- Fri Sep 29 2:27 PM
Pellegrino Expecting Tough Stoke Test Vitalfootball: Southampton: 29/09/2017 14:09:55 Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino has said he's expecting a very tough clash against Stoke City this weekend.
- Fri Sep 29 11:15 AM
The Saints Walking Wounded Injury News 29/09/2017 Vitalfootball: Southampton: 29/09/2017 11:07:42 Our weekly update looking at the injury table for Southampton FC and also comparing with all our competitors in the Premier League.
- Fri Sep 29 9:35 AM
Diouf Expecting Tough Southampton Test Vitalfootball: Stoke: 29/09/2017 09:26:43 Senegalese international Mame Diouf has said that although the fixture list looks prettier to Stoke City from here on out, he's still expecting a very tough test
- Thu Sep 28 5:24 PM
Pellegrino On Van Dijk & International Calls Vitalfootball: Southampton: 28/09/2017 16:59:17 Manager Mauricio Pellegrino has been speaking about the improving fitness of Virgil van Dijk and having so many players on international duty.
- Tue Sep 26 5:20 PM
Your MOTM v Southampton Was? Vitalfootball: Man Utd: 26/09/2017 17:06:02 Who was your winner?
- Tue Sep 26 3:47 PM
Long Gets Republic Call (26/9/17) Vitalfootball: Southampton: 26/09/2017 15:35:10 Southampton's Shane Long
has been called up by Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill for the coming international break.
- Mon Sep 25 8:27 PM
Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands deep in stoppage time during Saturday’s 1-0 win at Southampton. The boss momentarily stepped onto the field as the Saints made one final attack, winning a corner in the 94th minute. Referee Craig… Continue Reading →
- Mon Sep 25 1:09 PM
Mourinho Escapes Further Punishment Vitalfootball: Man Utd: 25/09/2017 12:56:57 Down at Southampton, on Saturday, as Manchester United battle out a hard-fought 1-0 victory, Jose Mourinho fell foul of the referee.
|There was was likelihood, considering it was Jon Moss, he would give a red card,
said Hughes. It was hard on us because I thought we were very comfortably and clearly we were going to see the game out quite comfortably in my view.
Having the sending-off and then referees not doing their job happens too often,
said Hughes. Before games we shouldn't as management teams worry about which referees we have got, but it happens too often and that's what everyone does, you worry about the referees about being strong enough...
We can still learn from the game itself and that is good from my point of view, in terms of leading into the Bournemouth game,
I don't think we'll fall into the trap of thinking that we got job done last weekend because we haven't. Nowhere near it,