Saints U21s enjoyed a fabulous night at St Mary's as they were crowned U21 Premier League Cup winners. Martin Hunter's side played well throughout, but needed extra-time to see off a well organised Blackburn side. Read full report
Saints' disappointing recent away form continued at The Britannia Stadium with a defeat to Stoke. The game was fairly evenly matched. Saints played ok, but eventually came up short against a more ruthless home side. Read full report
Saints moved up to 5th with an important win against Hull. Ronald Koeman's side were largely poor in the first-half, and passable in the second. The visitors didn't have enough quality to take advantage of Saints' slack play. Read full report
Saints went down to a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Everton. Aside from a brief period early on, the game was fairly flat. Saints were pedestrian going forward, and Everton weren't much better. Ronald Koeman's men are certainly out of the Champions League race now, if they weren't already. Read full report
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Saints made it 7 points from 9 with a relatively comfortable win over Burnley. The home side just about edged it in the first-half, and were well on top in second. Saints remain in 6th place with 8 games to go. Read full report
Saints U21s overcame Liverpool at Staplewood on Monday night. Martin Hunter named a very experienced team, with Florin Gardos, James Ward-Prowse and Filip Djuricic among those dropping down. Will Wood was the only starter without a first team appearance to his name. Read full report
Saints held league leaders Chelsea to a draw following a determined display at Stamford Bridge. Ronald Koeman's side caused the visitors plenty of problems, particularly in the first half, but also defended well as a team throughout. Both sides had opportunities to win it, but were denied by some inspired goalkeeping. The point lifts Saints one place to 6th. Read full report
Saints progressed to the final of the U21 Cup with another impressive attacking display at St Mary's. All the goals came during the first-half, which was played at a high tempo. Saints effectively killed the game off in the second, remaining disciplined and organised throughout. Martin Hunter's side will now face Blackburn in a two-legged final. Read full report
Saints got back to winning ways with a solid display against Crystal Palace. Ronald Koeman's side had to be patient, but their persistence eventually paid off. The win lifts Saints back up to 5th in the table. Read full report
Saints' poor form continued at the Hawthorns with another defeat. The visitors were outfought in the early stages, and couldn't break West Brom down, despite some attacking improvements in the second-half. Read full report
Saints U21s were held to a 0-0 draw by Tottenham in an evenly matched contest at St Mary's. The two sides cancelled each other out in the first half. Spurs got a grip of the ball in the second half, but Saints defended well and occasionally looked threatening on the break. Read full report
Saints were left frustrated in front of goal once again, losing 2-0 to Liverpool. Ronald Koeman's side were hardly outclassed, but unlike the visitors, didn't take their chances. Liverpool are now just a point behind 5th place Saints. Read full report
Saints U21s progressed to the semi-finals of the cup with another impressive performance against Watford. Martin Hunter's side will come up against Derby at home in the next round for a place in the final. Read full report
Saints were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw against West Ham at St Mary's. The home side were dominant throughout, but couldn't find a way through The Hammers' rigid defence, even with a man advantage. The result leaves Saints 4th in the table. Read full report
Sadio Mane kept Saints' Champions League hopes very much alive with a vital last minute winner at Loftus Road. Ronald Koeman's side played reasonably well throughout, but were left frustrated in front of goal until the very end. Read full report
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Saints' Champions League hopes were dealt a blow following a 1-0 defeat to Swansea. The home side saw a lot of the ball, but were made to pay for their profligacy in front of goal. Ronald Koeman's side are now in 4th, with the chasing pack closing in. Read full report
In this article we track how the players who left in the summer have done in the intervening months, and ponder whether they and the club itself are better or worse off as a result. Read full article
Saints were dumped out of the FA Cup 4th round by an impressive Crystal Palace side. The Eagles were the superior outfit for the majority of the match and fully deserved their victory. Saints were uncharacteristically sloppy and couldn't quite match Palace for intensity. Read full report
Saints managed to grind out another away win at Newcastle, maintaining a place in the top three. Ronald Koeman's men weren't quite at their best, but did just enough to secure the three points. Read full report
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