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  1. 'Light at the end of the tunnel' for Livramentopublished at 14:00 6 December

    Tino Livramento has told his followers he's nearing a return for Southampton.

    The 20-year-old full-back last played in April having been sidelined with a knee injury.

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  2. Saints announce winter camppublished at 12:05 1 December

    Southampton have announced the club's first team will embark on a winter training camp in Spain from next week.

    The squad will be based on the southern coast of Andalucía as preparations continue for the resumption of the season against Lincoln in the League Cup on 21 December.

    Nathan Jones and his players will be at their camp in Spain from 5 December to 11 December.

  3. FA Cup third-round draw detailspublished at 15:09 28 November

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    The draw for the FA Cup third round takes place at Anfield this evening between 19:00 GMT and 19:30.

    It will be broadcast live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer and marks the entry of Premier League and Championship clubs to the famous competition.

    Top-flight numbers to watch out for:

    1. AFC Bournemouth

    2. Arsenal

    3. Aston Villa

    7. Brentford

    8. Brighton & Hove Albion

    12. Chelsea

    14. Crystal Palace

    15. Everton

    16. Fulham

    19. Leeds United

    20. Leicester City

    21. Liverpool

    23. Manchester City

    24. Manchester United

    27. Newcastle United

    29. Nottingham Forest

    35. Southampton

    39. Tottenham Hotspur

    42. West Ham United

    44. Wolverhampton Wanderers

  4. Salisu makes historypublished at 14:48 28 November

    Mohammed Salisu scored his second international goal on what was just his fifth cap as Ghana took on South Korea at the World Cup.

    The 23-year-old defender prodded home the first for his country in a thrilling 3-2 win.

    He is yet to score for Saints but seems to have found a recent scoring touch which fans will hope stays with him for the Premier League's return.

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  5. Did you know...?published at 16:13 22 November

    Mohammed SalisuImage source, Reuters

    Mohammed Salisu did not put a foot wrong at an African Talent Football Academy session back home in Ghana, which was a surprise given that he had turned up without any boots.

    Spanish coach Fran Castano was responsible for uncovering Salisu and said: “I was about to kick him out, but he caught my attention within 10 minutes.”

    From there, Salisu got a trial at Valladolid and within 18 months was playing for the first team in La Liga before joining Southampton in August 2020.

  6. What's your one World Cup wish?published at 16:21 17 November

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    Ray Hunt, In That Number, external

    Saints are in a unique position. It's a mid-season pre-season for new manager Nathan Jones, so I want him to step in and use it to put the team back on track, instil confidence and get us scoring.

    This new era brings positivity with it, and this is an ideal pause for the manager, the players and the fans.

    Check out the full piece here

  7. Saints' starlet signs new dealpublished at 16:16 17 November

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    Teenage forward Diamond Edwards has signed a new contract at Southampton.

    The 19-year-old made his first-team debut for the Saints against Cambridge United in the Carabao Cup in August and has extended his deal for another two-and-a-half years.

    Edwards is currently recovering from an ACL injury and was delighted to have his immediate future locked down.

    “It feels good, coming from an injury and still being injured, it’s very relieving to be in this position,” said Edwards.

    “This gives me more motivation and drive to keep striving forward through this tough period, but it’s also allowed me to come to terms with my injury and focus on the rehab.

    “It’s good to know that the club trusts me and knows what I’m capable of and backs me 100% of the way. That security lets me focus on coming back even stronger.”

  8. 'Liverpool loss perfect learning introduction for Jones'published at 12:32 15 November

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    Southampton’s defeat at Anfield offered the perfect learning introduction for new manager Nathan Jones, who now has a month to get his ideas across to his new team.

    Going into the match against Liverpool, the so-called ‘new manager bounce’ could almost be described as null and void when coming up against one of Europe’s elites – despite their mixed start to the season.

    The trip to Merseyside gave the former Luton boss a chance to get the basics of his ideas across, try new things and have a look at his new players, with the result almost inconsequential.

    Getting a taste of his team, Jones now has a month to put his plan into action, especially with World Cup-bound Armel Bella-Kotchap and Mohammed Salisu the only absentees.

    The break with his squad will help the 49-year-old implement his philosophy and style and discover the ability of his players, those who ‘buy in’ to his style and the gaps that need filling in the January window.

    Upon the return of domestic football, a home match in the Carabao Cup followed by league games against Brighton, Fulham, Nottingham Forest, Everton, and Aston Villa will show if he is the right man for the job.

  9. Your thoughts on Saturday's matchpublished at 12:54 14 November

    Your Views

    We asked for your thoughts on Saturday's match at Anfield.

    Here are some of your comments:

    Liverpool fans

    Roberto: Liverpool still need to work on defensive distractions, especially when taking positions when returning back from attacks. We suffered three goal threats, that only a superb performance by Alisson saved the result. The performances of Thiago, Harvey Elliot, Roberto Firmino and Darwin Nunez were this time enough to keep a position to fight for a top-four position.

    Matt: It was a really decent performance. Shame we conceded but theirs was a very good goal. Thought Darwin was starting to look like the real deal and it feels like Mohamed Salah is now getting onto his wavelength, which bodes really well. Hopefully we'll return in December in the form required to get Champions League football next year.

    Robert: Probably their best overall performance of the season, despite the poor opposition!

    Southampton

    Anthony: I thought that Saints were a bit unlucky second half, Anderson was on top form. The reaction, after a dour first-half performance, was very positive. It shows that the players are buying into Jones' input.

    Charlie: Very positive performance for Nathan Jones’ first game in charge. You can tell that he is a manager that likes to play on the front foot and score lots of goals. However, we don’t have a goalscorer that can put the ball in the back of the net at the moment. So, I think we need to sign a proven goalscorer in January, like Cody Gakpo, and go from there.

  10. Analysis: Liverpool 3-1 Southamptonpublished at 18:01 12 November

    By Neil Johnston, BBC Sport

    One training session. One game in charge. One defeat.

    Nathan Jones knew the Southampton job was going to be hard and it will get much harder unless the Saints climb the table when the Premier League resumes after the break for the World Cup.

    Including caretakers, none of the last 10 managers to take charge of Saints in the top-flight have won their first game (D4 L6), with Paul Sturrick in March 2004 the last to do so.

    The Saints, who are two points from safety, need to get back to basics - starting with some clean sheets.

    All three of Liverpool's goals in Saturday's 3-1 defeat were scored in the first half and it required a couple of wonderful saves by Gavin Bazunu to keep the score down.

    "The fans need to see a side they can get behind and goes after the opposition and is hard working," said Jones after the game.

    He is relishing spending the next few weeks on the training pitch as he tries to get his ideas across before the Premier League resumes on 26 December.