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Gunners v City down to the wire. You have to hand it to Arsenal. They seem to be getter stronger. Away to Man U big. Spurs at home to City is a banana skin match for City. A draw and it's the Gunners to win the league.

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Another bad day at the office for Ange

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eagleboy wrote: Mon May 06, 2024 9:21 am Another bad day at the office for Ange
Who in their right mind goes to Anfield and lets Emerson Royal on the bus? :lol:
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Spuds start the season breaking records.. remember super Ozzie Ange to now breaking them again :lol:

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Must be fun at United today? Easy game coming up next Sunday though. :lol:

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eagleboy wrote: Sun May 05, 2024 12:17 pm Gunners v City down to the wire. You have to hand it to Arsenal. They seem to be getter stronger. Away to Man U big. Spurs at home to City is a banana skin match for City. A draw and it's the Gunners to win the league.
Dunno Eagleman. Which Man.Utd side will show up?

If the Arsenal do prevail at Old Trafford, it’s gonna be a hoot being Cyril, hoping his team lose to the Citizens on Wednesday 13 May!

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Con M wrote: Tue May 07, 2024 2:29 pm
eagleboy wrote: Sun May 05, 2024 12:17 pm Gunners v City down to the wire. You have to hand it to Arsenal. They seem to be getter stronger. Away to Man U big. Spurs at home to City is a banana skin match for City. A draw and it's the Gunners to win the league.
Dunno Eagleman. Which Man.Utd side will show up?

If the Arsenal do prevail at Old Trafford, it’s gonna be a hoot being Cyril, hoping his team lose to the Citizens on Wednesday 13 May!
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The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
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Frank Costanza wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:29 am The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)

The other side of the coin is that haywood and his Goonie mates (sadly, I have a few of those back in the UK as well) will have to be cheering on the Spurs. :lol: I've got a nice Spurs shirt you can borrow haywood ;-)
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
Frank Costanza wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:29 am The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)

The other side of the coin is that haywood and his Goonie mates (sadly, I have a few of those back in the UK as well) will have to be cheering on the Spurs. :lol: I've got a nice Spurs shirt you can borrow haywood ;-)
Thanks for your generosity Cyril and appreciate the offer, however I'm a realist & I can see them rolling out a championship performance against a bang average side.

To United fans credit this morning, they created a great atmosphere & pushed their side all the way to the end - even knowing if they nicked a result it would hand their neighbours the championship, I just hope your mob does the same!
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haywood djablowme wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 8:41 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
Frank Costanza wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:29 am The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)

The other side of the coin is that haywood and his Goonie mates (sadly, I have a few of those back in the UK as well) will have to be cheering on the Spurs. :lol: I've got a nice Spurs shirt you can borrow haywood ;-)
Thanks for your generosity Cyril and appreciate the offer, however I'm a realist & I can see them rolling out a championship performance against a bang average side.

To United fans credit this morning, they created a great atmosphere & pushed their side all the way to the end - even knowing if they nicked a result it would hand their neighbours the championship, I just hope your mob does the same!
Not sure it would be big enough to fit you anyway, I don't want it stretched ;-)
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
Frank Costanza wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:29 am The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)

The other side of the coin is that haywood and his Goonie mates (sadly, I have a few of those back in the UK as well) will have to be cheering on the Spurs. :lol: I've got a nice Spurs shirt you can borrow haywood ;-)
Nah, if the late great Cyril (Nice One Cyril) Knowles was around today, he’d just like to see Spurs beat the Citizens tomorrow, easily bag the 3 points against Sheffield Utd on the last day and hope that Villa struggle at Palace, then voila - go on to 69 points to Villa’s 68 and grab 4th spot and into the lucrative Champions League.

That’s what Levy would want too.

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Con M wrote: Tue May 14, 2024 10:55 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
Frank Costanza wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:29 am The ultimate paradox for a spurs fan:
Support your team to get a result against Man City or support Man City against your team to prevent your rivals (potentially) winning the league?
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)

The other side of the coin is that haywood and his Goonie mates (sadly, I have a few of those back in the UK as well) will have to be cheering on the Spurs. :lol: I've got a nice Spurs shirt you can borrow haywood ;-)
Nah, if the late great Cyril (Nice One Cyril) Knowles was around today, he’d just like to see Spurs beat the Citizens tomorrow, easily bag the 3 points against Sheffield Utd on the last day and hope that Villa struggle at Palace, then voila - go on to 69 points to Villa’s 68 and grab 4th spot and into the lucrative Champions League.

That’s what Levy would want too.
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)
So many comments on multiple blogs leading up to the much anticipated game but I love this one..

Mikel Arteta has turned Spurs most successful season in a long time into an emotional headache that has their fans begging their team to lose and stay in the Spursday Night Europa League rather than move into the Champions League. Embarrassing. But funny. Imagine hating potential success? 🤣
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haywood djablowme wrote: Tue May 14, 2024 1:28 pm
Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 13, 2024 7:52 am
As a lifelong Spurs fan, I couldn't actively want any team to beat whatever team we put out, even if the south London gypsies win the league, but I do hope that Ange tries out a few 16 year olds for the experience ;-)
So many comments on multiple blogs leading up to the much anticipated game but I love this one..

Mikel Arteta has turned Spurs most successful season in a long time into an emotional headache that has their fans begging their team to lose and stay in the Spursday Night Europa League rather than move into the Champions League. Embarrassing. But funny. Imagine hating potential success? 🤣
C'mon let's hear a loud COYS from you haywood :lol:
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Strong words from Ange this morning..
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haywood djablowme wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 9:35 pm Strong words from Ange this morning..
TBF he's coming at it from a totally different angle to anyone (like me) who's ever lived and worked in North London. Managers come and go (I go back as far as Billy Nic) but the loathing of the South London pikeys never wavers :lol:
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haywood djablowme wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 9:51 am received_965931961504943.jpeg
:lol: How the fuck do they get away with such a rort?
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 10:45 am
haywood djablowme wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 9:35 pm Strong words from Ange this morning..
TBF he's coming at it from a totally different angle to anyone (like me) who's ever lived and worked in North London. Managers come and go (I go back as far as Billy Nic) but the loathing of the South London pikeys never wavers :lol:
Was that you Cyril in the ground.. the one in a Spurs shirt celebrating the Citeh goal..??

Actively cheering an away goal in your home ground is pure embarrassment for the reputation of the club. Having your manager savage the mindset of the club after the game is a very worrying thing to hear. All this carry-on has been seen around the world - Spurs are one of the few clubs that has fans actively rooting against their own team. Conte called Spurs a disgrace, Mourinho said the same, now Big Ange is gearing up to unload on a situation that seems hapless.
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haywood djablowme wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 11:33 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 10:45 am
haywood djablowme wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 9:35 pm Strong words from Ange this morning..
TBF he's coming at it from a totally different angle to anyone (like me) who's ever lived and worked in North London. Managers come and go (I go back as far as Billy Nic) but the loathing of the South London pikeys never wavers :lol:
Was that you Cyril in the ground.. the one in a Spurs shirt celebrating the Citeh goal..??

Actively cheering an away goal in your home ground is pure embarrassment for the reputation of the club. Having your manager savage the mindset of the club after the game is a very worrying thing to hear. All this carry-on has been seen around the world - Spurs are one of the few clubs that has fans actively rooting against their own team. Conte called Spurs a disgrace, Mourinho said the same, now Big Ange is gearing up to unload on a situation that seems hapless.
:lol: I wouldn't actively cheer, but I wasn't overly upset and certainly not surprised to lose to City.

It's Ange's job to win, so I'd expect his reaction, but as I said, managers are temporary, their allegiance changes every time they change jobs so I doubt many Spurs fans would give a toss what Conte or Maureen said about them.

I would have taken an entertaining season and to finish in fifth at the start of the season. Let's see who Ange buys.
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 12:05 pm I doubt many Spurs fans would give a toss what Conte or Maureen said about them.
Do Spurs give a toss about their trophy cabinet?
Conte and Mourinho probably like theirs.

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Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 12:05 pm
haywood djablowme wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 11:33 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 10:45 am
haywood djablowme wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 9:35 pm Strong words from Ange this morning..
TBF he's coming at it from a totally different angle to anyone (like me) who's ever lived and worked in North London. Managers come and go (I go back as far as Billy Nic) but the loathing of the South London pikeys never wavers :lol:
Was that you Cyril in the ground.. the one in a Spurs shirt celebrating the Citeh goal..??

Actively cheering an away goal in your home ground is pure embarrassment for the reputation of the club. Having your manager savage the mindset of the club after the game is a very worrying thing to hear. All this carry-on has been seen around the world - Spurs are one of the few clubs that has fans actively rooting against their own team. Conte called Spurs a disgrace, Mourinho said the same, now Big Ange is gearing up to unload on a situation that seems hapless.
:lol: I wouldn't actively cheer, but I wasn't overly upset and certainly not surprised to lose to City.

It's Ange's job to win, so I'd expect his reaction, but as I said, managers are temporary, their allegiance changes every time they change jobs so I doubt many Spurs fans would give a toss what Conte or Maureen said about them.

I would have taken an entertaining season and to finish in fifth at the start of the season. Let's see who Ange buys.
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haywood djablowme wrote: Fri May 17, 2024 10:15 pm
Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 12:05 pm
haywood djablowme wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 11:33 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 10:45 am
haywood djablowme wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 9:35 pm Strong words from Ange this morning..
TBF he's coming at it from a totally different angle to anyone (like me) who's ever lived and worked in North London. Managers come and go (I go back as far as Billy Nic) but the loathing of the South London pikeys never wavers :lol:
Was that you Cyril in the ground.. the one in a Spurs shirt celebrating the Citeh goal..??

Actively cheering an away goal in your home ground is pure embarrassment for the reputation of the club. Having your manager savage the mindset of the club after the game is a very worrying thing to hear. All this carry-on has been seen around the world - Spurs are one of the few clubs that has fans actively rooting against their own team. Conte called Spurs a disgrace, Mourinho said the same, now Big Ange is gearing up to unload on a situation that seems hapless.
:lol: I wouldn't actively cheer, but I wasn't overly upset and certainly not surprised to lose to City.

It's Ange's job to win, so I'd expect his reaction, but as I said, managers are temporary, their allegiance changes every time they change jobs so I doubt many Spurs fans would give a toss what Conte or Maureen said about them.

I would have taken an entertaining season and to finish in fifth at the start of the season. Let's see who Ange buys.
Fifth after winning the first 10.. you Spuds have no ambitions!

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Comprehension not your forté haywood? I did say "at the start of the season", which, by definition, would be prior to winning anything ;-)
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Good to see the Gooners have won the league

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MegaBonus wrote: Sun May 19, 2024 8:47 pm Good to see the Gooners have won the league

'Rehearsing their Premier League trophy presentation - as club staff shake hands and pretend to award medals'
:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:
:lol: Shame it was all in vain, I'm gutted. ;-)
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As a result of City's 4th straight title, Everton will be deducted a further 10 points for financial irregularities. :shh:
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Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 8:06 am
MegaBonus wrote: Sun May 19, 2024 8:47 pm Good to see the Gooners have won the league

'Rehearsing their Premier League trophy presentation - as club staff shake hands and pretend to award medals'
:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:
:lol: Shame it was all in vain, I'm gutted. ;-)
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haywood djablowme wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 11:52 am
Nice One Cyril wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 8:06 am
MegaBonus wrote: Sun May 19, 2024 8:47 pm Good to see the Gooners have won the league

'Rehearsing their Premier League trophy presentation - as club staff shake hands and pretend to award medals'
:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:
:lol: Shame it was all in vain, I'm gutted. ;-)
I too would be gutted if I was a Spurs fan
:lol: I can feel your hurt :cry:

I was going to find some choker emojis but, TBF to the Woolwich, they pushed City all the way.
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