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Sunday, May 7

Vas y Titi

The Ultimate Spurs nightmare. They get beaten at home, Arsenal win their last ever game at Highbury with a hat-trick from Henry that guarantees participation in the CL next year. Ole-Ole!!! TURN YOUR SPEAKERS ON!!!


  • Thoroughly tainted by food poisoning incidents at Spurs, but fair play to Arsenal on doing their part.

    By Blogger Glazer Shmazer, at 3:03 PM  

  • Congrats on 67 pts.

    By Blogger Stand up if you hate Man u, at 4:53 PM  

  • HAHAHAHA - we have just watched the Arsenal game and am thoroughly delighted. Tough luck Spuddies, think its hilarious about the food poisoning and I just hope the person responsible turns out to be a chef who is an Arsenal fan. Fantastic stroke of luck topped off with Henry class. What a fantastic end to the Highbury era. A great day of football.

    By Blogger Simon Burke, at 7:08 PM  

  • Indeed it was. All the more so was Henry upon hearing West 'ams second goal from the fans flashing 2-1 with both hands with utter glee. 'Effin Brilliant!

    Oh, and where was van Nistleroy off to?


    By Blogger duffinho, at 10:18 PM  

  • The ultimate spurs nightmare is clostridium perfringens. I suspect Supurs folklore will talk of cheating and robbery now...

    Fair play to a very slick yernited side for taking 2nd.

    By Blogger Rich Hughes, at 1:02 AM  

  • It was only Carrick that looked off the pace and that was after 70 or so minutes. The rest of them ran and were lively. The difference is that when Spurs needed to sub players on, they had a choice of somebody, somebody else, and oh, that bloke. Their first 11-13 players are one thing, but after that they look strictly Hackney Marsh.
    Yesterday, we brought on Ljungberg, Bergkamp, and Van Persie. Man U had Scholes and Sjolskaer, Liverpool has Cisse.

    Not only were we treated to Spurs failure, but Spurs old boy took such a weak penalty, you'd have sworn he was the one who'd eaten the Salmon Mousse.

    It's always something with Spurs. They had a squad of lawyers at the ready in case they did finish fourth but knocked out in the event of us winning the CL. Now those guys are busy writing writs against the hotel, the Premier League and probably me for taking the piss.

    Big club my Arse! Read that any way you choose.

    By Blogger gooner71, at 7:55 AM  

  • Spurs did very well this year with a fairly young squad and an English core. Take the piss if you want but I'd show them a bit more respect. They'll be up there again next year.

    Keep fielding non-English sides.

    By Blogger Chris P, at 9:26 AM  

  • You are damn right I will take the piss, this is Spurs folklore now and we all knew Teddy would tank that penalty for the Hammers (he was booed off by the Hammers fans). End of the day Spurs finished 5th and the table doesnt lie - they drew away at Sunderland. Your final place in the table isnt decided on the last day , its decided from August to May.

    A quick look at Fulham's team shows me just how many English players there are there: Radzinski, Malbranque, Bocanegra, Mcrbride, John, Christenvaal, Niemi, Helguson, Goma, Diop, Volz, Boa Morte....Bridge is only there on loan. We gave you Volz, I didnt hear Fulham fans complaining then.

    Spurs next year will have an older Davids - Lennon and Carrick may move this Summer..

    By Blogger Simon Burke, at 9:42 AM  

  • Precisely Simon.

    And it's not as if Defoe has a cockerel tattooed on his bicep either.

    And that Mido's a stayer.

    Happy St. Totteringham's Day Boys!

    By Blogger gooner71, at 9:59 AM  

  • Arsenal 3-0 Fulham; number of English plahyers in World Cup squad.

    By Blogger Simon Burke, at 10:39 AM  

  • Even MCFC has a player on the roster - too bad it's James and not Barton!

    Fulham play in a very pretty, quaint "cottage." Like their supporters, though, a bit soft.

    By Blogger George Cuddy, at 10:59 AM  

  • And Fulham's player of the year is, ahem, American.

    By Blogger Glazer Shmazer, at 11:13 AM  

  • Liam Rosenoir, Zat Knight and Michael Brown are English. You could also include Tony Warner despite him playing for Trinidad and Tobago. Believe Ian Pearce is also English. Plus more will come through the Academy.

    Fulham do not have the money to buy established English players; they sell at a premium.

    My whole point was laugh at Spurs if you want but they're only going to get stronger. I don't like them myself btw.

    By Blogger Chris P, at 12:31 PM  

  • I laughed myself silly when I heard of the food poisoning. I reckon one of the following famous Gooners was behind it: Ronnie Biggs, Mad Frankie Fraser, Dave Courtney, Fidel Castro or Osama.

    Well done FA, to let the game gone on. After all, I having 7 or 8 of your first squad players out is grounds for postponement, then Arsenal would've had at least half their games this season postponed.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:35 PM  

  • I heard Wenger wanked in the soup...he used The Beano as an aid of course.

    By Blogger TheBusbyBoy, at 2:31 PM  

  • Again, what is Max Bretos' opinion on this? I don't move until I hear his words of wisdom.

    By Blogger George Cuddy, at 4:54 PM  

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