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Top four?

Ok, let’s be honest, these types of articles are usually a waste of time, but hey ho, here we go, just for S&Gs:

*Leicester p34 - points 63*
Newcastle W
Man United L
Chelsea L
Tottenham D

Finish 67 points

*Chelsea p 34 - points 61*
Man City D
Arsenal D
Leicester W
Villa D

Finish 67

*Spurs p34 - 56*
Leeds W
Wolves W
Villa W
Leicester D

Finish 66

*West Ham p33 - points 55*
Burnley D
Everton D
Brighton W
West Brom W
Southampton W

Finish 66

*Liverpool p33 - points 54*
Man United D
Southampton D
West Brom W
Burnley D
Palace D

Finish 61

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3. Leicester - 67
4. Chelsea - 67
5. Spurs - 66
6. West Ham - 66
7. Liverpool - 61

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No doubt I’ve looked at this through “spurs rose tinted glasses" but lets just say I’m right going into the last day v Leicester - it’s a massive game.

posted on 3/5/21

comment by See The Stars (U21395)
posted 51 minutes ago
comment by SteveF (U22027)
posted 1 hour, 16 minutes ago
Of course, these sort of posts are always done just for fun, but for me, beating Leicester on last day to leapfrog them into 4th would result in the best day since my kids were born.

Their fans have become way too mouthy in recent times, with no real history of success to back it up. Just a freak title and a couple of ok league campaigns.
Egg on these people's faces would be very enjoyable.

That said, shouldn't Utd get docked like a minimum of say 15 points for yesterday's inability to control their local idiots, leaving their front door unlocked plus another 5 points just for Gary Neville active support fot their actions ?


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And that one post sums up why Spurs as a club and an entire fanbase will always be a bunch of no mark runner up bottlers. Finishing fourth would give you the best day since your kids were born, to exact some some of imaginary revenge on a season where you didn't even come close to winning the title and ended up finishing third.

Leicester spent longer at the top of the Premier League in that one season than Spurs have done since the Premier League was formed. And yet the salty bitter tears still flow.

Wonderful.
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Shut up fella, one trophy in your 120 year history, don`t give you the reason to try to act like Billy Big Bollox. Leicester are just having their moment in the sun. Probably in the next decade, in all probability they will be back in the Championship.

posted on 3/5/21

There's more salt on this thread than in the north Atlantic. And it tastes delicious. Keep crying little spuddies. It'll be West Ham fans joining the ranks of clubs looking down on you soon.

posted on 3/5/21

comment by See The Stars (U21395)
posted 1 hour, 19 minutes ago
comment by SteveF (U22027)
posted 1 hour, 16 minutes ago
Of course, these sort of posts are always done just for fun, but for me, beating Leicester on last day to leapfrog them into 4th would result in the best day since my kids were born.

Their fans have become way too mouthy in recent times, with no real history of success to back it up. Just a freak title and a couple of ok league campaigns.
Egg on these people's faces would be very enjoyable.

That said, shouldn't Utd get docked like a minimum of say 15 points for yesterday's inability to control their local idiots, leaving their front door unlocked plus another 5 points just for Gary Neville active support fot their actions ?


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And that one post sums up why Spurs as a club and an entire fanbase will always be a bunch of no mark runner up bottlers. Finishing fourth would give you the best day since your kids were born, to exact some some of imaginary revenge on a season where you didn't even come close to winning the title and ended up finishing third.

Leicester spent longer at the top of the Premier League in that one season than Spurs have done since the Premier League was formed. And yet the salty bitter tears still flow.

Wonderful.
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posted on 3/5/21

comment by The Arteta, The (U18355)
posted 4 minutes ago
comment by See The Stars (U21395)
posted 1 hour, 19 minutes ago
comment by SteveF (U22027)
posted 1 hour, 16 minutes ago
Of course, these sort of posts are always done just for fun, but for me, beating Leicester on last day to leapfrog them into 4th would result in the best day since my kids were born.

Their fans have become way too mouthy in recent times, with no real history of success to back it up. Just a freak title and a couple of ok league campaigns.
Egg on these people's faces would be very enjoyable.

That said, shouldn't Utd get docked like a minimum of say 15 points for yesterday's inability to control their local idiots, leaving their front door unlocked plus another 5 points just for Gary Neville active support fot their actions ?


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And that one post sums up why Spurs as a club and an entire fanbase will always be a bunch of no mark runner up bottlers. Finishing fourth would give you the best day since your kids were born, to exact some some of imaginary revenge on a season where you didn't even come close to winning the title and ended up finishing third.

Leicester spent longer at the top of the Premier League in that one season than Spurs have done since the Premier League was formed. And yet the salty bitter tears still flow.

Wonderful.
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A look, a fly attracted to a shiiit

comment by Spurtle (U1608)

posted on 3/5/21

comment by See The Stars (U21395)
posted 1 hour, 29 minutes ago
comment by SteveF (U22027)
posted 1 hour, 16 minutes ago
Of course, these sort of posts are always done just for fun, but for me, beating Leicester on last day to leapfrog them into 4th would result in the best day since my kids were born.

Their fans have become way too mouthy in recent times, with no real history of success to back it up. Just a freak title and a couple of ok league campaigns.
Egg on these people's faces would be very enjoyable.

That said, shouldn't Utd get docked like a minimum of say 15 points for yesterday's inability to control their local idiots, leaving their front door unlocked plus another 5 points just for Gary Neville active support fot their actions ?


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And that one post sums up why Spurs as a club and an entire fanbase will always be a bunch of no mark runner up bottlers. Finishing fourth would give you the best day since your kids were born, to exact some some of imaginary revenge on a season where you didn't even come close to winning the title and ended up finishing third.

Leicester spent longer at the top of the Premier League in that one season than Spurs have done since the Premier League was formed. And yet the salty bitter tears still flow.

Wonderful.
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Using one comment from a Spurs poster to generalise the entire fanbase?

For the record I don't mind Leicester and wouldn't mind seeing them do well. I'd rather get top 4 at Chelsea's expense.

posted on 3/5/21

Everyone in the world knows what is going to happen. One of two situations, you can absolutely bet your house on:

1. We go in to the last game needing to beat Leicester to guarantee top 4. It’s in our hands. Mason inexplicably stats Harry Winks, our midfield is overrun, we lose 4-0 without a shot on goal or any belief, Eric Dier says after the game that we’ll learn from this (we won’t).

2. Just for extra spurs fun, somehow we do manage to turn up (ridiculous I know) and we win. We finish top four. But the punishment for all clubs who tried to join the ESL is a total ban from European competitions for a year.

Don’t get your hopes up chaps.

posted on 3/5/21

Hah. We'll get top 4, knocking Chelsea to fifth.

Arsenal perform a miracle and win the Europa League and Chelsea defy the odds to beat City in the UCL final. Both qualify for next seasons UCL at the expense of 4th place Spurs.

Chelsea and Arsenal never ever let us forget it. Spursy for eternity!

comment by Spurtle (U1608)

posted on 3/5/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 50 seconds ago
Hah. We'll get top 4, knocking Chelsea to fifth.

Arsenal perform a miracle and win the Europa League and Chelsea defy the odds to beat City in the UCL final. Both qualify for next seasons UCL at the expense of 4th place Spurs.

Chelsea and Arsenal never ever let us forget it. Spursy for eternity!
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Honestly doesn't seem that unrealistic.

Arsenal got given a lifeline with that pen against Villarreal. I can see them winning at home and going through to the final. They have more riding on the EL than Man United. It wouldn't be the greatest upset if they won.

Chelsea played better than Real Madrid in the first leg. Can see them go through, and you wouldn't put it past them to beat PSG or City after beating them in the FA Cup.

Chelsea have tougher fixtures than Spurs in the top 4 race so we could displace them.

posted on 3/5/21

All I’m saying is, I hope they don’t stay in some dodgy hotel in Leicester final game, and definitely no lasagne

posted on 3/5/21

See the Stars needs a bigger boat

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