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65% Of Vital Gooners Were Right

65% Of Vital Gooners Were Right

The latest Vital Arsenal poll asked if you thought we could catch Spurs in the race for 4th place.

Well I'm here to tell you 65% of you were right, while 35% (the Spuds contingent of the site) didn't think we would.

It was a simple poll, but such a pretty one.


Results in full:-

Will We Catch Spurs?

*Yes 65%
*No 35%



The table never lies!!!



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday May 7 2006
Time: 7:23PM

Comments

0
great effort to regain 4th spot after spurs dominating it for so long.
jono_forest
07/05/2006 19:48:00
0
We were right we did do it.What a way to end highbury with a champions league spot.
kenyanrudeboy
07/05/2006 19:52:00
0
If our players wouldn't have been food poisoned you would never have caught us !!
eurospur
07/05/2006 20:01:00
0
And if we hadn't had the likes of Campbell, Cole, Clichy and Lauren out for most of the season we would have clinched 4th if not 3rd a long time ago. But then again, that's football - get over it. We have.
pitythefool
07/05/2006 21:09:00
0
EuroSpur - That was for one game, we have missed players all season, at one stage we were without 8 defenders. Just admit it, you weren't good enough!
Rocky7
07/05/2006 21:14:00
0
My instincts and every nerve in me witnessed my vote that time. This was a fantastic nostalgia!!!!
SWPACIFIC
08/05/2006 00:47:00
0
I just love that table, seeing ou selves above spurs after so long just seems right and feels better, they can't use food poisoning excuse when we have had too many injuries to count this season.
gunner-minesh
08/05/2006 12:15:00
0
Whilst I have every admiration for such a successful end to the season, would it have been the same if referees hadn't shown such bias as in the last two games, proving once again that we must have the worst set of referees in the world.
alphieblues
08/05/2006 12:50:00
0
You're right, if the level of refereeing had been higher Robin van Persies goal against Chelsea would have counted, Bolton would have had two penalties against Spurs and we wouldnt be having this conversation. It's football, get over it.
Rocky7
08/05/2006 13:31:00
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