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St Totteringhams Day Approaches

St Totteringhams Day Approaches

Last year was the sweetest of sweet St Totteringhams days, but deep down it was too close for comfort.

For those that don't know what I'm talking about, St Totteringhams Day is the day of the year when it is mathmatically impossible for the Tiny Totts to finish above Arsenal in the league.

Now the natural order of things seems to have been resorted, and with Spurs unable to win in their last 5 and Arsenal only having lost 1 of thier last 11, St Totteringhams day should come nice and early this season.

Arsenal are a massive 13 points in front of Spurs, and the inability of the dark side of North London to win away see's them just as close to relegation as they are to the Champions League places. (A team on the rise my arse)

After some small (but probably wrong)calculations, should both Arsenal & Spurs win their remaining games (unlikely on Spurs part) St Totteringhams day will fall on April 9th away to Newcastle.

So with this in mind, the latest ital Arsenal poll asks.......

When will this years St Totteringhams arrive?

Happy voting Gooners.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday February 5 2007
Time: 10:29AM

Comments

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Any good hatespur?
Rocky7
05/02/2007 10:34:00
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Top man Rocky.
hatespur
05/02/2007 10:47:00
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marvelous
G4L
05/02/2007 10:57:00
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Have a look at their vital ste. LMAO. They are saying things like 'why don't we go out and get Lippi, Scolari or Huudink?' Are they the most deluded bunch of morons in the world or what?? Imagine the conversation. "Big Phil, Spurs want you" "What the basketball team" "NO Tottering Blotspurs" "Magic, I've been dying to leave my beautiful home in Lisbon to join a team I've never heard of in the a*se end of North London, that are less famous than FC Thun who have actually played in the C.L."
hatespur
05/02/2007 11:02:00
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there is a few of them that still believe that they are on the up, and we are in decline... we are struggling, and UEFA Cup for them is just around the corner. Sometimes, ignorance is bliss I guess. Lippi, Scolari and Hiddink, all waiting in line with a pen in their hand.
G4L
05/02/2007 11:21:00
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They are blinded by the bitterness that consumes them. If the concentrated on their team rather than trying to beat us, they'd be much better off. And they might be better people for it as well!
Rocky7
05/02/2007 11:26:00
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Hahaha good job. I was reading some of the Spurts websites last week to get the gist of what they thought about being beaten by Little Us and some of the stuff they were coming up with was fantastic ranging from David Dein poisoning Lennon (at first I thought it was a joke, but most of them actually believed it) to people berating the Emirates due to it not having 4 floodlight stands!!! I can't help but laugh at them!!!
scooch
05/02/2007 11:40:00
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there was a feature on their site a couple of months back saying fergie nearly went there before united got him....just another name to add to the ever growing list of 'Nearly signed' ! maybe they could nearly sign Hiddink and Lippi in what would be an amazing partnership....nearly....
TR7
05/02/2007 11:50:00
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Has anybody else notcied the distinct lack of spuddies round here over the last few weeks. Even hatethegoons hasn't shown up, and he's thick enough to try and give us grief when we've just beaten them.
Rocky7
05/02/2007 11:57:00
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i said hello..... but it wont let me post, maybe why there have been no Spurs on here. either that or no-ones balls are as big as mine. lol
Jacky B
05/02/2007 12:23:00
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