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WestSussexSaint added 22:15 - May 8
Phew!
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WestSussexSaint added 22:16 - May 8
Phew!
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codge added 22:27 - May 8
Well done lads,what a difference in there desire and attitude since the change of manager. A fabulous result for everyone from the fans and the club as a whole.Coyr.
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helpineedsomebody added 22:27 - May 8
over to you now MR GAO
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SanMarco added 00:55 - May 9
That was nerve-shreddingly tense. We deserved to win and Hughes has definitely brought a more common sense approach. I need a day or two to get used to the fact that we are NOT going down! Well done Saints and all the fans that were there.

Glad to see that the swing needed is 10, not a paltry 9. I think Man City will have to do most of the work on that because Swansea don't look like they are going to put 5 or 6 against anyone.
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TimSaint added 01:50 - May 9
Simply - get the fvck in there !!

Set up to frustrate in the first half - but apart from 2 great Austin chances, us fans were the only ones frustrated !!

Much better in 2nd half and the injury to Bed probably did us a favour, as it meant putting an extra man further up the pitch and we were more organised at the back - winning headers instead of everyone leaving it for everyone else !!

On another night, Austin could have had a hatrick and we could have also scored from Long, Tadic and Gab. We had by far the better chances and Swans didn't really create many clear cut chances - so we can see why they are where they are !!

Great atmosphere and support from the Saints fans and superb to see the players so pumped when they came over at the end. Loads of shirts into the crowd and Charlie launched his boots into the disabled section !! Only moan apart from the hotel and bus fiascos, was the Booing from the Swans fans as Bednarek was being stretchered off !! (Not even 2 x M4 diversions could ruin the journey home !!)
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Wembley76 added 15:45 - May 9
Never gonna be pretty........ But the result was purely and truly delightful on so many levels!
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KriSaint added 22:33 - May 9
Congratulations to not only Mark Hughes and the players but everybody involved with and/or supporting the club and a big thank You to Manolo Gabbiadini for the one goal of the match and to Alex McCarthy for a copy of his world class save against Everton.
As Nail biting affair as expected. The players and Hughes showed courage and believe and job well done.
I am so glad avoiding being a nerve reck until the final whistle on sunday and avoiding depression there after.
It´s tough being a Saints fan sometimes , but it has been my club for almost 40 years and will forever be <3
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