Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Ben Smi » Fri, 14 May 2004 07:40:17


Southampton 3-3 Newcastle
Wednesday 12th May 2004
F.A. Barclaycard Premiership
St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
Referee: G Poll
Attendance: 31,815

SOUTHAMPTON GOALSCORERS: James Beattie (19 mins), Titus Bramble (OG,
39 mins), Leandre Griffit (88 mins).

NEWCASTLE UNITED GOALSCORERS: Shola Ameobi (7 mins), Lee Bowyer (35
mins), Darren Ambrose (90 mins).

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by ibro » Fri, 14 May 2004 07:58:54


Quote:
> Southampton 3-3 Newcastle
> Wednesday 12th May 2004
> F.A. Barclaycard Premiership
> St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
> Referee: G Poll
> Attendance: 31,815

> SOUTHAMPTON GOALSCORERS: James Beattie (19 mins), Titus Bramble (OG,
> 39 mins), Leandre Griffit (88 mins).

> NEWCASTLE UNITED GOALSCORERS: Shola Ameobi (7 mins), Lee Bowyer (35
> mins), Darren Ambrose (90 mins).

As if we didn't already ***ing know.

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Victoria Barret » Fri, 14 May 2004 08:11:13

Quote:

>As if we didn't already ***ing know.

Quite. And when replying to the Ben Troll please x-out the scores in
headers since it's posted to newsgroups which may have that stricture.
I myself was going to watch this match on tape...thanks.

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by NewcastleyCelticF » Fri, 14 May 2004 08:41:33

Quote:
>Quite. And when replying to the Ben Troll please x-out the scores in
>headers since it's posted to newsgroups which may have that stricture.
>I myself was going to watch this match on tape...thanks.

Im crestfallen, no heartbroken, no....destroyed....I, unlike others, am not a
Bramble-basher, but he simply must enhance his improving qualities while
ridding hiself of these mental mistakes, or the brute must be gone by the early
window. And that shameful look on Mr. Sheppard's face should be looked at in
the mirror. We better spend on some defence, midfield, and a youthful striker
to join up with Shearer as his mentor. I am sure someone in the Middle East
will take the Human Hamstring Injury that is C. Bellamy. And someone, anyone,
take Gary Speed for a bag of balls, PLEASE!
Slainte'
Mike
 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Grey Hamste » Fri, 14 May 2004 08:44:21


Quote:

> >As if we didn't already ***ing know.

> Quite. And when replying to the Ben Troll please x-out the scores in
> headers since it's posted to newsgroups which may have that stricture.
> I myself was going to watch this match on tape...thanks.

Why would you look at a newsgroup where the latest football results are
likely to be discussed if you don't want to know the result?
 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Joe Col » Fri, 14 May 2004 08:53:46

Amoebi, apart from scoring, he's simply***poor. He looks clumpsy and
clueless on all front.
Quote:

> Southampton 3-3 Newcastle
> Wednesday 12th May 2004
> F.A. Barclaycard Premiership
> St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
> Referee: G Poll
> Attendance: 31,815

> SOUTHAMPTON GOALSCORERS: James Beattie (19 mins), Titus Bramble (OG,
> 39 mins), Leandre Griffit (88 mins).

> NEWCASTLE UNITED GOALSCORERS: Shola Ameobi (7 mins), Lee Bowyer (35
> mins), Darren Ambrose (90 mins).

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Betagam » Fri, 14 May 2004 09:22:02


Quote:
> Amoebi, apart from scoring, he's simply***poor. He looks clumpsy and
> clueless on all front.

Don't be absurd.  ameobi has looked a real class act since coming back into
the team.  his upper body strength is superb and he appears to be finally
learning from Shearer how to hold off a man.  His goal was a brilliant
example of this.
Lets hope Mr Erriksson was taking note and considers these facts when he
next goes to put Emile Heskey's name on a teamsheet.
 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Grey Hamste » Fri, 14 May 2004 09:22:55


Quote:
> Amoebi, apart from scoring, he's simply***poor. He looks clumpsy and
> clueless on all front.

I thought he was a bit of a handful in the first half, but faded out in the
second...
Quote:

> > Southampton 3-3 Newcastle
> > Wednesday 12th May 2004
> > F.A. Barclaycard Premiership
> > St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
> > Referee: G Poll
> > Attendance: 31,815

> > SOUTHAMPTON GOALSCORERS: James Beattie (19 mins), Titus Bramble (OG,
> > 39 mins), Leandre Griffit (88 mins).

> > NEWCASTLE UNITED GOALSCORERS: Shola Ameobi (7 mins), Lee Bowyer (35
> > mins), Darren Ambrose (90 mins).

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Victoria Barret » Fri, 14 May 2004 10:59:39



Quote:
>Why would you look at a newsgroup where the latest football results are
>likely to be discussed if you don't want to know the result?

Because it's a rule we adhere to out of consideration? Listen, we all
have different newsgroups and guidelines. We can only leave it up to
each person to help us out.
 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Philocophu » Fri, 14 May 2004 14:00:37

No one can stop anyone from putting the scores in the heading. What can you
do? There is nothing wrong with that in my case.

Philocophus

************


Quote:


> >Why would you look at a newsgroup where the latest football results are
> >likely to be discussed if you don't want to know the result?

> Because it's a rule we adhere to out of consideration? Listen, we all
> have different newsgroups and guidelines. We can only leave it up to
> each person to help us out.

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Victoria Barret » Fri, 14 May 2004 14:09:39

On Thu, 13 May 2004 06:00:37 +0100, "Philocophus"

Quote:

>No one can stop anyone from putting the scores in the heading. What can you
>do? There is nothing wrong with that in my case.

You're quite right. It's a courtesy which is left to each person to
adhere to, which 99% of people do.

On that note, lads, good night. :)

 
 
 

Southampton 3-3 Newcastle

Post by Grey Hamste » Fri, 14 May 2004 17:45:01


Quote:


> >Why would you look at a newsgroup where the latest football results are
> >likely to be discussed if you don't want to know the result?

> Because it's a rule we adhere to out of consideration? Listen, we all
> have different newsgroups and guidelines. We can only leave it up to
> each person to help us out.

Surely that's virtually impossible to enforce in a non-moderated newsgroup?