WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Coffee 11:57 Sat Dec 28
Saturday football
It’s tight in the nether regions with just six points separating Arsenal in 11th from Norwich in 18th. In the middle of all that are these two teams, who will be as desperate to take something from this game as to avoid giving anything away. Whether that makes for an afternoon of defensive caution or all-out attack is anyone’s guess. Draw.

Spirits are soaring around both teams, who come into this in fine form. That should make for a cracker of a game, assuming crackers still belong in the post-Christmas season. The pick of the three o’clock kick-offs, by far. Draw.

The Saints go marching into the new year out of the relegation zone to the delight of dedicated fans who had taken to an excess of the old Kronenburg of late. Palace are irritatingly in the top 10 and will relish an opportunity to leapfrog Man U, if only for a couple of hours. Draw.

Another six-pointer, which could see us drop into the bottom three. A resurgence of a kind has seen Watford climb to the dizzying heights of 19th, while Villa remain stubbornly in the drop zone, for now. A fighting encounter awaits. Another draw.

This is the kind of opportunity that will have Humble Jose licking his lips in anticipation. And a chance for the visitors to return to the top four while the brave Canaries will again battle to defend what increasingly appears fatally indefensible. Away win.

A 0-4 home defeat hurts, regardless of the opposition. The character of a great football team can be measured by the way it responds to such a thrashing. The season to date suggests Leicester are not the types to lick their wounds, but to show their true metal. The season to date also suggests that that metal may be stronger that the iron in the armoury of their hosts. And we all know it. Form, league position, confidence, common sense and everything else says away win. Still, stranger things have happened. In the 1950s, for example. Away win.

Few games involving Burnley offer much to interest the neutral. So enter Paul Pogba, of whom much will be spoken in the run-up to kick-off. Away win.

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Sven Roeder 6:31 Sat Dec 28
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Always thought Watford were better than their form but without Deeney they were completely rudderless.
He holds their team together

OccupyGreenStreet 6:21 Sat Dec 28
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10 man Watford going well - keeps us out of the bottom three a bit longer.

Keep dreaming 6:05 Sat Dec 28
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The fucking piss taking cunt is free from injuries the minute he left London.

Barty 6:02 Sat Dec 28
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Barty 5:58 Sat Dec 28
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James tomkins on the scoresheet

ted fenton 5:08 Sat Dec 28
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What's with this love for Clinton Morrison ?

He's even on the Amazon football coverage his voice does my fecking head in.

Barty 4:48 Sat Dec 28
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Andy CARROLL starting today

Coffee 4:44 Sat Dec 28
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This weekend's fixtures.

Barty 4:36 Sat Dec 28
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I´ve tried to tell Coffee to rename the Saturday football this weekends fixtures. I got no answer

cup of tea 4:32 Sat Dec 28
Re: Saturday football
Fuck coffee

Love TEA

Barty 4:31 Sat Dec 28
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I prefer Coffee

ted fenton 4:23 Sat Dec 28
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Cup of tea stop stirring it !!!

cup of tea 4:04 Sat Dec 28
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Serious question. Why every week is this thread called Saturday football? People comment on the current round of fixtures whether Sat Sun or whenever.

Call it 'Round XX of fixtures'

That is all

ted fenton 4:02 Sat Dec 28
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Agreed Mooy was superb and took his goal brilliantly !

twoleftfeet 3:56 Sat Dec 28
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Aaron Mooy on loan from Huddersfield, excellent player.

We have Mark Noble and Sanchez.

terry-h 3:45 Sat Dec 28
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Allardyce wanted to buy Dan Burn from Fulham in November 2014. He was available for 4 mill and Allardyce wanted to replace Winston Reid with the 6ft 7 in Fulham centre back. He looks good value for that looking at him play for Brighton.
In the meantime we still have the invalid Winston Reid getting paid 75 grand a week. Good innit.

Russ of the BML 3:11 Sat Dec 28
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twoleftfeet 2:20 Sat Dec 28

Nailed on. I notice Kouyate got his FIRST EVER GOAL for palace against us the other day.

twoleftfeet 2:23 Sat Dec 28
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Good start for Howe.

Potter has done very well at BHA

twoleftfeet 2:20 Sat Dec 28
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Dominic Solanke 1 goal in 56 appearances for Bournemouth.

If he can hold on we will be coming along shortly 👍

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