last home game of the season

tommo84

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I'm just not going to the last game. Usually I make a point of going, even though I love watching the final day unfold if the title race and relegation is yet to be determined, so that I can applaud the players off and so hat if it turns out to be the last game in our colours for someone of the talent of Berbatov, Modric, King or Bale, I can say I was there. But frankly, this season the likes of Liverpool, Man City and Everton deserve my attention for the final 2 hours of the season far more than anyone related to our beloved Spurs with the exceptions of only Hugo Lloris, Christian Eriksen and the young lad Bentaleb, and I'm resigned to Lloris leaving anyway.

Our season has been such an array of mismanaged f*ck-duggery that I'm looking forward seeing England fail under Woy in the World Cup just so I can see other fans of English football experience the same deflation, frustration and disilliusionment that I've been feeling since November.
 

spud

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Our season has been such an array of mismanaged f*ck-duggery that I'm looking forward seeing England fail under Woy in the World Cup just so I can see other fans of English football experience the same deflation, frustration and disilliusionment that I've been feeling since November.
Deflation, frustration and disillusionment are not emotions that can be applied to fans of England. Fans of England, inured by experience, expect abject failure at the World Cup. This year, as usual, they will not be disappointed.
 

SlunkSoma

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Yesterday was my last game of the season (bar Ledders). I don't feel any real desire to be there last day. Applauding Eriksen would be nice, but I think there will be a lot of abject faces on our playing staff...that will be a bit brutal.
 

FinnYid

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Yesterday was my last game of the season (bar Ledders). I don't feel any real desire to be there last day. Applauding Eriksen would be nice, but I think there will be a lot of abject faces on our playing staff...that will be a bit brutal.
Early to tell about general emotions, win next 4 and despite all the turmoil we would be looking to smash our PL record on final day. Might be small comfort to some, but reckon good run would lift some spirits.
 
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