Predictable outcome at the Hawthorns!

Imagine being surprised that Southampton didn’t score today? To be honest there can’t have been a more easier fixture to predict in all of football today.

You know exactly what you are coming up against when you take on a side managed by Tony Pulis, they will be well organised and difficult to break down. What you definitely don’t want to do is go behind early and give them a lead to protect, especially if you are struggling to convert chances yourselves. 72 seconds. Well done lads.

As soon as Saido Berahino’s neat finish hit the back of the net, even the most optimistic Saints fan knew how this was going to pan out. The team looks absolutely bereft of ideas going forwards at the moment and today’s match could have gone on all night and no goal would…

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  1. Ron has done brilliantly from the day he walked through the door but I think he should ‘come out’ and explain why we didn’t get another front man during the window to help Pelle or give him a break. Elia seems to be a good player but he’s not a classic target man/striker and this problem has been apparent for weeks. Pelle must be knackered. He’s one of the oldest players yet has put in more shifts than almost anyone in the most intense league in the world. Ok, Long and poss. Rodriguez later will come back but we may have missed a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ to break up the big boys monopoly bearing in mind that Saints final position could determine our ability to attract (or lose) top players.

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