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29/10/2014: Stoke 2-3 Saints

Saints booked a place in the League Cup quarter finals with an exciting 3-2 win over Stoke. The visitors were well on top in the first half, and more than worthy of their two goal cushion. Stoke battled back in the 2nd half, but the best team won in the end. Read full report

25/10/2014: Saints 1-0 Stoke

Saints moved up to 2nd in the Premier League with a win against Stoke. Ronald Koeman's men put in an accomplished display in the first half, but were sloppy after the break. On the balance of play it was still the right result. Read full report

18/10/2014: Saints 8-0 Sunderland

Saints recorded their biggest ever victory over a desperate Sunderland side at St Marys. Ronald Koeman's men remain in 3rd, with a boosted goal difference. Read full report

05/10/2014: Tottenham 1-0 Saints

Saints' winning run came to an end at White Hart Lane, with Tottenham coming out on top in a turgid encounter. Mauricio Pochettino got the better of his former side, with Ronald Koeman's men rarely threatening going forward. Read full report

29/09/2014: Saints U21s 2-0 Norwich U21s

The U21s comfortably saw off Norwich at St Mary's on Monday. Martin Hunter was able to call on several players who have recently featured at first team level. Matt Targett, Jason McCarthy, Harrison Reed and Sam McQueen have all been part of Premier League squads this season. Lloyd Isgrove and Sam Gallagher also returned from injury, coming off the bench on the hour. Unsurprisingly, Saints were a lot more impressive than they had been in any of their four previous clashes. Read full report

27/09/2014: Saints 2-1 QPR

Saints made it six in a row with a hard-fought win over QPR. The home side were more than worthy of the three points, but up until the final whistle the game was still very much in the balance. Read full report

23/09/2014: Arsenal 1-2 Saints

Saints won at Arsenal for the first time in 27 years to earn a place in the 4th round of the League Cup. Ronald Koeman's men were well worthy of victory, having dominated the majority of the game. Read full report

20/09/2014: Swansea 0-1 Saints

Saints moved up to 2nd in the table with a 1-0 win at Swansea. Ronald Koeman's men were poor in the first half, but saw things turn in their favour after the home side were reduced to ten men. Read full report

13/09/2014: Saints 4-0 Newcastle

Saints hammered Newcastle 4-0 for the second season running. Ronald Koeman's men cut the visitors to pieces during the first 20 minutes, and had a couple of decent spells interspersed throughout the rest of the game. Read full report

12/09/2014: Tottenham U21s 3-2 Saints U21s

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Saints U21s lost for the first time in the league this season at Tottenham. The visitors threatened in spells, but Spurs were more than worthy of their win.Read full report

02/09/2014: Transfer Round-Up: Schneiderlin stays, Ramirez to Hull and much more

A detailed look at Saints' late transfer dealings Read full article

30/08/2014: West Ham 1-3 Saints

Saints secured their first league win of the season with an enterprising display at West Ham. Ronald Koeman's men were the best side throughout, but were particularly impressive in the 2nd half. Read full report

26/08/2014: Millwall 0-2 Saints

Ronald Koeman recorded his first competitive win as Southampton manager at Millwall, as his team progressed to the 3rd round of the League Cup. Saints were poor in the first half, but cruised to victory after the break. Read full report

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Every single first team match will be covered in detail, as will all of the big stories coming out of St Marys. U21 and U18 happenings will also be covered extensively. We also have an ever expanding section of player profiles, both former and current.

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