The 2021-22 Season
Saints on itsbeautifuloutside
So, the new season is upon us and itsbeautifuloutside will be covering the highs and lows of 'our' team's exploits. Being a Saints supporter is never easy, but after the end of the last season, when most of us never got to see our team in action in the Premier League, or at most got to see a single game.
As the season develops, have a look at the 2021-22 section from the main menu above, or click on this link to take you straight there.
As in prevous seasons we will cover Saints Premier League games, both home and away, the League Cup (now known by it's sponsors brand name) and the FACup games. There will also be a section on the players signed by the club in the Summer and January transfer windows.
Buckle up for the ride...
When Danny Ings dramatic transfer to Aston Villa happened, Saints wasted no time in firming up their interest in Armstrong, the bright light in an otherwise ordinary season for his club, Championship side, Blackburn Rovers.
Since his arrival at Blackburn in 2018, he has scored 49 goals in 130 appearances, with 29 of those coming in 43 appearances last season.
Just 5ft 8in in height, he is actually 3in shorter than Shane Long, but let's hope he brings slightly more to the party than that statistic...
World Cup & Euros
One of the things we do in the off-season is to cover World Cup, or Euro competitions. We have just finished covering the delayed 2020 Euros, which we decided to refer to as the 2021 Euros. You can find that particular coverage by clicking here
Next year we will have the abomination of a World Cup in Qatar in our Winter, with all the disruption that will bring to our domestic football programme. Ah well, money talks.
History of the Saints
This is hosted on YouTube GB and 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 26 minutes, so be prepared to settle down for a while...