- Sat Feb 3 12:55 AM
Check off San Francisco and make it 17 straight wins for No. 13 Saint Mary's. The streak is the second longest this season and a school record for the Gaels. It's San Diego's turn as the Toreros get a shot at ending the streak and not being the 18th consecutive victim when the Gaels travel to Jen...
- Wed Jan 31 11:50 PM
Cook Heads To Barrow Vitalfootball: Southampton: 31/01/2018 23:31:08 A short time ago this evening Southampton confirmed that young defender Ollie Barrow had headed to Conference Premier side AFV Barrow on a loan spell until
- Wed Jan 31 10:49 PM
Three points behind United with 13 matches to go. We've got Spurs at home, United away and Chelsea away. The other 10 matches are Southampton, Everton, Palace and West Brom away, plus West Ham, Watford, Newcastle, Bournemouth, Stoke City and Brighton a
- Wed Jan 31 5:44 PM
Southampton are interested in signing Erik Lamela from Tottenham, according to the Independent. The Saints have emerged as contenders to sign the Argentine on deadline day. However, Lamela’s former club Roma are also believed to hold an interest. The Independent claims Tottenham would only sancti...
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- Wed Jan 31 3:28 PM
This is not a rumor. This is ITK. A byproduct of Tottenham Hotspur signing a pacy winger in Lucas Moura (almost done guys!) and the deadline of the January transfer window is that Spurs are going to be mentioned in all kinds of dumb rumors for all of its wide midfielders that are perceived to be...
- Wed Jan 31 3:11 PM
Follow On Twitter - Southampton v Brighton - 31-1- Vitalfootball: Brighton: 31/01/2018 15:11:52 Brighton go to St Mary's as the visitors to Southampton today, this will be a 7:45pm kick-off.
- Wed Jan 31 3:08 PM
Southampton v Brighton - Follow On Twitter - 31-1-18 Vitalfootball: Southampton: 31/01/2018 15:08:16 Southampton are at St Mary's with Brighton the visitors today, this will be a 7:45pm kick-off.
- Wed Jan 31 11:42 AM
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|Overall I can't be disappointed with that performance,
Hughes said. We created more efforts on goal.
Jose has been successful in every club he's been at. He's an astute manager, he always has a plan,
Clearly, Leicester are still dealing with the tragic loss of their owner. I'd imagine there's still a lot of emotion around every game they play,
said Southampton manager Mark Hughes. We will have to deal with that in our own way, along with being respectful to them as well.
There's always questions, there's always noise,
Hughes said. There's always an opportunity for people to question your position or your work.