0 Premier League draw away at Aston Villa.
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Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino was satisfied with his side’s performance levels in today’s goalless draw at Aston Villa, but admitted he was unhappy with their profligacy in front of goal. For the latest news from around the Club, visit our official website: Follow us on Twitter:
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert was pleased to end a difficult week with a goalless draw at home to Southampton that inched them closer to Premier League safety.