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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
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9%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
32%
  
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e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
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Coffee 8:19 Sat Jan 23
Saturday+ football
PREMIER LEAGUE

ASTON VILLA vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (2000)
Villa have a curiously poor record against the Magpies and they come into this on the back of three defeats. As do Newcastle, so something has to give. Marginally better form and home advantage, such as it is, tips the balance towards the hosts. Home win.


FA CUP FOUTH ROUND

SOUTHAMPTON vs ARSENAL (1215 ko)
There’s something in this for both sides, the prospect of a tie against an out-of-sorts Wolves. A tough game beckons today as the two sides meet in the first of two games in three days. Home win.

BARNSLEY vs NORWICH CITY (1500)
Away win.

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION vs BLACKPOOL (1500)
Home win.

MILLWALL vs BRISTOL CITY (1500)
Dead cert away win.

SHEFFIELD UNITED Vs PLYMOUTH ARGYLE (1500)
The kind of banana skin the Blades could do without, but one that will have Wednesday fans licking their lips. Home win.

SWANSEA CITY vs NOTTINGHAM FOREST (1500)
Home win.

WEST HAM UNITED vs DONCASTER ROVERS (1500)
The visitors arrive with seven wins out of their last eight games under their belt. Whatever division you’re in, that kind of form boosts confidence. David Moyes must decide whether to play Antonio, acknowledging that a run of games seems to bring out the best in him. Kieran Sadler, whose Dad used to post on here, went on to play for the visitors and was their top scorer last season, but now turns out for Rotherham. This is not a game to approach with complacency. Home win.
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CHELTENHAM TOWN vs MANCHESTER CITY (1730)
Away win.



SUNDAY

CHELSEA vs LUTON TOWN (1200)
FLJ could do with a win and will certainly put out a strong side capable of sidestepping fruit skins. Home win.

BRENTFORD NYLONS vs LEICESTER CITY (1430)
Away win.

FULHAM vs BURNLEY (1430)
Burnley will be flying having beaten Liverpool on their own turf. Away win.

MANCHESTER UNITED vs LIVERPOOL (1700)
Hmm. Home win. Our next opponents?

EVERTON vs SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY (2000)
Home win.


MONDAY

WYCOMBE WANDERERS vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (1945)
Wedding celebrations notwithstanding, home win. 4-2?


TUESDAY

PREMIER LEAGUE

CRYSTAL PALACE vs WEST HAM UNITED (1800)
Our record against Palace inspires less than total optimism and Mr Beaky will be on the prowl for all three points. Draw.

NEWCASTLE UNITED vs LEEDS UNITED (1800)
There should be something in this for the away side. Draw.

SOUTHAMPTON vs ARSENAL (2015)
And they meet again. Draw.

WEST BROMWICH ALBION vs MANCHESTER CITY (2015)
Despite BFS’s bus parking prowess, an away win.


FA CUP

BOURNEMOUTH vs CRAWLEY TOWN (1900)
Can Crawley repeat their Leeds heroics against the CHERRIES? Nope – back to Broadfield empty-handed. Home win.

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Alex G 7:55 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
BBC is now listing Man United Everton as taking place on Saturday the 6th of February.

Romfordboy 3:24 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Everton apparently expecting it to be re scheduled for the sat/sun

Sven Roeder 3:15 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Bbc website seems to say that it will be Man U v West Ham at 7.30pm on Feb 9
The PL app still showing Man U v Everton on Sky at 8pm on Monday Feb 8

ted fenton 2:43 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
The BBC will show the FA Cup fifth-round tie between Manchester United and West Ham, along with Chelsea’s trip to Championship side Barnsley, live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Sven Roeder 11:23 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Bales game has been running hard with the ball and his shooting
Looks like someone not trusting his body or just taking some light match practice to get ready for the Euros for Wales.
Been utterly underwhelming after all the Spurs fans wanking each other off when he joined.

Manuel 11:10 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Come on feet, Bale was a lot more than just pace, but yea don't help of course.

twoleftfeet 11:05 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Bale has been a complete flop, I can see him heading to America before too long. He has lost his pace and that was his big thing.

Manuel 11:02 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Mourinho seemed to have a look of resignation after the game. He can't get them going can he, Bale hasn't worked out, now Kane out. He's under pressure now to get top 4 or it's been a failure.

ray winstone 10:58 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Kane's second injury came when he was doing his famous 'look at the defender, crouch over and draw the foul routine', shame.

twoleftfeet 12:31 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
The Spurs fans forum is in meltdown, this is my personal favourite from a poster called Harry Monk -

Harry Kane is out and David Moyes is doing a better job with a worst team

Grumpster 12:19 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Don't really care about spurs as ive never considered them good enough to challenge for a title including when Leicester won it and I don't consider top 4 anything to wank over, but their fans fucking revelled in the fact they played great football under poch and they were right.

Fucking hilarious now that there isn't a team in the top 2 divisions who play such turgid shit and those cunts have gone very quiet.

Cheers Jose.

Lily Hammer 12:18 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Both Kane’s ankles are injured and both swelling up. He won’t play against us in three weeks.

Matip will be out for a long time.

This from the two managers.

Norflundon 12:14 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Have to say bin dippers were superb tonight but fuck me spuds were so negative I’d like to think we’ll get in their faces. But tbh if they play like that we will have to play out of our skins to get anything out of the game

zebthecat 12:11 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
twoleftfeet 11:35 Thu Jan 28

Weird but brilliant isn't it?

goose 12:08 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Let’s be honest, they are a very good team.
We’ll have to be 100% to beat them.

Sven Roeder 12:06 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Liverpool looking like themselves again but their defence hardly tested by a dismal Spurs.
Without Kane they are very ordinary
1-3 flattering for Spurs should have been about a 4 goal margin

Lily Hammer 12:01 Fri Jan 29
Re: Saturday+ football
Liverpool prove their attack can still be dangerous, if given the chance, which tottenham gave them. Awful defending and bus parking with no serious press. Liverpool will not get an easy ride like that against us.

And the yids will be fuming that they didn’t test that tattered defence.

I hope our boys can smell blood. The mickies are there to be got at. Antonio will be hungry as fuck, and I think he’ll get to feast.

twoleftfeet 11:35 Thu Jan 28
Re: Saturday+ football
Still the top team in London 👍👍

lowlife 11:30 Thu Jan 28
Re: Saturday+ football
Think it was Bale that helped secure Rodon signing for them.

Bale was also going to help them win the premier league.

Sven Roeder 11:25 Thu Jan 28
Re: Saturday+ football
Gedson Fernandes & Joe Rodon

OR

Tomas Soucek & Craig Dawson

TOUGH CHOICE

Sven Roeder 11:21 Thu Jan 28
Re: Saturday+ football
Ha ha
Diabolical by Rodon
Dodged a bullet with this Welsh donkey

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