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give_us_a_wave

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Pure desperation. End of story. How the **** can Jose win anything without spending a minimum of £300m that Levy will never sanction? The dummy spitting brigade at Spurs are already on the phone to their agents saying "FFS get me out of here in January" Harry the Horse on his bike in the Summer. Great stuff.
 

Brown Nose

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I must be listening to the wrong people. Several times over the last couple of days, I've heard people talking about how Pochettino should have won the league in 2016. How they blew their big chance, etc.

It's total horseshit. Spurs did drop points in their final four matches of that season - they took two points from twelve. Two things need pointing out though:

1. That even if they'd won their last four matches, we'd still have won the league.
2. In the games that came after we beat them on their own ground, and before those final four fixtures, they played 13 games and picked up 32 points which is about as strong as any side can go (W10 D2 L1).

They gave it their best and they weren't as good as we were. They didn't choke until it was too late. They were outplayed despite being at their very best.

****ing media making up alternate realities.
 

Blue Maniac

Alzheimers sufferer
I must be listening to the wrong people. Several times over the last couple of days, I've heard people talking about how Pochettino should have won the league in 2016. How they blew their big chance, etc.

It's total horseshit. Spurs did drop points in their final four matches of that season - they took two points from twelve. Two things need pointing out though:

1. That even if they'd won their last four matches, we'd still have won the league.
2. In the games that came after we beat them on their own ground, and before those final four fixtures, they played 13 games and picked up 32 points which is about as strong as any side can go (W10 D2 L1).

They gave it their best and they weren't as good as we were. They didn't choke until it was too late. They were outplayed despite being at their very best.

****ing media making up alternate realities.
Imagine coming third in a two-horse race though.
 

pork pie fox

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Hah!

« Brendan Rodgers was Tottenham's first choice before turning to Jose Mourinho... and Daniel Levy was plotting Mauricio Pochettino's exit for A MONTH before it all ended in a blazing row»

 

fitz

Well-Known Member
I must be listening to the wrong people. Several times over the last couple of days, I've heard people talking about how Pochettino should have won the league in 2016. How they blew their big chance, etc.

It's total horseshit. Spurs did drop points in their final four matches of that season - they took two points from twelve. Two things need pointing out though:

1. That even if they'd won their last four matches, we'd still have won the league.
2. In the games that came after we beat them on their own ground, and before those final four fixtures, they played 13 games and picked up 32 points which is about as strong as any side can go (W10 D2 L1).

They gave it their best and they weren't as good as we were. They didn't choke until it was too late. They were outplayed despite being at their very best.

****ing media making up alternate realities.
We won the league at Sunderland didn't we?
 

fitz

Well-Known Member
The craziest thing about that season wasn't us winning the league. It was the media tossing off over Ozil for 7 months and then him being an absolute sack of shit. He was the assist king and why they were pissing the league...until spring.
 

give_us_a_wave

Well-Known Member
The craziest thing about that season wasn't us winning the league. It was the media tossing off over Ozil for 7 months and then him being an absolute sack of shit. He was the assist king and why they were pissing the league...until spring.
Oh no.

That was the SECOND craziest thing. Craziest was some dickhead in one of the red tops writing an article about how Spurs would obviously overhaul us simply because of "the number of players in the squad with experience of big, high pressure games at the top level"

Erm...well yeah.

The fact that they'd LOST the majority of them didn't seem to enter his thinking.
Gave me a good laugh.
Yet another example of how reason deserted everyone that year as they just stubbornly refused to believe what they were seeing.

I think the delight I felt at that was almost equal to that of actually winning the ****ing thing.
 

homer

Well-Known Member
Holy Jebus

West Ham looked like the shittest team the Premier League have ever seen

Pellegrini be gone by half two after this shower
 

fitz

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It's incredible how much the media suck Wham off most preseasons. Some tipped them for top 4/6 this year. Look at their starting 11 today....top 4? Ffs
 

Brown Nose

Well-Known Member
I'm sat here debating whether this performance is the worst one I've seen this season in the Premier League.

And that includes Southampton 0-9 City

That's how poor WHU are.

They have a manager that thought he'd retired to China until another Premier League side offered him a ludicrous contract. Understandably, he snapped their hands off. Now, he's fed up and desperate for the sack so he can retire to a slightly bigger mansion.

That Karren Brady is such a business genius . . .
 

Brown Nose

Well-Known Member
Liverpool benefit from yet another dodgy VAR call. They might as well rename Stockley Park as Scousers Park.

Palace had a perfectly good goal disallowed.
 
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Premier League

P Pld Pts
Liverpool 16  46
Leicester 16  38
Manchester City 16  32
Chelsea 16  29
Manchester Utd 16  24
Wolves 16  24
Tottenham  16  23
Sheffield Utd 16  22
Arsenal 16  22
10 Palace 16  22
11 Newcastle Utd 16  22
12 Brighton 16  19
13 Burnley 16  18
14 Everton 16  17
15 Bournemouth 16  16
16 West Ham Utd 16  16
17 Aston Villa 16  15
18 Southampton 16  15
19 Norwich City 16  11
20 Watford 16  9

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