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    I respect the way Spurs acted last night. Wish we'd go to the bridge and **** every one of them up, even if it means 4 retrospective bans. Think every Arsenal fan was purring at Costa getting his eyes gauged, the filthy rodent.

    Instead, we get what's meant to be our toughest player, who grew up in the favelas, sent off for flicking Costa's leg like a little *****.
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    (Original post by leinad2012)
    I respect the way Spurs acted last night. Wish we'd go to the bridge and **** every one of them up, even if it means 4 retrospective bans. Think every Arsenal fan was purring at Costa getting his eyes gauged, the filthy rodent.

    Instead, we get what's meant to be our toughest player, who grew up in the favelas, sent off for flicking Costa's leg like a little *****.
    Lol **** spurs, they could have injured many of our players. Scumbags.
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    (Original post by bammy jastard 27)
    Lol **** spurs, they could have injured many of our players. Scumbags.
    Scum v scum. Lovely for the neutral.
    Bans are needed though, fa will pussy out imo.
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    (Original post by leinad2012)
    Scum v scum. Lovely for the neutral.
    Bans are needed though, fa will pussy out imo.

    Even in our *****est season for 20 years, we still decide who wins the title. You can only dream of that under Wenger.
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    new found respect for fabregas, maybe the bloke still is one of us, immense rustling
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    Cesc took his wumming to a new level yesterday.
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    don't forget how 2013-14 Newcastle bought close to nothing before the start of the season and did quite well only to tail off. They made five signings the season after and struggled for most of it.
    If we do overhaul this summer, a crap start to next season may well be on
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    Gone are Man City from the champions league. They'll take it out on us for sure.
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Gone are Man City from the champions league. They'll take it out on us for sure.
    No they won't

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    Won't they no
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    They no won't
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    Imagine thinking Pelegrini gives a **** now. Reckon he'd rather they lost top 4 just to banter pep off.
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    If liverpool win the EL, and united stay in 5th place, but win the FA cup.. then my ratings for the season will be:
    (regardless of positions 2nd-4th)

    Leicster: 10/10
    How can it not be? probably should be higher.

    Spurs: 8/10
    Getting CL football would have been a 10/10 at the start of the season, but given how close they came to the title, I think many will feel a little disappointed underneath

    Liverpool: 8/10
    Dissapointing in the league, but it does not matter. Got a new manager, won a cup, got CL football, got to a domestic final. (result is down to a 4/10 if they loose the final)

    Man city: 5/10
    Champions league football next season, won a domestic trophy, best progress ever in the CL. Disappointing overall, but underneath its not a disaster, especially considering Pep is coming in.

    United: 3/10

    Fa cup does not matter to them, it was all about CL football, and loosing it for a 2nd time in 3 years is awful. Especially if Liverpool manage to get it. result drops to a 1/10 if they loose the FA cup.

    Chelsea: 1/10
    A point salvaged by their second half of the season.. but just forget this year and move on to next year.

    Arsenal: 4/10
    Cl football, maybe as high as 2nd, but probably not.. a disappointing points total, R16 champions league.. no domestic cup run. Just a disappointing season. I would not put it lower, considering its not a disaster, and CL football is still good.. Butt it cant be considered any means of a success (5+ etc)
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    Can expect a low quality match on Sunday. Both teams seem to be wandering off to the beach
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    Can expect a low quality match on Sunday. Both teams seem to be wandering off to the beach
    And yet the other day you said they'd take out their revenge on us
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    Exactly. It's the match that decides who is more likely to give a **** about their failed seasons
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    If liverpool win the EL, and united stay in 5th place, but win the FA cup.. then my ratings for the season will be:
    (regardless of positions 2nd-4th)

    Leicster: 10/10
    How can it not be? probably should be higher.

    Spurs: 8/10
    Getting CL football would have been a 10/10 at the start of the season, but given how close they came to the title, I think many will feel a little disappointed underneath

    Liverpool: 8/10
    Dissapointing in the league, but it does not matter. Got a new manager, won a cup, got CL football, got to a domestic final. (result is down to a 4/10 if they loose the final)

    Man city: 5/10
    Champions league football next season, won a domestic trophy, best progress ever in the CL. Disappointing overall, but underneath its not a disaster, especially considering Pep is coming in.

    United: 3/10
    Fa cup does not matter to them, it was all about CL football, and loosing it for a 2nd time in 3 years is awful. Especially if Liverpool manage to get it. result drops to a 1/10 if they loose the FA cup.

    Chelsea: 1/10
    A point salvaged by their second half of the season.. but just forget this year and move on to next year.

    Arsenal: 4/10
    Cl football, maybe as high as 2nd, but probably not.. a disappointing points total, R16 champions league.. no domestic cup run. Just a disappointing season. I would not put it lower, considering its not a disaster, and CL football is still good.. Butt it cant be considered any means of a success (5+ etc)
    United might get top 4 though. Essentially if City drop points vs Arsenal and United win the rest of their games(both likely outcomes) then well they have top 4 and an FA cup, which for most sides constitutes a somewhat successful season.
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    (Original post by bammy jastard 27)
    United might get top 4 though. Essentially if City drop points vs Arsenal and United win the rest of their games(both likely outcomes) then well they have top 4 and an FA cup, which for most sides constitutes a somewhat successful season.
    Would be jokes is Pep gets a CL-less City

    He'll destroy the league though
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)

    Chelsea: 1/10
    A point salvaged by their second half of the season.. but just forget this year and move on to next year.
    First half of our season was a 1/10 - beating you twice makes is a 2/10 and ending Spurs' title dreams at the Bridge make it a 3/10
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    First half of our season was a 1/10 - beating you twice makes is a 2/10 and ending Spurs' title dreams at the Bridge make it a 3/10
    Beating us shouldn't be an achievement for you tbh

    But I'd give you an extra two points for ****ing up the pricks at the lane

    Never been so happy while watching Chelsea
 
 
 
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