Premier League 2017/18


No fucking harm.


What a goal :laughing:


Wonderful scenes from Stamford Bridge


Real Yorkshire grit


Never underestimate Yorkshire grit particularly against a crowd of show ponies from the London west end.


A Huddersfield point at Stamford Bridge all but confirms relegation for the hapless Carlos Cavalhal and his Swansea side after a run of 7 games without a win. One shrewd observer sort of called this one from the very start.




Incorrect,get your facts right


Great result for spurs tonight, real bottle shown to ensure CL football again


@GeoffreyBoycott enjoying his lap of honor. :smile:


It’s the closest a Spurs fan will get to a lap of honour this season


Sky have nothing to hype up now for Sunday- thanks to be god the hurling is back


“Pride Sunday”.

That title could upset the homophobes though.


Surely Chelsea will sell on that useless cunts morata in the summer…

How much did they shell out for him?


They were properly mugged off there. He is not good enough to play in one of the top leagues in Europe


Roberto Soldado would have been cheaper and just as good.


You must be out of clamps by now


Swansea’s problems were evident from very early in the campaign

There was only so much the Carvahal could do after the mess Clement left them in (rooted to the bottom of the table)


Not quite. @GeoffreyBoycott was going on about the great job Clement was doing the other day with his 8 points in 8 games in charge of Reading while Carvalhal has got 20 points from his 17 games in charge of Swansea and they are likely to get relegated due to their atrocious record under Clement


Swansea were sitting pretty in 13th place when they beat Sean Dyche’s high flying Burnley in mid February. Since then, Swansea have lost 5 and drawn 3 of their last 8 games under Carvalhal’s stewardship. Reports that the hapless Carvalhal will get the sack ahead of Sunday’s final game of the season against Stoke.