Southampton

Southampton are currently plying their trade in League One.

Why Goal Difference is crucial to Premier League survival

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It's often said Goal difference is an indicator of how well a club is going. It can also indicate the competitiveness of an entire league.

The Round-Up: Arsenal Zero In On Philippe Mexes

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It should come as absolutely no surprise that, over the course of the weekend, Arsenal suffered yet another setback in terms of Thomas Vermaelen's agonisingly slow comeback from an Achilles twinge.

Is Alan Pardew Really An Improvement On Chris Hughton?

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As we cross the cusp from morning to afternoon, it is being widely reported that Newcastle are within hours of appointing Alan Pardew as...

Liverpool’s Melodrama Is Just The Tip Of The Dog Turd

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Whereas I have to admit that Liverpool's ongoing takeover saga has provided good copy since their boardroom civil war broke out nine days ago,...

Wednesday Move Top – League One Weekend Round-Up

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Sheffield Wednesday moved to the top of the embryonic League One table after demolishing Hartlepool 5-0. ‘The Owls’ were 2-0 up in ten minutes...

The League One Review

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A great second week to League One has seen 31 goals scored in the 10 fixtures this week and plenty of incidents and action...

League One 2009/2010 Season Preview

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We're now over halfway through Soccerlens' full season preview ahead of the big League kickoff this weekend. Today we're up to League 1, which...

Southampton sold to Markus Liebherr

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Southampon FC has been sold to DMWSL613 Limited (owned by Swiss national Markus Liebherr) for an undisclosed sum (reportedly £12.5m). Markus Liebherr also...

Surviving the summer in the football league

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Calculators and collection buckets look to be the order of the day this summer as at least three football league clubs - Southampton, Stockport...

Saints Pray For Divine Intervention

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When Lord Mawhinney last week voiced his fears that a big name club could go out of business if football's worst excesses weren't reigned...

Who makes your football kits?

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Here's a list of football shirt manufacturers and the clubs they make kits for in the Football League: Adidas: Chelsea, Derby, Liverpool, Newcastle United Bukta: Chesterfield,...

The great race for the Premiership – Bristol City and West Brom make a...

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Before I start, I'd just like to write a few words about Teddy Sheringham who has announced his retirement from playing at the end...