SCENES like this are becoming increasingly difficult to remember in our minds – it’s been a long while since we stood side-by-side with fellow fans to watch a football match, cheer on our team, and maybe even grab a cheeky pint at half time.
IT was 20 years ago when Glenn Hoddle’s Southampton team ﬁnished their season with a 2-0 win against Wimbledon.
Two superb goals through Wayne Bridge and Marian Pahars ensured relegation for The Dons after 14 years in the top ﬂight.
Saints ﬁnished 15th in the Premier League that season on 44 points.
Then-club secretary Brian Truscott said: “As usual our supporters were magniﬁcent. “They gave the side tremendous backing through the season.”