Southampton's move into the new and impressive St Mary's Stadium has brought the ambitions of their team to the field. Southampton, one of the founder members of the FA Premier League in 1992, is managed by manager Gordon Strachan, who guided the Saints to the FA Cup final and their best-ever, eigth place finish in Premiership. The team he manages carries the potential to acheive higher goals. Young striker James Beattie, Wayne Bridge, Sweden midfielder Anders Svensson and Chris Marsden are all new additions to Strachan's team. Southampton's former stadium, The Dell, had an intimidating reputation for visiting teams. The Southampton Saints have been in the FA Premier League every year since its induction. The biggest player to the Saints fans is no other than Le God, Matthew Le Tissier. He personally was responsible for 162 goals, one of which was the Saint's last at Dell. Le God was know for his long distance goals while playing 444 top-flight games with the team.