Probably. I only got to 2 games last season and we lost both.
That’s ok. I went to 19 home games. I think we lost them as well.
I can’t vote for any option that has my recommendation . (Errrm…)
Heavy defeat incoming, Ralph goes to top of odds list on Next Manager Sacked. Relieved of duties within a week and replaced a week later by Sean Dyche.
Now I’m upset,
@Waylander not even voting for his own option…
Bookies offering 2/1 for Everton win which I have invested on so obviously it it not going to happen.
Y’know, with anything in life, easy to win at it with in the top line of the discipline but could Tuchel do it on a rainy Monday night in Southampton?? Not saying he would ever, ever come here but these wankers who reckon they are “too good for” (insert team here) would have their reputations cemented as a great if they came from a Top 6 club to a mid table team or below and pushed them up the league. Easy manager jobs don’t always make you a good manager
There was a time when he was very heavily linked with us, I think either when Koeman left or before he came.
which I have invested on
Interesting use of the word “invested”.
Cunt Sutton Speaks and is still a cunt.
Southampton v Everton
I don’t really know what to make of Southampton. They sometimes play with blood and thunder under Ralph Hasenhuttl, but other times they don’t seem to attack very much at all.
Everton have been better recently but, along with Newcastle they are the draw specialists in the Premier League this season, and I can see the points being shared again here.
Sutton’s prediction: 1-1
Al’s prediction: I can see why both of these teams are in the bottom half of the table - they are both so inconsistent. 1-0
And to help our cause for this evening I am watching Warrior Nun on Netflix
I may miss the outcome of this match as its a 10pm kick off and I have been celebrating a Saints win starting with Orange juice and Vodka whilst you lot were still under the influence of the Sandman.
The international break will have given Ralph lots of time to think. Which will be disastrous.
6 changes from the last game
Southampton XI: Bazunu, Walker-Peters, Bella-Kotchap, Larios, Caleta-Car, Maitland-Niles, S Armstrong, Ward-Prowse, Aribo, Mara, Adams.
Subs: McCarthy, Perraud, Salisu, Edozie, Elyounoussi, Diallo, Walcott, Djenepo, A Armstrong.
We need to come out shooting with both barrels with all those names in the startiing line up.