Saints v Bournemouth
Saturday, 28th April 2018
- Tadic 25’, 54’
- King 45’+1
So, that’s what winning feels like!
The players gave absolutely everything
Outstanding performance and two goals from Tadić
A blinding one handed save from McCarthy in injury time
Swansea v Saints
Tuesday, 8th May 2018
- Gabbiadini 72’
A fantastic away win, under intense pressure
It may well be enough to ensure remaining in the Premier League
With an effective goal difference of 10, they need to ensure they better Swansea’s result on Sunday
Saints are home to champions Manchester City
Swansea are home to already relegated Stoke
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History of the Saints
This was uploaded to YouTube from a Saints fans Video collection. Made by Meridian Films in 1990, it has never been released on DVD and as such, there is a whole generation of fans who will never have seen it.
A word of warning though, it runs to just over 1 hour 27 minutes, so be prepared to settle down for a while...
2018 FACup, Semi-Final
Chelsea v Southampton
Sunday, 22nd April 2018
Saints reached the Semi-Finals of this seasons FACup, but that was as good as it got, with Chelsea running out 2-0 winners.
The final will be Manchester United v Chelsea, which will probably please the money men.
Rickie Lambert Retires
Monday, 2nd October 2017
On the 2nd October 2017 Rickie Lambert announced his retirement. One of Saints favourite sons, he joined the club in 2009 and the journey began, starting on -10 points at the foot of Division One and then achieving two succesive promotions, to finally reach the Premier League.
His 117 goals scored across 5 seasons were instrumental in the progress of the club and IBO has written a tribute to the big man's career.
Just click on the button below to read it
2017-18 Home Page
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Other than the two latest games mentioned on this page, all the other match reports of games played so far this season, including Cup games, descriptions of players signed this season and a tribute to Rickie Lambert's career, can all be found by clicking on the button below
Southampton Manager, Mark Hughes