WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

Coffee 7:27 Sat Nov 20
Saturday football
After their customary bright start, the Foxes have fallen away and now sit in the bottom half of the table. No such hardship for the league leaders, who will look to solidify their place at the top. However much it would suit us, a Leicester victory looks unlikely. Away win.

Villa have slipped of late, which must seem familiar to their new manager. The flight of the Seagulls, too, has taken a downward turn and they may struggle to contain the new manager bounce today. Plus, Ings is back for the home side. Home win.

Burnley are still in the bottom three, while Palace find themselves in the top half. Not perhaps the afternoon’s most inspiring prospect, but neutrals – should there be any – can expect a battling, and potentially extremely dull, contest. Away win.

Brentford have lost all four of their league games since they beat us at the start of October, and are the first and only side to have lost to Norwich this season. Only goal difference gives Newcastle the edge over the Canaries at the foot of the table. Eddie Howe, a Covid-enforced remote presence today, will have his hands full to overflowing to make this season a success for his new club. But the Bees perhaps offer an ideal opposition for his first game in charge. Home win.

The Saints have worked hard to push themselves up the table and will be glad of this opportunity to add to their points tally. But, as Brentford discovered, not all that shimmers is gold and they will have to exercise their usual discipline and readiness to break to leave Carrow Road with what should be a routine three points. Away win.

Conte’s arrival at Spurs and Howe’s at Newcastle may have come as welcome news to OGS. It removes two contenders from the list of his possible successors and could thus prolong what has become an increasingly tenuous tenure. His side are currently sixth, but a mathematically worst case scenario could see them drop as low as thirteenth at close of play today. A win would push them up one place, if Arsenal lose. Watford are one spot above the drop zone, so there’s plenty of incentive for them to put in a performance too. Should be interesting. Away win.

Michail Antonio, on whom we rely for so much to do with goals, has been notching up the old air miles in recent days and may not be ready for a full ninety minutes at Molineux. His scoring record against today’s opponents is not among his best, though his recent form in front of goal – including that scorcher against the USA – provides highly encouraging momentum. With Ogbonna probably out for the season, we may see Dawson fill in for him. Wolves look likely to have Adama Traore back, who always seems to do well against us. But the hosts have a miserable recent record of shots and have scored less than half the number that we have. But then, they’ve also conceded one less. Which tells you what exactly? A win today would equal the 21 victories we achieved in 1986. And if Leicester beat Chelsea, a 12-0 win would see us top the table at the end of the day. Away win.

A Premier League classic to end the day. Only recently occupying a bottom three spot, Arsenal have somehow managed to climb to fifth, and are now just two points behind their hosts. How did that happen? Most would consider Liverpool the stronger side and anything but a victory for them will raise eyebrows. Home win.


After a strong start to the season, the Toffees have managed two draws and three defeats in their last five. Which doesn’t bode well for a visit to Fortress Etihad. Poor old Rafa. Home win.

Harry Kane seems to be reserving his goals for England, which may explain why only Norwich have scored fewer goals than Spurs so far this season. Arguably, Leeds have been unlucky in many of their results and, based on performances, probably deserve to be higher in the table. Poor fortune again sees them come up against a side awaiting and expecting rejuvenation, but this is still an intriguing contest between two accomplished managers. Home win.

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twoleftfeet 10:14 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Did he turn down Spurs? Is that why you don’t like him?

⚒️ 10:01 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Just a shame it weren’t a glass bottle.

goose 9:59 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Yeh really impressive sneaking a win against an injury ravaged side that have one two games all season.

RBshorty 9:53 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Payet been hit by a bottle in Lyon. Fuck all will happen. Happen in this country and it would be a European ban. It stink’s.

Pedro 9:53 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Payet knocked out by bottle thrown from crowd

All kicking off

RM10 9:13 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Did he jump in the crowd like at Chelsea?

RM10 9:12 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Did they win something or beat a 4th from bottom side?

twoleftfeet 8:45 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
My god you are as boring as you are predictable.

Keep on fishing.

marty feldman 8:45 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Put the fishing rod away .

⚒️ 8:42 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Very impressive second half by the spuds.

Conte turning it around there.

Any Old Iron 8:28 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
I'd love to see Cunte lose his syrup whilst throwing himself around in such an hysterical fashion.
Fucking eyetie cunt.

twoleftfeet 8:24 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Have Spurs just beaten Bayern Munich in the champions league final?

No they have beaten an injury hit Leeds side who were without their best players.

Deluded cunts.

ted fenton 8:12 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Our Girls beat Spurs 1-0 first ever win over them long may it continue.

Far Cough 7:53 Sun Nov 21
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Alex G 7:27 Sun Nov 21
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Pedro 7:46 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Ha all the songs now. So obvious

Sven Roeder 7:29 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Conte doesnt care
He'll be off to Man Utd by Christmas

Alex G 7:27 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
The last time Tottenham had a shot on target (in the league) was.... against us when we met almost a month ago.

Six full halves of football without mustering even one single shot that's bothered the keeper. We've had plenty of periods of being utterly awful in our past but I can't remember us ever being that bad...

, 7:25 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
I like the way Leeds play, they set their stall out and the opposition simply have to compete, all the time and all over the field.

Their goal was a reward for their aggression.

Pedro 7:25 Sun Nov 21
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Pedro 7:24 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Leeds amazing them.

Spurs fans a joke . So fickle.

They will be giving it the “Antonio” song when winning. Then sky say how good they and spurs are.

ironsofcanada 7:23 Sun Nov 21
Re: Saturday football
Top three sorting itself out, unfortunately.

But we have a headstart at least on the rest for 4th and they are regularly beatable. (The Man United loss will hurt, especially if they get themselves sorted.)

Needs some reinforcements in January if for no reason than everyone around us should bring people in.

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