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 8:28 Sat Dec 21
Saturday football
Happy Christmas!

EVERTON vs ARSENAL (1230 ko)
We all know what the focus will be on here. This could be a juicy encounter with both teams wanting to impress their respective new bosses – although Big Dunc, who sounds like a large biscuit, remains in charge for today. Mesut Ozil is a doubt and Chinese television mandarins will hope he’s out. Draw.

Another potentially juicy one. Certainly a six-pointer. The Saints have fight, but remain dangerously brittle. Villa have shown they know how to win. Home advantage may be key. Home win.

Both sides have been painfully inconsistent of late, which makes this a tricky one to predict. Burnley should fancy their chances, depending on which Burnley team turns up. Draw.

Another game between two English managers – a rarity and probably the pick of the 3.00pm kick offs. Expect an afternoon of strategy and discipline, but few goals. Draw.

Palace have added steel during this year, but go into this with numerous injury concerns. The Barcodes have a good home record this season and will look to start their Christmas schedule by clipping the Eagles’ wings. Let us hope they run their visitors ragged and exhaust them. Home win.

Wolves could climb into the top five if results go their way today, while the best Norwich can hope for is to climb out of the bottom three on goal difference. But the plucky Canaries will have a tough time trying to tame their rampant visitors. Away win.

How will Pep cope without the calm Arteta at his side? No need to worry on that count, you’d think. The two sides will not change places whatever happens this afternoon, but this is certainly an intriguing prospect. Despite the Foxes’ tremendous form this season, Man City should still be too strong for them. Home win.

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Texas Iron 3:06 Mon Dec 23
Re: Saturday football
Good to see FLJ outsmarting Mourinho....
CFC dominated from the first whistle to the last...

Hermit Road 11:35 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
He has got a point to be fair. 1 pissed up spurs fan in a crowd of 60,000 is a totally fair representation of 100% of people in the UK. I don’t see how anyone could argue with that.

JLAP 11:28 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Lineker said that Stormzy has a point .. twat

Hermit Road 11:26 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Gary Neville has got it in hand, it’s Boris’ fault apparently.

. . 10:15 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
About time Tottenham fans got pulled up for there racist behaviour.
Been playing the victim card for nearly as long as Liverpool.

Browno22 9:19 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
As much as I hate spurs, every team has cunty fans.

Their players on the other hand are a nasty bunch of brats

The Stoat 8:54 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
goose 8:40 Sun Dec 22

Not sure it was a chant but monkey impressions against Rudiger

goose 8:40 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Any ideas what was chanted? Jermaine Jenas is shitting his pants but no-one has said anything apart from the announcement in the ground.

simon.s 8:34 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Spurs fans accused of racism to boot.

They get away with racist chants every week. Maybe now that will get clamped down on too.

Side of Ham 8:30 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football

happygilmore 8:23 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Hopefully Mourinho will keep them out of the CL spot.

Negative cunt. Playing Sissoko & Dier and leaving Eriksen on the bench.

Alli back to playing like a cunt.

and selecting the woeful Aurier.

Well done Mourinho and Levy, a match made in heaven

General Choi 8:20 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
I would urge everyone to drag themselves over to Forces TV and have a gander at Space 1999 Mission of the Darians. I had forgotten what a stunner Joan Collins was!!

Vexed 8:18 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Aurier and Sanchez are terrible players. The sort we'd fucking buy. That bad.

Sven Roeder 8:18 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Spurs will at least save on having to wash Kane’s shirt and clean his boots.
Completely and utterly anonymous

Iron Duke 8:16 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Spurs are worse than Liverpool for diving. Despicable players and shit fans.

happygilmore 8:15 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
batshit wearing nail polish...is this the latest trend for modern footballers?

Sarge 8:13 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Spurs shithousery getting all it deserves.

I feel a little dirty cheering a chelsea goal but on balance this is great fun watching them lord it over spurs.

If spurs are struggling to name parts of their ground then the ends can be the Antonio end and the Willian end.

terry-h 8:10 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Lampard junior seems to be doing a much better job than Audrey Roberts at this management lark.
Much better.

Side of Ham 8:09 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Based on that I think H&P is Spurs......

nychammer 8:08 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Watching this and wondering how spurs beat us and we beat Chelsea

happygilmore 8:03 Sun Dec 22
Re: Saturday football
Spurs always seem to throw the toys out of the pram when things don't go their way.

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