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Back in 10th
Discussion started by Padre Pio , 30 June, 2020 08:35
Back in 10th
Padre Pio 30 June, 2020 08:35
I think we thought we were in 9th yesterday but clearly we are in 10th. Burnley beat Palace



"When we had to suffer the team is a lion because they suffer together." 4 July 2020 at Wolverhampton Wanderers
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Re: Back in 10th
djarse 30 June, 2020 12:15
We need to keep an eye on Burnley and Everton - both have easier run-ins than we do

Re: Back in 10th
goonerred 30 June, 2020 13:15
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I think we thought we were in 9th yesterday but clearly we are in 10th. Burnley beat Palace
We were in 9th until Burnley won and took all 3 points to leap frog us.

Re: Back in 10th
Lewis_198four 30 June, 2020 13:23
Perfect 10



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Re: Back in 10th
Boston Gooner 30 June, 2020 13:45
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Perfect 10

The Beautiful South



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Re: Back in 10th
Lewis_198four 30 June, 2020 22:04
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Perfect 10

The Beautiful South

That’s right



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Re: Back in 10th
Lewis_198four 30 June, 2020 22:05
We’re a perfect 10
But we’ll finish 12th
Miki save a little 2 for me



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Re: Back in 10th
Merlion96 30 June, 2020 23:53
Brighton 0 3 ManU.

Since Arsene Wenger took over in 1996/97, for 25 years, we have not finished outside Top-5.

It will be quite an achievement should Mikel Arteta manage to beat Wolves, ManU and Tiny Totts to secure at least Top-5.
Please achieving a "6W 1D 0L" results for remaining games.

Hopefully, ManU, Wolves and Tiny Totts will lose at least 2 games during this home stretch.



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Re: Back in 10th
Boston Gooner 01 July, 2020 00:03
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Brighton 0 3 ManU.
Since Arsene Wenger took over in 1996/97, for 25 years, we have not finished outside Top-5.

It will be quite an achievement should Mikel Arteta manage to beat Wolves, ManU and Tiny Totts to secure at least Top-5.
Please achieving a "6W 1D 0L" results for remaining games.

Hopefully, ManU, Wolves and Tiny Totts will lose at least 2 games during this home stretch.

There remaining fixtures are a lot better than ours.
We will lose at least 2 or more games yet.



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Re: Back in 10th
goonerred 01 July, 2020 07:57
Meanwhile, United bought Bruno Fernades and they have improved big time.



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Re: Back in 10th
Padre Pio 01 July, 2020 08:10
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Merlion96
Brighton 0 3 ManU.
Since Arsene Wenger took over in 1996/97, for 25 years, we have not finished outside Top-5.

It will be quite an achievement should Mikel Arteta manage to beat Wolves, ManU and Tiny Totts to secure at least Top-5.
Please achieving a "6W 1D 0L" results for remaining games.

Hopefully, ManU, Wolves and Tiny Totts will lose at least 2 games during this home stretch.

There remaining fixtures are a lot better than ours.
We will lose at least 2 or more games yet.

Arsenal finished 6th in Wenger's final season, if the facts dont fit the legend print the legend



"When we had to suffer the team is a lion because they suffer together." 4 July 2020 at Wolverhampton Wanderers
Arteta on his team's first away victory at a club above them in the Premiership since September 2015 at Leicester.

Re: Back in 10th
SuperRob 01 July, 2020 11:00
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Meanwhile, United bought Bruno Fernades and they have improved big time.

Unfortunately he looks like a real world class player. Extraordinary how quickly he settled into life in the Premier league. He seems to have brought the best out of pogba as well. If he keeps doing what he's doing and he and pogba stay fit, utd will be a real force next season.

Re: Back in 10th
Merlion96 01 July, 2020 16:41
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Merlion96
Brighton 0 3 ManU.
Since Arsene Wenger took over in 1996/97, for 25 years, we have not finished outside Top-5.

It will be quite an achievement should Mikel Arteta manage to beat Wolves, ManU and Tiny Totts to secure at least Top-5.
Please achieving a "6W 1D 0L" results for remaining games.

Hopefully, ManU, Wolves and Tiny Totts will lose at least 2 games during this home stretch.

Still 25 years Top-5 in succession?

There remaining fixtures are a lot better than ours.
We will lose at least 2 or more games yet.

Arsenal finished 6th in Wenger's final season, if the facts dont fit the legend print the legend



Nihilism: 'An examination of the meaning of meaninglessness: why it matters that nothing matters'


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