Sunday May 19, 2013 Day 38 Finished White Hart Lane

  1. Premier League - Bale winner not enough as Spurs come fifth

    Premier League - Bale winner not enough as Spurs come fifth

    Tottenham Hotspur missed out on a Champions League place again despite Gareth Bale's stunning 1-0 winner against Sunderland. More

  • Live Commentary

    Time:90'
    • Tottenham Hotspur
    • Sunderland
    • - Don't forget you can watch highlights of this and every Premier League game from 00:01 UK time on Monday. (Video UK only)
    • 90+5 Yes, Arsenal have beaten Newcastle so despite Bale's heroics that is fifth place for Spurs. Can they keep Bale now? Let me know what you think on Twitter @Reda_Eurosport.
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    • 90+4 There's the whistle - Spurs do their bit but I think it's fifth for them as Arsenal have all-but beaten Toon.
    • 90+3 Defoe has a finish blocked as the match fizzles out - Arsenal have a corner in their match. Should be it!
    • 90+2 This match is basically a write off, all that matters is Newcastle-Arsenal. Follow it below.
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    • 90+1 Arsenal have hit the post in their game. So tense!!
    • 90' Four added minutes in both these games. Yikes!
    • 89' BALE WITH A STUNNER! WHAT A GOAL FROM THE WELSH WIZARD! Screamer from 30 yards, flying into the top left. What a strike!!!
    • 89' SUNDERLAND SUB: Mitchell replaces Wickham, who has had a decent game.
    • 88' Huddlestone's corner is met by Adebayor, who is falling as he heads over.
    • 87' Bale on the right, he cuts inside, feeds Huddlestone whose shot is blocked by O'Shea. Corner. Toon, meanwhile, have a penalty appeal rejected!
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    • 86' Wickham wins his side a free-kick to take the pressure off.
    • 85' Larsson has played remarkably well aside from almost getting caught for that foul on Bale. He makes another clearance.
    • 84' Huddlestone with a long shot that Mignolet gets down to claim.
    • 83' Cuellar has been superb at the back and he makes another clearance, this time from Adebayor.
    • 82' Nervy times as Newcastle start to apply the pressure on Arsenal.
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    • 81' Lennon with a super run down the left, his cross is cleared by O'Shea AND BALE WITH A VOLLEY but saved again by Mignolet!
    • 80' Poor free-kick, out for a goal kick.
    • 79' Bale is tripped by Mandron and the youngster is booked.
    • 78' Sunderland with a rare spell on the ball in Spurs' half but Lennon blocks off Colback to win a goal kick.
    • 77' Adebayor flings one in for Bale but he scuffs his finish. Easy for Mignolet.
    • 77' Bale is actually on the right, as his low ball is blocked before Defoe can pounce.
    • 76' Bale hits one of his dipping free-kicks but it's some way over the bar.
    • 75' Reckless challenge by Vaughan on Lennon and it's a second yellow for him, Sunderland down to 10 men!
    • 75' SUNDERLAND SUB: Double sub as youngsters Modral and Knott come on for Graham and McClean.
    • 74' SPURS SUB: Defoe comes on for Dempsey as Spurs go two up top. Bale to move wide.
    • 73' Walker with a fizzing low drive but again saved by the frankly superb Mignolet!
    • 72' Bale springs the offside trap, fine turn past one man, a shimmy past another but Mignolet flies out to block his finish!
    • 71' Adebayor has a crack but blocked. Now Huddlestone with a low cross but well gathered by Mignolet.
    • 70' Spurs have a corner now as the crank it up! It misses Dawson but Assou-Ekotto has it wide left. Wickham clears his centre.
    • 69' Could that bizarre incident spur Spurs on? They need to win this anyway!
    • 68' Bizarre turn of events as Spurs fans go nuts after false rumour Arsenal had conceded; in fact their rivals had won a free-kick on the edge of the Newcastle box.
    • 67' Adebayor's attempted volley is well wide. Spurs continuing to pile it on!
    • 66' Wickham is onside and plays through Graham but Spurs sweep up to clear.
    • 65' Corner to Spurs after more good defending by Colback. The delivery is good from Huddlestone, header by Dawson and it lands for DEMPSEY but it's blocked by his own team-mate Vertonghen!!
    • 64' SPURS SUB: Dembele on for Parker as Spurs go for broke.
    • 63' DOUBLE CHANCE SPURS! How did they not score? Parker's finish cleared off the line by Colback, and Lennon hits the inside of the post via another Colback deflection! Amazing!
    • 62' Sunderland manage to scramble that clear, with Vaughan winning a throw.
    • 61' Bale fails to get the better of Colback, but the Sunderland man slips and concedes a corner.
    • 60' Johnson blazes a long-range effort over. Rare chance for Sunderland.
    • 59' AvB is still raging about those penalty decisions. Harsh on Spurs to be fair.
    • 58' Possession still heavily weighted in favour of the home side.
    • 56' This is looking like one of those days for Spurs - they now need Newcastle to score as well as themselves.
    • 55' Huddlestone blazes a volley just over after Sunderland keeper Mignolet flaps at a free-kick, Vertonghen flicking it back in!
    • 54' Great turn from Adebayor and a fine through ball but just too quick for Bale and Mignolet claims.
    • 53' ... As Arsenal have scored! The Gunners in the driving seat. Follow the commentary on that game for details.
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    • 52' Vaughan is booked for Sunderland as Spurs have a free-kick centre-left - but there's news from St James' Park...
    • 51' Dempsey and Bale almost combine again but Sunderland survive! All Spurs!
    • 50' Adebayor with a shot from the edge of the box and a definite handball by Cuellar who slipped and desperately stuck his arm out! But Marriner waves it away!
    • 49' GREAT SAVE LLORIS AND VERTONGHEN HACKS CLEAR! Slip from Assou-Ekotto that lets Wickham slide Graham through, fabulous touch and a low drive from him but the France keeper kept it out one-handed!
    • 48' Spurs again dominating Sunderland. This is a bit Arsenal to be honest!
    • 47' Larsson slips and Assou-Ekotto puts in a fine low ball that lands for the arriving Bale, his finish bounces off Cuellar and it falls just short of Dempsey and Lennon hits wide!
    • 46' The second half is underway.
    • - It is also goalless at half-time in Newcastle's match against Arsenal. So as it stands the Gunners would claim fourth.
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    • 45+2 Half-time and goalless, with Spurs having a penalty appeal waved away - and Bale booked for allegedly diving - as the hosts dominate possession. Sunderland have defended very deep but have had the odd chance.
    • 45+2 Johnson swings over a free-kick from the right that is far too deep. Throw to Spurs.
    • 45+1 In the first of two added minutes.
    • 45' Johnson with a poor cross swinging out for a throw. Not having one of his better games.
    • 44' Dempsey with a long-range drive but again Mignolet well positioned to get down and claim.
    • 43' Assou-Ekotto in acres of space but his pull-back is met by a Sunderland defender, with Huddlestone giving away a free-kick as he slides in.
    • 42' Lennon puts in a fabulous cross from the right but it just evades Bale and Adebayor and is cleared for a Spurs throw on the other wing.
    • 41' Shocking error by O'Shea to let Bale in but Mignolet flies across and manages to prevent the Spurs man finishing! O'Shea with a back-header, which was well past Mignolet, and Bale latched on to it. Goal kick.
    • 40' BALE WITH THE FREE-KICK BUT PALMED AWAY BY A FLYING MIGNOLET! Spurs getting closer...
    • 39' This free-kick has Bale all over it but Walker joins him, just under 30 yards out I make it...
    • 38' Huddlestone is taken down by McClean who is booked. Not a good tackle, late and the trailing leg followed through too.
    • 37' Wickham swivels into a fine shot but blocked by the Spurs defence for a throw.
    • 36' Replay shows Bale's finish may have struck an arm but Colback had no idea what was going on, he wasn't facing the ball and was almost point blank.
    • 35' BALE WITH THE FINISH BUT BLOCKED BY COLBACK! Great low ball from Lennon on the left. Bale felt Colback used an arm...
    • 34' Adebayor with some silky skills on the right but his cross is too close to Mignolet.
    • 33' Nice crossfield pass from Walker to Benoit A.E. Johnson robs him but runs it out for a throw.
    • 32' Spurs swarm forward but fail to release Adebayor.
    • 31' Spurs clear the corner but Johnson picks it up only to lose possession. Better from Sunderland though!
    • 30' GOOD SAVE LLORIS! Super first-time finish from Wickham at the near post after a fine low cross from Graham. But Lloris is equal to it to concede a corner.
    • 29' Adebayor is penalised on the left, offside it seems. All Spurs still!
    • 28' Bale wins it back though and Spurs come again. Now Walker on the run winning a corner off N'Diaye.
    • 27' Superb play by Adebayor to close down the defence and win the ball but Colback intercepts a pass wide to Walker.
    • 26' Newcastle v Arsenal is a more even game than this, both sides having chances and Toon starting well. Follow it on the link below!
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    • 24' Huddlestone with a fierce drive after a sustained spell of Spurs pressure that included a flick from Adebayor, but Mignolet is well placed to claim.
    • 23' Lennon drifts wide left but Larsson stops him in his tracks and gets the decision on the throw. Spurs fans getting more irate!
    • 22' Spurs continuing to bombard Sunderland goal but Mignolet has it back again. AvB is still raging at that booking for Bale.
    • 21' Shocking from the ref - Larsson hauled Bale down, no way was that a dive. Bale's reputation precedes him. I would have given a free-kick though - initial contact started outside box.
    • 20' Bale is booked for a dive but it looked like a penalty and Spurs cannot believe it!
    • 19' Foul on Adebayor on the left and he takes it quickly but Dawson's pass is intercepted by Colback.
    • 18' Dempsey wins a throw for Spurs on the left, or so he thinks - ref points the other way. Benoit has a word.
    • 17' Parker finds Adebayor, who moves in down the left before clipping a teasing ball that bisects Walker and Bale to drop wide.
    • 15' And as I say that a stat of some note arrives - 77% possession to Spurs so far.
    • 14' For all their possession Spurs haven't created too many chances. But that could change as Sunderland tire...
    • 13' Walker gets forward now but Mignolet has the cross covered.
    • 12' Bale holds it up for Adebayor, now Parker on the ball as Spurs work it wide right. Patient stuff from the hosts.
    • 11' Sunderland are well and truly camped in their own half. Could be a long day for Di Canio's men.
    • 10' Cuellar clears the corner but only to Vertonghen, who takes a touch but allows O'Shea to close him down and make a block.
    • 9' Lennon wins a corner on the right after a super Vertonghen pass.
    • 8' Spurs are in complete control but Sunderland are sitting deep. They earn a throw on the right, which Larsson sends upfield.
    • 7' This one is cleared fully but Spurs get it back as Bale's cross is blocked by N'Diaye. Throw on the left, Bale launches it in and Adebayor goes down in a tangle with Cuellar but he doesn't appeal and the Spurs fans soon move on.
    • 6' Dempsey meets the corner with a near-post flick which Cuellar has to force behind for another set piece.
    • 5' Adebayor gets in behind the Sunderland defence and, with no support, from the right has to shoot - decent stop by Mignolet at his near post. Corner.
    • 4' Johnson strays offside on the right wing. He feels Vaughan's pass should have come quicker.
    • 3' Sunderland finally get a touch on the ball but the long one from Colback to Graham is too long, Lloris claiming.
    • 2' Spurs are going for Sunderland from the off, with the visitors sitting very deep.
    • 1' My esteemed colleague Tom Adams is covering Newcastle v Arsenal, so be sure to drop by there to monitor that clash.
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    • 1' The first half is underway! Spurs kick off as they hunt a Champions League place.
    • 15:55 MATCH ODDS: Tottenham (1/3), Sunderland (8/1), Draw (4/1)
    • 15:50 GRAHAM’S GOAL DROUGHT: Sunderland striker Danny Graham has now gone 1034 minutes in all competitions without finding the back of the net.
    • 15:50 BALE BRILLIANCE: Only Teddy Sheringham (21 in 1993-94) has scored more goals in a single Premier League season for Tottenham than Gareth Bale has so far this term (20).
    • 15:50 ONE TO WATCH: Emmanuel Adebayor has scored five goals in his last six Premier League appearances in the month of May, including two in his last two matches for Spurs.
    • 15:45 SUNDERLAND FACTS Sunderland have won eight points (W2 D2 L2) in their six Premier League games under new manager Paolo Di Canio. The Black Cats had won just three points (D3 L5) in their final eight games under Martin O’Neill.
    • 15:45 SPURS FACTS: Spurs currently have 69 points coming in to their final game of the season. Their best points tally in a Premier League season before this campaign was 70, set in 2009-10. Spurs have won eight and lost just one of their last 12 Premier League home games (D3).
    • 15:45 HEAD TO HEAD: Sunderland have won just one of their last eight Premier League games against Tottenham Hotspur (L4 D3). Tottenham have suffered just one defeat in their previous 11 Premier League home games versus Sunderland (W9 D1 L1). The Lilywhites scored a goal in each of these matches.
    • 15:40 You can also follow Eurosport.com on Twitter for all the goal updates and latest sports news and gossip.
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    • 15:40 I can see Spurs tearing Sunderland apart today, what with the full-backs being midfielders and all that. What's your prediction? Let me know on Twitter @Reda_Eurosport.
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    • 15:35 Paolo Di Canio on the injured Steven Fletcher only having featured in relegation battles: "First of all, let him recover because he has had this surgery. Then I hope he is going to enjoy working with me. I am happy to work with him, but I hope he will be happy to work with me because he can improve a lot. If you understand that, until today, he has played only not to be relegated. He has to become a footballer for a team that wants to finish and establish the club in the top 10 every time."
    • 15:35 Andre Villas-Boas: "I think Chelsea will be the team to beat next year, bearing in mind the manager we expect to come in and the strengthening of a very good squad. The reference will come from Chelsea. But next year could be a good year to throw yourself into the race for the title, bearing in mind the changes at the top."
    • 15:30 Sunderland's suspension problems mean Adam Mitchell, Scott Harrison and David Ferguson are all on the bench for the first time.
    • 15:25 Sunderland's on-loan Spurs left-back Danny Rose is ineligible, while fellow defender Phil Bardsley has been left out after he was pictured in a casino looking the worse for wear with Matt Kilgallon, who is not in the first team picture anyway. As a result, midfielders Seb Larsson and Jack Colback play full-back. Could get messy! Stephane Sessegnon and Craig Gardner are suspended, although frontman Connor Wickham starts for the first time in a month.
    • 15:25 Spurs defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto has recovered from a knee injury and starts. Tom Huddlestone also starts in midfield, ahead of Lewis Holtby who is on the bench, as is Moussa Dembele and Gylfi Sigurdsson. Long-term absentees Sandro (knee), Younes Kaboul (thigh) and William Gallas (calf) are unavailable.
    • 15:20 TEAMS - SPURS: Lloris; Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto; Lennon, Huddlestone, Parker, Dempsey; Adebayor, Bale; Subs: Friedel, Caulker, Naughton, Dembele, Holtby, Sigurdsson, Defoe /// SUNDERLAND: Mignolet, Larsson, Colback, O'Shea, Cuellar, N'Diaye, Vaughan, McClean, Johnson, Graham, Wickham; Subs: Westwood, Marrs, Mandron, Knott, Ferguson, Harrison, Mitchell
    • 15:15 Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Premier League clash between Tottenham and Sunderland at White Hart Lane, the final game of the season and one that could see Spurs pip North London rivals Arsenal to fourth. Kick-off at 4pm UK time.
  • Summary

    • 90+5 Yes, Arsenal have beaten Newcastle so despite Bale's heroics that is fifth place for Spurs. Can they keep Bale now? Let me know what you think on Twitter @Reda_Eurosport.
    • 90+4 There's the whistle - Spurs do their bit but I think it's fifth for them as Arsenal have all-but beaten Toon.
    • 89' BALE WITH A STUNNER! WHAT A GOAL FROM THE WELSH WIZARD! Screamer from 30 yards, flying into the top left. What a strike!!!
    • 89' SUNDERLAND SUB: Mitchell replaces Wickham, who has had a decent game.
    • 81' Lennon with a super run down the left, his cross is cleared by O'Shea AND BALE WITH A VOLLEY but saved again by Mignolet!
    • 79' Bale is tripped by Mandron and the youngster is booked.
    • 75' Reckless challenge by Vaughan on Lennon and it's a second yellow for him, Sunderland down to 10 men!
    • 75' SUNDERLAND SUB: Double sub as youngsters Modral and Knott come on for Graham and McClean.
    • 74' SPURS SUB: Defoe comes on for Dempsey as Spurs go two up top. Bale to move wide.
    • 73' Walker with a fizzing low drive but again saved by the frankly superb Mignolet!
    • 72' Bale springs the offside trap, fine turn past one man, a shimmy past another but Mignolet flies out to block his finish!
    • 65' Corner to Spurs after more good defending by Colback. The delivery is good from Huddlestone, header by Dawson and it lands for DEMPSEY but it's blocked by his own team-mate Vertonghen!!
    • 64' SPURS SUB: Dembele on for Parker as Spurs go for broke.
    • 63' DOUBLE CHANCE SPURS! How did they not score? Parker's finish cleared off the line by Colback, and Lennon hits the inside of the post via another Colback deflection! Amazing!
    • 55' Huddlestone blazes a volley just over after Sunderland keeper Mignolet flaps at a free-kick, Vertonghen flicking it back in!
    • 52' Vaughan is booked for Sunderland as Spurs have a free-kick centre-left - but there's news from St James' Park...
    • 50' Adebayor with a shot from the edge of the box and a definite handball by Cuellar who slipped and desperately stuck his arm out! But Marriner waves it away!
    • 49' GREAT SAVE LLORIS AND VERTONGHEN HACKS CLEAR! Slip from Assou-Ekotto that lets Wickham slide Graham through, fabulous touch and a low drive from him but the France keeper kept it out one-handed!
    • 47' Larsson slips and Assou-Ekotto puts in a fine low ball that lands for the arriving Bale, his finish bounces off Cuellar and it falls just short of Dempsey and Lennon hits wide!
    • 46' The second half is underway.
    • - It is also goalless at half-time in Newcastle's match against Arsenal. So as it stands the Gunners would claim fourth.
    • 45+2 Half-time and goalless, with Spurs having a penalty appeal waved away - and Bale booked for allegedly diving - as the hosts dominate possession. Sunderland have defended very deep but have had the odd chance.
    • 45+1 In the first of two added minutes.
    • 41' Shocking error by O'Shea to let Bale in but Mignolet flies across and manages to prevent the Spurs man finishing! O'Shea with a back-header, which was well past Mignolet, and Bale latched on to it. Goal kick.
    • 40' BALE WITH THE FREE-KICK BUT PALMED AWAY BY A FLYING MIGNOLET! Spurs getting closer...
    • 38' Huddlestone is taken down by McClean who is booked. Not a good tackle, late and the trailing leg followed through too.
    • 35' BALE WITH THE FINISH BUT BLOCKED BY COLBACK! Great low ball from Lennon on the left. Bale felt Colback used an arm...
    • 30' GOOD SAVE LLORIS! Super first-time finish from Wickham at the near post after a fine low cross from Graham. But Lloris is equal to it to concede a corner.
    • 21' Shocking from the ref - Larsson hauled Bale down, no way was that a dive. Bale's reputation precedes him. I would have given a free-kick though - initial contact started outside box.
    • 20' Bale is booked for a dive but it looked like a penalty and Spurs cannot believe it!
    • 5' Adebayor gets in behind the Sunderland defence and, with no support, from the right has to shoot - decent stop by Mignolet at his near post. Corner.
    • 1' The first half is underway! Spurs kick off as they hunt a Champions League place.
    • 15:40 You can also follow Eurosport.com on Twitter for all the goal updates and latest sports news and gossip.
    • 15:40 I can see Spurs tearing Sunderland apart today, what with the full-backs being midfielders and all that. What's your prediction? Let me know on Twitter @Reda_Eurosport.
    • 15:35 Paolo Di Canio on the injured Steven Fletcher only having featured in relegation battles: "First of all, let him recover because he has had this surgery. Then I hope he is going to enjoy working with me. I am happy to work with him, but I hope he will be happy to work with me because he can improve a lot. If you understand that, until today, he has played only not to be relegated. He has to become a footballer for a team that wants to finish and establish the club in the top 10 every time."
    • 15:35 Andre Villas-Boas: "I think Chelsea will be the team to beat next year, bearing in mind the manager we expect to come in and the strengthening of a very good squad. The reference will come from Chelsea. But next year could be a good year to throw yourself into the race for the title, bearing in mind the changes at the top."
    • 15:20 TEAMS - SPURS: Lloris; Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto; Lennon, Huddlestone, Parker, Dempsey; Adebayor, Bale; Subs: Friedel, Caulker, Naughton, Dembele, Holtby, Sigurdsson, Defoe /// SUNDERLAND: Mignolet, Larsson, Colback, O'Shea, Cuellar, N'Diaye, Vaughan, McClean, Johnson, Graham, Wickham; Subs: Westwood, Marrs, Mandron, Knott, Ferguson, Harrison, Mitchell
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      Goalkeeper
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      Defenders
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      6.4 7
      6.3 7
      Substitution Out84′ 5.2 6
      Midfielders
      Substitution Out64′ 5.5 7
      5.8 7
      6.1 7
      Substitution Out73′ 6.6 6
      Goal Yellow Card 7.1 7
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      Substitution In64′ 4.6 6
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      Defenders
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      5.5 7
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      4.4 6
      4.6 5
      Yellow Card Substitution Out74′ 4.3 6
      Strikers
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      Substitution Out74′ 5.3 6
      Subs
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      Substitution In74′ Yellow Card 5.8 5
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  1. Really ugly part of the game these divers, but it looks­ like the refs have sussed Bale, so perhaps he can try­ to stay on his feet now, instead of falling at the­ slightest touch. Either that or leave for Spain, they­ like divers over there.

    From Bootboy, on Sun 2 Jun 0:51
  2. Spurs were 7 points ahead of us in march.we caught them­ again.unbelievable AND we hadn't got van persie­ this time.hopefully we'll falcao in the summer too­ with all that puma money.

    From kevin, on Tue 21 May 12:11
  3. Perhaps the likes of Scott Parker will not mouth off in­ the press like he did 10 weeks ago saying how Tottenham­ are going to finish above Arsenal. With a professional­ footballers limited intelligence, perhaps they are­ better keeping their mouths shut until after the last­ game of the season, and then see if you are in a­ position to say how great you are!! when will you lot­ ever learn?!

    From Neil, on Mon 20 May 16:56
  4. Congratulations to arsenal well done. Although it must­ be quite inbarrassing to keep quallafiying for the CL­ by luck? Looking forward to watching spurs in the­ Europa was good fun last season Almost as much fun as­ watching arsenal get knocked out of the CL early­ again. They only seem to win by playing badly in the­ prem.

    From andrew, on Mon 20 May 13:41
  5. Well thank God life does not end if you finish outside­ the top four. Arsenal supporters, grow up.

    From Brian, on Mon 20 May 3:09
  6. Di canny lad was like a caged monkey with nits : Good­ to know both clubs either side of the Tyne great­ barrier reef will be able to continue their tradition­ of hurling the worlds most vile abuse at each other ­ next season . Ye have t laugh , in the end it was a­ reet nail biter finish t the final whistle . Naturally­ we finished above you . Happy hols !

    From JohnnyGurkha, on Mon 20 May 2:51
  7. After this result, the queers from the Wear will be­ mugging London`s old dears to get their money to buy­ drugs & cheap cider before they do their usual­ carjacking to get back to scumberland.

    From no-one-is-no-one, on Sun 19 May 21:30
  8. Whors me song?

    From Hoss, on Sun 19 May 20:47
  9. Bale to Man City, it's common knowledge from the­ people in the know...

    From MICHAEL, on Sun 19 May 20:26
  10. COME ON YOU GUNNERS!!! Face it Gareth you must leave­ the spuds!

    From CHRIS, on Sun 19 May 19:20
  11. Time to go bale you must be tired of carrying your­ team all season. Go where you can win somthing

    From Mark, on Sun 19 May 18:52
  12. Magnificent defensive display from Sunderland and­ Mignolet. Bale 1 Sunderland 0.

    From Charlie, on Sun 19 May 18:51
  13. Happy St Totterings day everyone :o)

    From Bootboy, on Sun 19 May 18:44
  14. The ref was appalling and Tottenham should have been­ awarded two clear penalties. It was lucky for him­ arsenal won otherwise Tottenham would rightly have­ called for his head. If Arsenal had not won then his­ inexcusable lapses of judgement would have cost a team­ a chance to play in the champion’s league none the less­ he needs to pulled over the coals about his poor­ performance.

    From whatever, on Sun 19 May 18:35
  15. Hello TOT #$%$ fans, how are you feeling today? Did you­ enjoy your day?

    From PLOPPENHAM HOTTURDS 4Life, on Sun 19 May 18:27
  16. ahahahahahahahahah. spurs fans are such losers, enjoy­ channel 5 you wasters.

    From Allen Cubillos, on Sun 19 May 18:24
  17. dempsey taken out & adebayor left in? AVB & ADE­ need to get the sack

    From jeff, on Sun 19 May 18:21
  18. Even another gifted send off from referee did not do­ the job. Spurs is fifth, no CL qualification this­ season. Good game Sunderland in losing with 10 men.­ There is next year ans season to show how good the club­ is. Congratulation

    From Jack C, on Sun 19 May 18:14
  19. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!!!!!!!

    From Friendly Skellington, on Sun 19 May 18:11
  20. Congrats Spurs on making the Europa league. Congrats­ on the massive Bale money soon to come from Real­ Madrid. A real accomplishment for a team like yours

    From Lawrence, on Sun 19 May 18:10
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