Premier League 2017/18


#3346

Sean Dyche’s Burnley in with a real shot of playing in Europe, what an achievement it would be, great manager


#3347

Everton have been utter garbage this year. The league is a free for all outside of the top six.


#3348

Won a fifth consecutive top flight match for the first time in nearly 50 years since November 1968 yesterday. @Cicero_Dandi will still probably be on agitating for Sean Dyche to be sacked.


#3349

I’m only applying your logic.


#3350

Should surely be shortlisted for manager of the year considering the squad and resources he has at his disposal. A great manager and a wonderful man


#3351

According to RTÉ news there, Arsenal haven’t won a single point away from home in 2018 :hushed:


#3352

They already play in Europe mate


#3353

The last time that no team in red won the English league title for five straight seasons was 1957-58 to 1962-63 (Wolves, Wolves, Burnley, Spurs, Ipswich, Everton).

We have crushed the empire.


#3354

In the red ???


#3355

In the same way as Derry City and the Armagh football team play in the United Kingdom?


#3356

That’s 6 in a row mate. Surely Spurs next season to make it another 6 in a row.


#3357

Former Tottenham Hotspur player Peter Crouch off the bench to put Stoke ahead in the 79th minute at West Ham in the big relegation 6 pointer. First goal for Crouchy since November. cc @Special_Olympiakos.


#3358

Crouchyyyyyyy

Book yer summer holidays Joe, won’t be needed in Russia anyway


#3359

Big Andy Carroll equalises on the stroke of 90 minutes.


#3360

Joe hart wouldn’t block butter .


#3361

Stoke City players momentarily think a 94th minute whistle from the again excellent Michael Oliver signals a penalty for a foul in the box but its an offside. The Stoke players accept the referee’s decision with good grace notwithstanding their perilous status in the relegation places.


#3362

How does lambert keep getting jobs?


#3363

Oliver is a disgrace.


#3364

Do you fish Geoff?


#3365

One of the clique