SAINTS: Livramento talks football upbringing

By SFC Media time Fri 24 Sep Saints vs Wolves
Photo by Isabelle Field | Simeu & Livramento

Tino Livramento is the star attraction inside Sunday’s SAINTS, as the matchday programme returns for Southampton’s Premier League meeting with Wolves.

The 18-year-old looks back on his football upbringing with Chelsea, the tough decision to leave London and how he’s settled in so quickly to life on the south coast.

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Elsewhere, Ibrahima Diallo relives a dramatic night in the Carabao Cup at Bramall Lane, where the midfielder scored his first career goal before converting from the penalty spot as Saints prevailed on spot-kicks.

Ralph Hasenhüttl looks back on Saints’ last three matches, and assesses how his team can strike the right balance between defence and attack.

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 09:  Tino Livramento and Dynel Simeu photographed during a feature shoot at Staplewood Training Ground on September 09, 2021 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Isabelle Field/Southampton FC via Getty Images)
Livramento's journey has taken him from Chelsea's Academy to Saints in the Premier League

Historian Barry Webb remembers the late Dean Richards, a colossus for both clubs, while Graham Hiley turns back the clock to 2003 and a memorable win over Tottenham in the first ever St Mary’s FA Cup tie.

Tactics writer Sam Tighe explains how Wolves have changed under Bruno Lage, while there is the traditional assortment of quizzes and games for our Junior Members to enjoy.

Supporters can pick up their Wolves programme from one of the numerous sellers outside St Mary’s and inside the stadium concourse, enhancing your matchday experience for just £3.50.

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