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Another great season for Southampton can only end with one inevitable summer of events.
The vultures that are the ‘bigger’ clubs are already circling as much like last year they look to patch up their own failings by trying to be a little more ‘Southampton’.
The two major focal points of that speculation so far have been Morgan Schneiderlin and Nathaniel Clyne. Both have been linked to the usual suspects, Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs in the main, but the most recent rumour regarding Clyne can only be too good to be true.
There is a suggestion that Manchester United would be prepared to offer cash and Javier Hernandez to tempt Saints into a deal. Now, Nathaniel Clyne has been consistently superb in a Southampton shirt, let’s make no mistake about that, but is there a Saints fan around that would…
A home game against struggling Hull City might be just what the doctor ordered after yet another frustrating Goodison Park experience.
I have taken no pleasure in the fact I predicted the Tigers to be relegated some months ago, and ever since they have set about fulfilling my prophecy and have consistently made their way down the table, now just one place and two points above the drop zone.
Having won only two games in twelve, both of which came at the KC Stadium against fellow strugglers, Steve Bruce’s team should pose no threat to today’s opposition, but if any team knows what the threat of top flight demotion can bring out in a team, it’s the Saints.
We’ve been here before. Saturday’s defeat to Everton was not the first time I have said Southampton were the better side but didn’t take their chances and I’m sure it won’t be the last.
Tim Howard’s heroics denying Graziano Pelle and James Ward-Prowse aside, Saints didn’t create enough clear cut chances or trouble the American enough in relation to their dominance and that is an issue for Ronald Koeman to deal with as we head into an important run-in.
To stutter now and not get European football would be a sad end to a fantastic season for Saints, and they must find their goalscoring touch again to make it happen.
It is sod’s law of course that Everton scored with their only real opportunity, and that it would coincide with a rare piece of poor defending from their opponents, but this is the Premier League and…
The last time Southampton won in the blue half of Merseyside the winning goals were scored by Matthew Le Tissier and Kevin Davies. Ex-Everton man Dave Jones was in the Saints dugout that day and no manager since has taken three points from Goodison Park.
But this is a season that is yet again heading for record breaking feats for Ronald Koeman’s team and now would be the perfect time to end that winless run at Everton.
On paper this year Saints have more than enough to beat an Everton side who have suffered a huge hangover from finishing fifth in the last campaign. In fact, the impeccable St. Mary’s team behind the scenes will no doubt have cast an eye towards Goodison Park to see what has gone wrong for them, and how they have coped with the demands of the Europa League, after all…
Before the England squad was announced there were strong rumours Southampton left back Ryan Bertrand would be included for the first time since 2012.
This was no surprise to the regulars at St. Mary’s, as Bertrand has established himself as one of the most consistent performers in the best defence in the Premier League this season, playing a key role in his side’s chase for European football.
Neutrals were also suggesting the ex-Chelsea man should be there because, on form, this season he has arguably been the best left sided full-back in the league – English or otherwise.
But when the squad was announced last week, Bertrand was a notable absentee.
You might understand that were the competition in his position fierce, but Roy Hodgson called up Leighton Baines (part of an Everton team having a considerably…
If like me you spent your formative years in the early 1990’s you will be familiar with an incredibly funny duo whose collection of comic characters and sketches are fondly remembered by us all.
You will have swung your pants with The Singing Corner, wondered which hapless celebrity was going to enrage barbers Ken and Eddie Kennedy and enjoyed some Pot Fish sponsored rave nights all from the comfort of your living room on a Saturday morning. Though you may have watched them religiously every week like I did, you may, as I was be ignorant to the fact that Trevor Neal of ‘Trevor & Simon’ fame is a Saint just like us.
I read an article Trevor had written for the Huffington Post in which he spoke of meeting Paul Weller in Debenhams in the city during the 70’s and I wondered then if he might be red an white, this was later confirmed when I saw some tweets of his in which he mentioned Saints.
I was lucky enough to catch some time with Trevor and talk about his life as a Saint.
When did you know you were a Saints fan?
TN ‘I grew up in Southampton and lived there until I was 18 – it was the natural way of things to support The Saints (although before I was old enough to know better in 1972, aged 9 years old, I have to confess that I owned a Leeds United kit (sorry!) – but I think that was only because I liked the sock tabs with numbers on!). My dad was a police dog handler in Southampton and he was occasionally on duty at The Dell (ask your grandparents, kids!) so when I was very young he used to bring home team autographs, which was always very exciting. When I was about 12 years old I went to see the Saints play at the Dell with some school mates and we loved it. We started going regularly after that and used to go and stand in what they called “the chocolate boxes” because as I remember, that’s where families and younger supporters would watch the games. Later we joined the Milton Road end terrace where the main singing and chanting happened. I remember it being really good fun – but this was the 1970s – so being quite young and small it was a bit scary at times too. I remember things getting a bit “lively” at times – particularly when Man United visited.’
Who have been your favourite characters involved with the club over the years? Any you’d think would make good comedy performers?
TN ‘I have to admit I had a bit of a break following football from about 1977, when I discovered Punk Rock and girls, until about the year 2000 when a mate encouraged me to join a Fantasy Football league – so it would be dishonest to pretend I was anything but a part-time supporter really! Anyway I won the Fantasy Football League that season with my team – (which was called Treverton – nothing to do with Everton – just a daft pun) and my star striker was Marians Pahars. I also had Wayne Bridge in defence. The prize money for winning the league was £50 – but I never received it – otherwise I would definitely owe it all to those key Saints players! When I was a kid, players like Ron Davies, Terry Paine and Mick Channon were favourites. In 1976, following the FA cup win, I lined the streets of Southampton to congratulate the team with everyone else, holding a banner which I’d made out of an old bed sheet, proudly aloft which read “Laurie’s Miracle Men”. I think some other fans were a bit miffed that I was suggesting the win was a “miracle” and not through sheer skill and determination – which it obviously was as well – but I still think there was a hint of the miracle about the whole occasion! Bobby Stokes will always be a favourite for that reason. During that season I remember me and my mates used to think the substitute Hugh Fisher was a bit of a comedy performer – but we were just cheeky teenagers and I’m sure it was completely unfair!’
Having performed all over the country, has football and supporting Saints got you into any trouble on stage?
TN ‘Football has never really got me into any trouble at all – I’ve never taken it that seriously – but whenever I have performed in and around the Portsmouth area – I know how to wind up the audience!’
Do you get to St. Mary’s much?
TN ‘I’m ashamed to say that I have never visited St Mary’s. I live in Broadstairs now in East Kent, which is nearer to Belgium than Southampton, so I don’t visit my old home often these days. My son is an Arsenal supporter (don’t blame me!) so a friend arranged for me to take him to watch Saints play Arsenal at the Emirates a few seasons ago – it was a difficult day for me. I was surrounded by Gunners cheering and celebrating as they beat Saints 6-1. My son thought it was the best day ever.’
Do you think Saints can achieve European Football this season?
TN ‘Why not? They were more closely in the running a few months back maybe but I’d like to think it could still happen. Doesn’t look like anyone’s going to catch Chelsea but there’s still room for a bit of change below them. It would be fantastic if they can do it – like 1976. If they do I’ll pull the sheet off my bed and make another banner – “Ronald’s Miracle Men”’
I think Simon is a Manchester City fan, not many bragging rights for you at the moment, but both clubs have had some ups and downs over the years, did you console each other trough it or take the mick?
TN ‘We’re both similar in that we’ve come back to football late in life. Simon was a childhood City fan in the days of Mike Summerbee. He’s very passionate about City now but neither of us take it seriously enough to worry about any rivalry. We gently tease each other sometimes and occasionally we even back each other’s side but only when they’re playing against Chelsea or United!’
What would Ken and Eddie have made of Kevin Keegan’s haircut?
TN ‘When Roger Daltrey visited Ken and Eddie’s barber shop they were offended when he asked for a perm in reverse because of course they “don’t do perms” backwards or forwards – but I think a Reverse Perm is what Kevin would need.’
‘Kevin Keegan had the ultimate “footballer’s haircut” – his hair was shaped like a football.’
Trev & Simon, along with Sophie Aldred (Ace in Dr Who), are launching a new comedy sci-fi audio podcast called Strangeness in Space – full details at www.strangenessinspace.com, check it out!