• Southampton Place; Enron’s Scandalous Partnership

    After the collapse of Enron, investors learned about a complex web of partnerships that helped to hide the losses with South Hampton Place in Texas being one such partnership that is now having light shed on it. On Business Center they discuss this scandalous partnership with Christopher Bebel a former SEC attorney and now part of Tefteller Law Firm. The company was never set up to be legitimate and the failure of disclosure will constitute a large portion of the government’s case against Enron executives states Bebel. It was set up by Michael Copper and Andrew Fastow and held a $10 million investment in Internet Service Provider Rhythms Net Connections. This value grew to $100 million after Rhythms went public in 1999. $30 million eventually made it into the pockets of a number of Enron ...

    published: 26 Sep 2014
  • Former Victor Wanyama club Southampton lands three year partnership deal with SportPesa

    After SportPesa unveiling Hull City's official shirt sponsor, the Kenyan betting firm Sportpesa has signed a three-year partnership deal with Victor Wanyama’s former club Southampton as their official betting partners.

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • Portsmouth vs Southampton KICKZ Partnership (Respect Programme)

    Please visit our website: www.respectprogramme.org

    published: 22 Dec 2011
  • Indefinite Article's first partnership project with Southampton Rape Crisis.

    A Theatre-in-Education project to help teachers and support schools in addressing issues of grooming and exploitation. The project also addresses the wider issues of healthy relationships and promotes emotional literacy.

    published: 11 Jun 2015
  • LI Clean Water Partnership Member Highlight: Southampton Town Civic Coalition

    The Society's Project Coordinator, Michelle Pleim, interviews Long Island Clean Water Partnership Member and President of the Southampton Town Civic Coalition, Andrea Spilka.

    published: 21 Mar 2017
  • Southampton vs Yeovil Town 2-0, FA Cup Fourth Round 2013-14 highlights

    Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson said he was proud of his players after his side's battling defeat at Southampton, despite the needless first-half error which put the Premier League side on the road to victory. Yeovil had started well at St Mary's and were matching the 1976 FA Cup winners until Jamie McAllister's handball gifted Saints a penalty on 23 minutes. Forgotten man Guly Do Prado stepped up to score his first goal of the season from the spot, and from then on the result was rarely in doubt. A first ever senior goal from 18-year-old Sam Gallagher put the result beyond doubt, but Johnson was upbeat after a performance that bodes well for his side's chance of avoiding relegation in their first ever season in English football's second tier. "We played our game, our tactic and ke...

    published: 26 Jan 2014
  • KTP Awards 2013: Geotek Ltd, University of Southampton and Matthew Druce

    The project aim was to develop new apparatus and methods for the analysis of the engineering properties of marine sediments at high pressure, especially hydrate bearing sediments. Read further information about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships here: https://www.innovateuk.org/-/knowledge-transfer-partnerships Read about more businesses who have benefitted from Knowledge Transfer Partnerships here: https://www.gov.uk/government/case-studies/clever-engineering-macrete-bridges-the-technology-gap Check out highlights from the KTP Awards 2014 here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrMOhOrmeR6miPWBbSPsNBuZ9mRHo8jev Discover the many great benefits to collaborations and networking here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrMOhOrmeR6nS1l-_c9BCMGGzyzb-eqCt

    published: 18 Dec 2013
  • Sport Pesa signs deal with EPL club Southampton

    Young Kenyan Players are set to undergo specialised training in the United Kingdom through Football Academy Exchange Programs. This follows Sports Gaming Company, Sportpesa's Partnership with English Premier League side Southampton. Seth Olale reports from Southampton, England where the agreement was officially launched. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter and like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya.

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • SetSquared Student Enterprise - The University of Southampton

    Celebrating a fantastic partnership between five of the top student enterprise universities in the UK.

    published: 05 Jun 2015
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers Southampton

    25,000 sqft net office building let to PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Architect: Gordon Shackell of Covell Matthews Histon Partnership, Manchester & Southampton 1988 - 1990 Developer: Rosehaugh Associated Ports Developments PLC (a joint venture company of Shearwater Property Holdings and Associated British Ports) Architect: Covell Matthews Histon Partnership Project Architect and Designer: Gordon Shackell Structural Engineer: Buro Happold M+E Building Services Engineer: Buro Happold Quantity Surveyors: Norveil and Partners Landscape Architect: Derek Lovejoy and Partners Main Contractor: Mears Contractors Site Manager: Clive Polhill The Southampton office of PwC is the largest accounting firm on the central south coast with an extensive and varied client base drawn from across the region. PwC ...

    published: 27 Apr 2014
  • MariLANG project: 1st Training Session, SSU, Southampton

    Τhe MariLANG partners met at Southampton Solent University for an one-week training course in order to master techniques of language test item development. The language test construction and evaluation is an essential part of the development of assessment standards. Partners will need to construct and evaluate language tests and the training of the item writers and raters (examiners) is of crucial importance of any testing programme, since if the marking of a test is not valid and reliable then all of the other work undertaken earlier to construct a 'quality' instrument will have been a waste of time. Southampton Solent University (SSU) who has over 20 years of experience in language testing will provide this specialised training for the partnership. It is essential that in test training ...

    published: 26 Mar 2016
  • Understanding Climate Change - National Oceanography Centre Southampton - Short

    published: 30 Nov 2010
  • Eling Tide Mill & Quay near Southampton in the 1960's

    Eling Tide Mill has stood at the centre of life in Eling for centuries. For 900 years millers have harnessed the power of the tides in Eling Creek to grind wheat into flour. Today the Grade II* listed tide mill (c. 1785) and adjacent heritage centre form the Eling Experience. Now a partnership of New Forest District Council (NFDC) and Totton and Eling Town Council are investing in its future after securing a £1.3million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project includes essential conservation of the mill, extending and developing the heritage centre to create a new learning centre and café, and improving access to our outdoor areas of Goatee Beach and Bartley Water.

    published: 23 Oct 2016
  • Wolves v Southampton, 9th October 1971

    Highlights of the First Division match between Wolves and Southampton at Molineux on 9th October 1971. Wolves produced very impressive home form in the 1971-72 season, their first defeat at Molineux was late in the season against Leicester City on 1st April 1972, and this helped ensure Bill McGarry's team finished a creditable 9th in the league. Wolves also reached the UEFA Cup Final in the 1971-72 season but, ironically, a narrow first leg home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur proved to be the only difference between the two sides (http://youtu.be/idAt9RQeSL4). The 1971-72 season was the first full season that the formidable partnership of Derek Dougan and John Richards were paired together and they responded with 40 league and cup goals between them. They were supported magnificently by th...

    published: 05 Oct 2011
  • SMMI Launch - Amelia Astley - University of Southampton student

    The Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute (SMMI), in partnership with Lloyd's Register and other business, civic and industrial societies, is a world leading centre of excellence for marine and maritime innovation, education and expertise. During the launch event of the SMMI on 27 March 2012, a series of short presentations were given to showcase the varied collaborations the Institute is building with business and organisations. Visit www.southampton.ac.uk/smmi for further information.

    published: 30 Mar 2012
  • Redbridge Roundabout resurfacing - Southampton

    A fascinating time-lapse movie capturing the complexities of resurfacing one of the busiest roundabouts in the country. Redbridge Roundabout is located at the end of the M271 and is a key gateway into the city, and port of Southampton, carrying in excess of 60,000 vehicles per day. A large percentage of the 4 million cruise passengers who pass through the city annually also use this roundabout to access the cruise terminals. It was therefore vital that the operation could be carried out whilst keeping traffic moving traffic moving as best as possible. ©Balfour Beatty Living Places 2013

    published: 02 May 2013
Southampton Place; Enron’s Scandalous Partnership

Southampton Place; Enron’s Scandalous Partnership

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  • Updated: 26 Sep 2014
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After the collapse of Enron, investors learned about a complex web of partnerships that helped to hide the losses with South Hampton Place in Texas being one such partnership that is now having light shed on it. On Business Center they discuss this scandalous partnership with Christopher Bebel a former SEC attorney and now part of Tefteller Law Firm. The company was never set up to be legitimate and the failure of disclosure will constitute a large portion of the government’s case against Enron executives states Bebel. It was set up by Michael Copper and Andrew Fastow and held a $10 million investment in Internet Service Provider Rhythms Net Connections. This value grew to $100 million after Rhythms went public in 1999. $30 million eventually made it into the pockets of a number of Enron executives, at the same time they owed a duty to their shareholders. At least two shareholders in Rhythms invested a mere $5800 and walked away with more than $1 million. Fastow’s investment of $25,000 made $4.5 million. It’s expected that the lower employees may be targeted by the government in order to get to the bigger fish in this scandal by offering deals in return for lesser sentences.
https://wn.com/Southampton_Place_Enron’S_Scandalous_Partnership
Former Victor Wanyama club Southampton lands three year partnership deal with SportPesa

Former Victor Wanyama club Southampton lands three year partnership deal with SportPesa

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2016
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After SportPesa unveiling Hull City's official shirt sponsor, the Kenyan betting firm Sportpesa has signed a three-year partnership deal with Victor Wanyama’s former club Southampton as their official betting partners.
https://wn.com/Former_Victor_Wanyama_Club_Southampton_Lands_Three_Year_Partnership_Deal_With_Sportpesa
Portsmouth vs Southampton KICKZ Partnership (Respect Programme)

Portsmouth vs Southampton KICKZ Partnership (Respect Programme)

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2011
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Please visit our website: www.respectprogramme.org
https://wn.com/Portsmouth_Vs_Southampton_Kickz_Partnership_(Respect_Programme)
Indefinite Article's first partnership project with Southampton Rape Crisis.

Indefinite Article's first partnership project with Southampton Rape Crisis.

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  • Updated: 11 Jun 2015
  • views: 540
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A Theatre-in-Education project to help teachers and support schools in addressing issues of grooming and exploitation. The project also addresses the wider issues of healthy relationships and promotes emotional literacy.
https://wn.com/Indefinite_Article's_First_Partnership_Project_With_Southampton_Rape_Crisis.
LI Clean Water Partnership Member Highlight: Southampton Town Civic Coalition

LI Clean Water Partnership Member Highlight: Southampton Town Civic Coalition

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2017
  • views: 15
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Southampton vs Yeovil Town 2-0, FA Cup Fourth Round 2013-14 highlights

Southampton vs Yeovil Town 2-0, FA Cup Fourth Round 2013-14 highlights

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  • Updated: 26 Jan 2014
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Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson said he was proud of his players after his side's battling defeat at Southampton, despite the needless first-half error which put the Premier League side on the road to victory. Yeovil had started well at St Mary's and were matching the 1976 FA Cup winners until Jamie McAllister's handball gifted Saints a penalty on 23 minutes. Forgotten man Guly Do Prado stepped up to score his first goal of the season from the spot, and from then on the result was rarely in doubt. A first ever senior goal from 18-year-old Sam Gallagher put the result beyond doubt, but Johnson was upbeat after a performance that bodes well for his side's chance of avoiding relegation in their first ever season in English football's second tier. "We played our game, our tactic and kept them down to a few chances and created a few chances ourselves so I was very proud of our team," he said. "On another day we might have scored one or two in the first half that could have made them panic a little bit. "It was a bad bit of misjudgement from our left-back [for the penalty]. They are very clever with their corners and set plays. They have a lot of movement and they cause confusion and unfortunately we made a mistake - I'll never quite work out why people do that. "I was disappointed that we gave them the goal rather than them earning it and that put us a little bit on the back foot but we kept in the game and recovered from it quite well." Yeovil, second-bottom of the Championship, were on the up after ending a run of six league games without a win with victory at Birmingham City. They had also thumped the League One high-flyers Leyton Orient 4-0 in the Third Round, and the 3,400 fans who made the 60-mile trip from Somerset were hopeful that their club could add to its giant-killing reputation. The conditions for a shock were there. Saints were without Rickie Lambert, Artur Boruc, Dejan Lovren and Gaston Ramirez through injury while Yeovil featured a threatening looking big man-little man forward partnership of ex-Manchester City striker Ishmael Miller and veteran marksmen James Hayter, who had scored a brace in each of the recent wins over Birmingham and Orient. The early stages were notable only for the noise from the travelling supporters but Southampton sprung to life on 16 minutes when Jay Rodriguez saw a side-footed effort smartly saved by Marek Stech. The same player then crashed a header off the underside of the bar before McAllister's moment of madness gave Do Prado the chance to open the scoring. Southampton Saints' Morgan Schneiderlin chases Ed Upson. Ten minutes later an Adam Lallana cross skimmed the bar but Yeovil were hanging in there and Hayter saw a point-blank effort kept out by Kelvin Davis before Miller blazed over when well placed on the stoke of half-time. The Championship side began the second period in similar fashion with McAllister forcing Davis to turn a low effort round the post but Adam Lallana, full of sharp turns, clever flicks and penetrative running, was beginning to take control of the game. James Ward-Prowse fired narrowly over from the edge of the box and Nathaniel Clyne and the substitute Gallagher also had powerful drives kept out by Stech. It was a only a matter of time before the second arrived and with 20 minutes to go Gallagher bulldozed his way down the right and fizzed a shot through Stech. The 6ft 4ins player is the latest product of Southampton's famed academy, and celebrated with real relish after serving notice of his talent. A freak hailstorm swept across St Mary's with 15 minutes to play but Southampton continued to press and two lightning-quick breakaways ended with another substitute, Steven Davis, and then Gallagher bringing fantastic saves out of Stech. By the end, the difference in quality between the two teams was stark, and Southampton's assistant manager Jesus Perez was delighted. "We are pleased to get into the next round and pleased for the players," he said. "It was not an easy game, like all FA Cup games. The first half was open and they had some chance to score and at the beginning of the second half as well, but after that we played better and better and we created lots of chances to win the game." To find out more about the FA visit: http://thefa.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/FA The FA Cup on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheFACup England on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EnglandTeam FAWSL on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FAWSL
https://wn.com/Southampton_Vs_Yeovil_Town_2_0,_Fa_Cup_Fourth_Round_2013_14_Highlights
KTP Awards 2013: Geotek Ltd, University of Southampton and Matthew Druce

KTP Awards 2013: Geotek Ltd, University of Southampton and Matthew Druce

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2013
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The project aim was to develop new apparatus and methods for the analysis of the engineering properties of marine sediments at high pressure, especially hydrate bearing sediments. Read further information about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships here: https://www.innovateuk.org/-/knowledge-transfer-partnerships Read about more businesses who have benefitted from Knowledge Transfer Partnerships here: https://www.gov.uk/government/case-studies/clever-engineering-macrete-bridges-the-technology-gap Check out highlights from the KTP Awards 2014 here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrMOhOrmeR6miPWBbSPsNBuZ9mRHo8jev Discover the many great benefits to collaborations and networking here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrMOhOrmeR6nS1l-_c9BCMGGzyzb-eqCt
https://wn.com/Ktp_Awards_2013_Geotek_Ltd,_University_Of_Southampton_And_Matthew_Druce
Sport Pesa signs deal with EPL club Southampton

Sport Pesa signs deal with EPL club Southampton

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  • Updated: 27 Jul 2016
  • views: 835
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Young Kenyan Players are set to undergo specialised training in the United Kingdom through Football Academy Exchange Programs. This follows Sports Gaming Company, Sportpesa's Partnership with English Premier League side Southampton. Seth Olale reports from Southampton, England where the agreement was officially launched. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter and like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya.
https://wn.com/Sport_Pesa_Signs_Deal_With_Epl_Club_Southampton
SetSquared Student Enterprise - The University of Southampton

SetSquared Student Enterprise - The University of Southampton

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  • Updated: 05 Jun 2015
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Celebrating a fantastic partnership between five of the top student enterprise universities in the UK.
https://wn.com/Setsquared_Student_Enterprise_The_University_Of_Southampton
PriceWaterhouseCoopers Southampton

PriceWaterhouseCoopers Southampton

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2014
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25,000 sqft net office building let to PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Architect: Gordon Shackell of Covell Matthews Histon Partnership, Manchester & Southampton 1988 - 1990 Developer: Rosehaugh Associated Ports Developments PLC (a joint venture company of Shearwater Property Holdings and Associated British Ports) Architect: Covell Matthews Histon Partnership Project Architect and Designer: Gordon Shackell Structural Engineer: Buro Happold M+E Building Services Engineer: Buro Happold Quantity Surveyors: Norveil and Partners Landscape Architect: Derek Lovejoy and Partners Main Contractor: Mears Contractors Site Manager: Clive Polhill The Southampton office of PwC is the largest accounting firm on the central south coast with an extensive and varied client base drawn from across the region. PwC are also proud of their involvement in and links with the local community. With almost 300 highly qualified professionals dedicated to servicing local businesses, the Southampton office offers a comprehensive range of services to clients of all sizes in all industries. Services include audit and assurance, corporate finance and due diligence, corporate, personal and indirect tax as well as a wide range of HR and remuneration planning services. The office also has a wide range of specialist advisors. PwC focus on providing solutions and delivering value whether for a rapidly-growing start-up, a global giant, or somewhere in between. PwC are more than just auditors and tax specialists - They are trusted advisers, building and maintaining long term relationships with their clients and developing a better understanding of their business needs.
https://wn.com/Pricewaterhousecoopers_Southampton
MariLANG project: 1st Training Session, SSU, Southampton

MariLANG project: 1st Training Session, SSU, Southampton

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2016
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Τhe MariLANG partners met at Southampton Solent University for an one-week training course in order to master techniques of language test item development. The language test construction and evaluation is an essential part of the development of assessment standards. Partners will need to construct and evaluate language tests and the training of the item writers and raters (examiners) is of crucial importance of any testing programme, since if the marking of a test is not valid and reliable then all of the other work undertaken earlier to construct a 'quality' instrument will have been a waste of time. Southampton Solent University (SSU) who has over 20 years of experience in language testing will provide this specialised training for the partnership. It is essential that in test training that there is a chief rater/chairperson, who will be from Southampton Solent University. The long term benefit is the partners will then be able to provide similar training to the new personnel involved in the assessment training, as the assessment standards are exploited globally. The training course is language test item development for the development of an item bank. As part of the test specifications, sample items (questions) will be produced, leading to the creation of an item bank and moderation of the items in this bank. To ensure the tests are varied, and have different items (questions) a item bank is required. Also, training on item moderation to ensure they match the requirements set out for each item, as per the test specifications. Developing an adequate bank of test items will ensure that there the test takers will have varied and different tests, and provide the tests with a long term future. The training of development of the test items in the partnership will ensure that a consistent, reliable, and valid test items are produced for a team of item writers. This course will focus on item writing and item moderation training to support the development of test items for a databank of test items. The training will ensure that a set of pretested items or tasks will have been calibrated accordingly to characteristics such as person's (test takers) ability, item difficulty, and powers of discrimination, and stored in central files for use when needed. The training will ensure that the test constructors who are devising a new version of a test can select from the bank items which will not only be of suitable level for the test population, but will also, when assembled together, combine to form a test which is equivalent in difficulty and discrimination to previous tests in the series. This training will include item moderation. Once items have been put in a draft form, then item moderation will be undertaken. The training will ensure each item will need to be considered for the design of match with the test specifications, likely level of difficulty, possible unforeseen problems, ambiguities in the wording of items and of instructions, problems of layout, match between texts and questions, and overall balance of the test. The language test item development training course will be run by SSU over 5 days by 1 staff directly related to Intellectual Output 3 (O3) The course has a flexible approach in order to adapt the learning outcomes to the particular needs of the participants. www.marilang.eu
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Understanding Climate Change - National Oceanography Centre Southampton - Short

Understanding Climate Change - National Oceanography Centre Southampton - Short

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2010
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https://wn.com/Understanding_Climate_Change_National_Oceanography_Centre_Southampton_Short
Eling Tide Mill & Quay near Southampton in the 1960's

Eling Tide Mill & Quay near Southampton in the 1960's

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2016
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Eling Tide Mill has stood at the centre of life in Eling for centuries. For 900 years millers have harnessed the power of the tides in Eling Creek to grind wheat into flour. Today the Grade II* listed tide mill (c. 1785) and adjacent heritage centre form the Eling Experience. Now a partnership of New Forest District Council (NFDC) and Totton and Eling Town Council are investing in its future after securing a £1.3million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project includes essential conservation of the mill, extending and developing the heritage centre to create a new learning centre and café, and improving access to our outdoor areas of Goatee Beach and Bartley Water.
https://wn.com/Eling_Tide_Mill_Quay_Near_Southampton_In_The_1960's
Wolves v Southampton, 9th October 1971

Wolves v Southampton, 9th October 1971

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2011
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Highlights of the First Division match between Wolves and Southampton at Molineux on 9th October 1971. Wolves produced very impressive home form in the 1971-72 season, their first defeat at Molineux was late in the season against Leicester City on 1st April 1972, and this helped ensure Bill McGarry's team finished a creditable 9th in the league. Wolves also reached the UEFA Cup Final in the 1971-72 season but, ironically, a narrow first leg home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur proved to be the only difference between the two sides (http://youtu.be/idAt9RQeSL4). The 1971-72 season was the first full season that the formidable partnership of Derek Dougan and John Richards were paired together and they responded with 40 league and cup goals between them. They were supported magnificently by the Wolves midfield; a combination of the leadership of Mike Bailey, the creativity of Dave Wagstaffe and Kenny Hibbitt and the impressive goalscoring of Jim McCalliog, who ended the season with 15 league and cup goals to his name. Wolves entered the game at Molineux with slightly indifferent form of just one win in their previous four league matches and defeat at Chelsea in their preceding match. Manager McGarry had been forced into altering the composition of his team and this continued against Southampton; central midfielder Jim McCalliog had been pressed into a striking role in the absence of John Richards, full back Gerry Taylor partnered John McAlle in the centre of defence and Steve Daley made his first start against the Saints. Southampton, who finished a lowly 19th in the league that season, featured former England international Terry Paine and future England striker Mick Channon in their team at Molineux. Originally broadcast by ATV Star Soccer with Hugh Johns as commentator.
https://wn.com/Wolves_V_Southampton,_9Th_October_1971
SMMI Launch - Amelia Astley - University of Southampton student

SMMI Launch - Amelia Astley - University of Southampton student

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2012
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The Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute (SMMI), in partnership with Lloyd's Register and other business, civic and industrial societies, is a world leading centre of excellence for marine and maritime innovation, education and expertise. During the launch event of the SMMI on 27 March 2012, a series of short presentations were given to showcase the varied collaborations the Institute is building with business and organisations. Visit www.southampton.ac.uk/smmi for further information.
https://wn.com/Smmi_Launch_Amelia_Astley_University_Of_Southampton_Student
Redbridge Roundabout resurfacing - Southampton

Redbridge Roundabout resurfacing - Southampton

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  • Updated: 02 May 2013
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A fascinating time-lapse movie capturing the complexities of resurfacing one of the busiest roundabouts in the country. Redbridge Roundabout is located at the end of the M271 and is a key gateway into the city, and port of Southampton, carrying in excess of 60,000 vehicles per day. A large percentage of the 4 million cruise passengers who pass through the city annually also use this roundabout to access the cruise terminals. It was therefore vital that the operation could be carried out whilst keeping traffic moving traffic moving as best as possible. ©Balfour Beatty Living Places 2013
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