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Old 07-05-2012, 17:13
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I agree with the above, its Tioté I worry about.

I think he could walk into a Man Utd side
My friends a Man U fan and he said he doesen't rate Tiote and he doesen't think he would bring anything to Man U , I think Ba is most likely to leave.
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Old 07-05-2012, 18:02
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As an Arsenal fan I would like to congratulate Newcastle on the fantastic season they've had. Bad luck losing yesterday and I've actually enjoyed the way you've been playing and pleased for your progress under Pardew but on this occasion I wanted you to lose as I didn't want Man U to win the title yet again. If Arsenal weren't going to win it then I wanted City to win it as it would make a nice change and it would annoy everyone at Man U.

I'm going to be controversial here though. Were any Newcastle fans in two minds about whether they actually wanted to win yesterday? I know, its an outrageous thing to say, especially as you've still got a Champions League's place to play for but the fact is if you had beaten City or held them to a draw you would've effectively handed the title to Man U. Would you really have wanted that to happen, given your recent history with Man U?
Even if it meant us winning and going in 3rd place and Sunderland winning the league then I would rather we win. Always think about your own aspirations rather then knock on effects towards other clubs
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Old 07-05-2012, 18:08
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Even if it meant us winning and going in 3rd place and Sunderland winning the league then I would rather we win. Always think about your own aspirations rather then knock on effects towards other clubs
Steady on m8.
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Old 07-05-2012, 18:08
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I hope you guys will be cheering on Liverpool tomorrow night?
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Old 07-05-2012, 18:37
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I hope you guys will be cheering on Liverpool tomorrow night?
I'd rather slash my wrists!
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Old 07-05-2012, 19:15
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I'd rather slash my wrists!
I'll be hoping for a draw.

Or a Liverpool win. Anything other than a Chelsea win guarentees us 5th at least.
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Old 07-05-2012, 19:46
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I hope you guys will be cheering on Liverpool tomorrow night?
For one of the first times this season I would be happy to see yous win
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Old 07-05-2012, 19:53
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I'll be hoping for a draw.

Or a Liverpool win. Anything other than a Chelsea win guarentees us 5th at least.

If Chelsea draw tomorrow they could still pip us for 5th on goal difference. We could do with a Liverpool win just in case we slip-up on Sunday.
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Old 07-05-2012, 20:40
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The only problem i've ever had with Newcastle was Alan Shearer and he's no longer there.
Fair enough. Alan Shearer does divide opinion if you're not a Newcastle fan in the sense that some see a fantastic player and others see a pundit stating-the-bleeding-obvious after every match. You must hate it when he's on MOTD.
Even if it meant us winning and going in 3rd place and Sunderland winning the league then I would rather we win. Always think about your own aspirations rather then knock on effects towards other clubs
Fine principles but I still wouldn't be able to help think about whether I wanted my team to win badly enough if it meant Fergie lifting the PL trophy yet again. Thank god it wasn't Arsenal playing Man City yesterday and thank god it won't be us playing them next week either.
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Old 07-05-2012, 20:50
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Tiote with Berbatov to sweeten the deal, I can see it. (in my dreams)
It's not as unrealistic as it may seem. Given the choice I think he would move to Newcastle. He never gets a game at Man Utd AND he's a Newcastle supporter:

http://football.ya1.ru/uploads/posts...ov_375683a.jpg
We should make an offer for Adam Johnson as well.
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Old 08-05-2012, 10:36
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Interesting looking at the Spurs and Arsenal threads. All the discussion is about 3rd place still.

You know what, I can see us causing a shock on Sunday providing we win.

Arsenal against West Brom will not be easy for them. West Brom is usually a difficult place to go and if WB get as many chances as Norwich did with a tighter defence then I see a West Brom win.

Whilst Fulham go to Tottenham. Silently creeping up the table, have a massive shot at 7th place. Currently sitting 2nd behind Man City in the form table and the 5th best away record in the form table.

Saying all this Everton are very tricky opposition and will want that 7th place. I have a feeling Sunday is going to be quite unbearable
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Old 08-05-2012, 19:40
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Looking at the team Chelsea have put out tonight we could have 5th secured by 10pm tonight .

I sort of see where they are coming from by fielding a weakened team but they could actually still have finished 4th (they may still finish forth) . All they need to do is beat Liverpool and Blackburn. Hope Tottenham and Newcastle draw then they would finish 4th.

Seems like they are relying on winning the CL totally now to qualify
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Old 08-05-2012, 20:29
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Well we are finishing at least 5th guys
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Old 08-05-2012, 20:32
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Congratulations.

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Old 08-05-2012, 20:35
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Im sure you have bigger things to look forward too
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Old 08-05-2012, 20:53
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Liverpool are in dreamland. I'm sure they'll enjoy their night and we'll enjoy our 5th place minimum position

Downing was never going to score that pen.
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Old 08-05-2012, 21:07
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Liverpool are in dreamland. I'm sure they'll enjoy their night and we'll enjoy our 5th place minimum position

Downing was never going to score that pen.
Downing isnt the greatest at penalties mind

Liverpool have miised FIVE this season
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Old 08-05-2012, 22:23
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Just 90mins left of the season - we are guaranteed fifth - but hey let's go for third and embarrass the London obsessed media
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Old 08-05-2012, 22:31
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Just 90mins left of the season - we are guaranteed fifth - but hey let's go for third and embarrass the London obsessed media
Well we are going into the match now knowing a win could see us finish in 3rd or stay in 5th.

The good thing about that result is that we are not worried about being caught now, so as with the rest of the season we are the team with the least pressure on us.

Can just see us winning the game on the 89th minute but with Arsenal drawing and spurs winning.
THEN

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'We have a goal at White Hart Lane and its heartbreak for Spurs as its Tottenham 2 Fulham 2, but hang its not all over, there has been a massive goal at the Hawthorns 'its unbelievable Jeff, Van Persie has put it into his own net from 30 yards' '

You never know with this season
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Old 08-05-2012, 22:39
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Well we are going into the match now knowing a win could see us finish in 3rd or stay in 5th.

The good thing about that result is that we are not worried about being caught now, so as with the rest of the season we are the team with the least pressure on us.

Can just see us winning the game on the 89th minute but with Arsenal drawing and spurs winning.
THEN

SSN's
'We have a goal at White Hart Lane and its heartbreak for Spurs as its Tottenham 2 Fulham 2, but hang its not all over, there has been a massive goal at the Hawthorns 'its unbelievable Jeff, Van Persie has put it into his own net from 30 yards' '

You never know with this season
Good effort though.
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Old 08-05-2012, 22:42
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Good effort though.
I refuse to believe though that Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal will all win on Sunday. At least one will slip up I think.

Its gonna be one of those days where I have a few matches on (obv the Newcastle one getting most attention ) and Sky Sports News, with a few near heart attacks being a possibility

Really can not wait for it
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Old 08-05-2012, 22:50
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Well we are going into the match now knowing a win could see us finish in 3rd or stay in 5th.

The good thing about that result is that we are not worried about being caught now, so as with the rest of the season we are the team with the least pressure on us.

Can just see us winning the game on the 89th minute but with Arsenal drawing and spurs winning.
THEN

SSN's
'We have a goal at White Hart Lane and its heartbreak for Spurs as its Tottenham 2 Fulham 2, but hang its not all over, there has been a massive goal at the Hawthorns 'its unbelievable Jeff, Van Persie has put it into his own net from 30 yards' '

You never know with this season

Soccer Sunday with Sir Jeff

Merson - watching Spurs v Fulham. "Spurs looking like they are gonna hang on here, but Fulham have a corner. Swung in by Dempsey and I don't believe it Jeff, It's Desmond Jeff - it's 2-2. It's the big guy Hangeland"

Le Tissier watching West Brom v Arsenal
Le Tissier, "Well I can barely stay awake watching this Jeff, West Brom have parked the bus in front of their goal, and Arsenal look like they can't shift it, and West Brom dopn't look interested at all, Oh but no way the ref has goven a penalty to West Brom, not sure what for, but it's going to be Odomwingie. He's scored, and there is the final whistle"

Nicholas watching Everton v Newcastle
"Cisse is terrifying the Everton back four, and the Toon Army are loving this, Ben Arfa comes forward and crosses, it's there Jeff. It is that man again. It's Cisse and hs hae just handed the Toon Army the bronze medal. I think he has"
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Old 08-05-2012, 23:06
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Soccer Sunday with Sir Jeff

Merson - watching Spurs v Fulham. "Spurs looking like they are gonna hang on here, but Fulham have a corner. Swung in by Dempsey and I don't believe it Jeff, It's Desmond Jeff - it's 2-2. It's the big guy Hangeland"

Le Tissier watching West Brom v Arsenal
Le Tissier, "Well I can barely stay awake watching this Jeff, West Brom have parked the bus in front of their goal, and Arsenal look like they can't shift it, and West Brom dopn't look interested at all, Oh but no way the ref has goven a penalty to West Brom, not sure what for, but it's going to be Odomwingie. He's scored, and there is the final whistle"

Nicholas watching Everton v Newcastle
"Cisse is terrifying the Everton back four, and the Toon Army are loving this, Ben Arfa comes forward and crosses, it's there Jeff. It is that man again. It's Cisse and hs hae just handed the Toon Army the bronze medal. I think he has"
Dream land, I wouldn't be able to sleep for weeks
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Old 09-05-2012, 16:05
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I really hope you get CL next season, you really deserve it.
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Old 11-05-2012, 16:55
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Just announced on five live, Alan Pardew is Barclays Manager of the year.

Much deserved.
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