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Thirty-two thousand Saints fans are hoping for their side's first major trophy since 1976.
Claude Puel tells the media at a conference how he hopes his club can win for the fans.
Thousands of hopeful Saints fans travelled up to Wembley this morning for the much anticipated EFL cup final game against Manchester United. The team have only made it to the final once before and that was nearly forty years ago. Juliette Fletcher was with the fans as they set off.
There was an exciting atmosphere at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton this morning, as scores of fans gathered to wait for one of the sixty-four coaches which are carrying them to Wembley Stadium in London. The Saints are playing Manchester United today in the EFL Cup Final.
There were warnings advising fans to check before they travel. South West Trains issued advice, and extra trains have been put on. The roads are also expected to be busy this afternoon with a Six Nations Rugby tournament match happening at Twickenham this afternoon too.
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Allegations of historical child abuse involving young players at Southampton Football Club took a new twist today.
Solicitors in Hampshire say several alleged victims have asked them about bringing legal action against the Premier League club.
It comes after another accusation of abuse - in the 1990s - is made against a former coach. Chris Maughan has the latest.
Chris spoke to solicitor Malcolm Johnson, Norman Darmanin Demajo from the Malta FA and former Saints manager Lawrie McMenemy.
Bob Higgins, the former Southampton football coach at the centre of allegations of historic child abuse, has always denied any wrong-doing. He was acquitted in 1992 on charges of indecent assault. Mr Higgins held a key role with Southampton Football Club in the late 1980s and early 1990s, as Chris Maughan explains.
It has emerged today that Bob Higgins, the former Southampton football coach at the centre of historical child abuse allegations, came to the attention of football's governing body more than 25 years ago.
Today Dean Radford - a footballer who made accusations agains Mr Higgins in a documentary in 1997 - repeated those claims once again.
Bob Higgins was acquitted in 1992 on charges of indecent assault and has always denied any wrongdoing. He declined to speak to us today. Richard Slee has been talking to a former Southampton Football Club manager who worked with Mr Higgins.