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Southampton receive good luck message ahead of EFL Cup final against Manchester United

By OmniSport
21 February 2017   |   1:25 pm
Southampton has received a stirring good message of good luck for their EFL Cup final against Manchester United, from the Super Bowl-winning quarterback of the New Orleans Saints.

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