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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Coffee 7:26 Sat Apr 15
Saturday football
A game that has plenty of meaning in the division’s upper reaches. You may turn away now. Both sides have excelled this season and are looking for the best Europa and Champions League finishes. They are both enjoying good form and they both have strong incentives. Given the class in their combined ranks, this has the makings of a quality start to the weekend. Draw.

Fulham are in a dip, while Everton don’t seem to know where they are. A glance at the table shows they’re out of the bottom three by the skin of their dentures. And that makes this a vital game in the Toffees’ bid to stay up. Their home fans always seem to be their twelfth man, so expect a tricky afternoon for the visitors. Home win.

This is probably the first time in history that Brighton are favourites to win this fixture. That says a lot about both sides, but particularly about the visitors who have built on last year’s achievements with a phenomenal season thus far. They’re in a strong position to quality for a UEFA place and they peer down at their visitors from an unaccustomed height. Poor old Frank. Away win.

Palace are almost – but not quite – safe and will want to confirm safety at the earliest opportunity. As for the Saints, few people would give them even an outside chance of staying up. Having said that, four points – the difference between them and Everton – is not an insurmountable gap even at this stage. So they do have something to play for and have shown in recent games that they aren’t entirely useless. Draw.

It’s been a tumultuous old season for Spurs, but they still look set for a Europa League finish. Unless they do a real Spursy and find themselves eclipsed by two out of Villa, Brighton and Liverpool. The Cherries, meanwhile, are fighting hard for their top flight survival and have done a pretty good job of it so far. Expect a gritty encounter that will hopefully boost our chances of staying up. Home win.

Things ain’t looking good for Leicester and chances are they’re going to look even less good at the final whistle. Man City have belief and are very much in the hunt. Foxes don’t like hunts, and although this one doesn’t have them in its sights, they’re likely to end the day with the dotted line having been raised further. Home win.


Is there anything remotely exciting or encouraging to expect from this one? Actually there is. Having dropped two points from a winning position last week, a bout of those pesky heeby-jeebies may have started affecting the once-runaway league leaders. And with City having presumably put Southampton to the sword yesterday, the Gunners will feel the heat of northern air blasting up their rear end. Can we take advantage of that? Can we take a point – or three – from them? Yes, we can. Will we? Not a bleeding hope. Away win.

Forest have a tough run-in, but as long as things are as close at the bottom they’ll feel they have a chance of pulling off the unlikely. Man U are in a battle for third and it will be games like this that will tell if they can pip the Geordies to that place. Away win.


You just don’t know what you’re going to get from Liverpool. Or, for that matter, from Leeds. The season is effectively over for the Reds, while Leeds still have survival to fight for. Could be a good ‘un. Away win.

Having secured promotion, all Burnley have to do now is to claim the title their season has so richly deserved. And keep their manager, although that may be one step too far. They’ll need two wins at most from their last six games. They visit embattled Reading this afternoon. Luton and Michael Carrick’s Boro, who demolished Norwich last night, look to have secured play-off spots, which leaves Millwall, Blackburn, Preston, Norwich, Coventry, Sunderland and West Brom (all separated by five points) competing for the other two places. Likewise at the bottom, Wigan and Blackpool appear to be gone. It wasn’t long ago that both those clubs were entertaining Man C, Liverpool and Arsenal in league games. Next season they’ll be hosting the likes of Orient and Northampton Town. That leaves Reading, Cardiff, QPR, Huddersfield and Rotherham (separated by four points) scratching each others’ eyes out in the relegation denouement.

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joe royal 12:34 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Best game of football since our cup final

simon.s 12:24 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Looks like the arse have lost their arse.

Sir Alf 12:16 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Perfect result for everyone but those 2 teams


A nice start to the weekend. Gamesmanship the winner. Arsenal the masters undone by something they and their manager are the first to employ. It’s all basically cheating but that’s TV and lots of money for you :-(

lowlife 12:14 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Agreed Vexed - how often do refs add on 2 minutes during added time? Hardly ever.

The Ghost of Sven 12:14 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Agree, draw is ideal
Southampton with their dismal home form are 7pts behind us having played 2 more
And the cocky cunts Arsenal are choking hilariously. Hopefully Man City dick them about 5-0

happygilmore 12:13 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
brilliant, it would have been rotten if Southampton got nothing from that game.

Neville squealinng like a girl for Arsenal was embarrassing

Vexed 12:13 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Ten mins of injury time. Not bent at all. Nothing to see here.

lowlife 12:12 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Final whistle, 3-3. Would love Southampton to have held on, but probably the best result.

The Fonz 12:12 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football

So funny. Love to see it.

Perfect result

lowlife 12:11 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Partey trying a speculative shot from 35 yards out and skying it might be the best moment of this game so far. What a bell end.

Takashi Miike 12:07 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
matterface getting so excited on the radio, such a creepy top six loving cunt

Sir Alf 12:06 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Draw is ideal

twoleftfeet 12:04 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
Why do you bother Sir Alf?

A game lasts at least 90 minutes.

Takashi Miike 12:04 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
gutless wankers, threw it away

happygilmore 12:03 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
8 mins seems a bit excessive

twoleftfeet 12:03 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
No idea where that 8 minutes has come from.

lowlife 12:03 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
8 minutes added time. Think Arsenal are going to do this.

lowlife 12:02 Sat Apr 22
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lowlife 12:01 Sat Apr 22
Re: Saturday football
2-3 - big last few minutes now

Sir Alf 11:58 Fri Apr 21
Re: Saturday football
Shithousery of the highest order from Southampton

Arsenal famous for it now on the other end of time wasting and theatrics

Oh the irony !!!

northbankboy68 11:56 Fri Apr 21
Re: Saturday football
Arteta out!

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