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  • FABONGRASS FABONGRASS May 1, 2013 08:38 Flag

    Is that a mouse i hear?

    Is that a mouse?

    Or is it the sound of your bums squeaking?

    Well well Yidsters, St Totteringhams is later than ever and, dare I say, may be postponed entirely this season! GULP!

    The scenario runs that if Spurs win all their remaining fixtures, including Chelski at the Bridge, then they qualify for CL football next season! If Chelski win all their remaining fixtures, apart from the Spurs fixture, then they too qualify for CL football. Leaving Arsenal.....well....in the unmentionables even if they win all of their remaining fixtures!!!

    Is a one man team enough to overcome Chelski at the Bridge?

    Will AVB better 'Arry?

    Will Mourinho return to Chelski if they fail to qualify???

    Will Wenger skidaddle to PSG if Arsenal fail to qualify????

    Do you honestly believe Spurs have a better squad than Arsenal today!?!?!

    Questions questions.

    If it's not the sound of your back passages gurgling, it's probably mine.

    Yours,

    Fab (slightly worried now).

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    • If we play like we did at Wigan,we'll end up on 68 points, and Europa League Thursdays again!!

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      • I know its all negative and I should be more positive but IF we haven't blown it already by the time the Chelski game arrives then we will then IMO. The Ar$e run in is easier than ours and we are not playing well at the moment plus I think our bottle will go a bit. Chelski have a lot more players that are capable of scoring than we do. Take Bale out and we are left with....Ade(if he can be bothered), Defoe (if AVB picks him) and.....Verthogen. Not really any others that would come into the "regular scorers" section. Chelski have Ba, Torres, Hazzard, Mata, Ramirez, Lampard, Moses and even Terry who are all more than capable of scoring.

        That said, I honestly think our squad is better than Ar$e.

        Being a Spurs supporter means I have already resigned myself to that feeling of dread but, by some miracle, if we pull it off then I will feel even better!

    • Squeaky bum, squeaky bum, squeaky squeaky bum bum!

      I just did the BBC results predictor ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/predictor/default.stm), did each match on immediate gut feeling except for ours & yours on last day of the season, checked the table before them. Somewhat unsurprisingly, this spurs fan's gut says Arsenal will get the coveted 5th spot, with Wigan going down on GD. Chelsea were in 3rd.

      I'm ok with this outcome.