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Premier League 2023/24: Our Race Is Run

Where do we finish in 23/24?


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Farzad

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Country: USA

Player:Havertz
Why would the FA not exist because of league playoffs?

I like the FA Cup. Doesn’t seem like PL teams take it seriously. Why?
For Sp.rs if they win FA cup they will hold a parade. It has been 30 years or more for them
 

Farzad

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Country: USA

Player:Havertz
Plus it gives exemplary champions the chance at a double and treble to really distinguish themselves
 

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Lidl Tir Na Nog
The only way to beat City to league is to have a close to double digit lead at Christmas. They always start out a little disinterested. A veteran team; they still take it easy and celebrate last years trophies. They almost always start much slower than they finish. It makes sense; they know end of season are when trophies are handed out. if they fall trap to complacency, it is early in season
They lost Mahrez, Gundo, Laporte last summer, and KdB was injured for like a half of the season?
I won't be expecting City to have such a slow start again next season tbh.
 

freeglennhelder2

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Country: England

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It’s been hillarious to see sp*rs, Chelsea, Newcastle, West Ham all individually claim THEY were the ones took the crucial points that cost us the title. The only fanbase I’ve not seen pipe up is Aston Villa.
 

TornadoTed

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I have seen a few people saying that we need to do better at home next season but we actually matched City at home with 47 points. Our record was 15-2-2 wile City's record was 14-5-0

Away from how they got 44 points (14-2-3) while we only managed 42 (13-3-3)

Liverpool had the best home record with 48 points (15-3-1) but they only picked up 34 points on the road (9-7-3)
 

Synical

Miss Superstitious

Country: England
It’s been hillarious to see sp*rs, Chelsea, Newcastle, West Ham all individually claim THEY were the ones took the crucial points that cost us the title. The only fanbase I’ve not seen pipe up is Aston Villa.
I saw a Luton fan beefing with Arsenal fans on twitter 😭
 

GoonerJeeves

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Country: Norway
I have seen a few people saying that we need to do better at home next season but we actually matched City at home with 47 points. Our record was 15-2-2 wile City's record was 14-5-0

Away from how they got 44 points (14-2-3) while we only managed 42 (13-3-3)

Liverpool had the best home record with 48 points (15-3-1) but they only picked up 34 points on the road (9-7-3)
Ridiculous fine margins
 

SA Gunner

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Country: South Africa

Player:Nketiah
Its amazing how we are being ridiculed for finishing on 89 points, and for the losses we experienced this season.

From Liverpool fans who say that 97 points is the real level, to Sp**s fans saying we must win something now or else, to Chelsea and United fans saying they've had the same season as us.

Lots of fascination with what we do, when we are good and when we are bad.
 

Batman

Head of the Wayne foundation for benching Nketiah

Country: USA

Player:Saliba
Its amazing how we are being ridiculed for finishing on 89 points, and for the losses we experienced this season.

From Liverpool fans who say that 97 points is the real level, to Sp**s fans saying we must win something now or else, to Chelsea and United fans saying they've had the same season as us.

Lots of fascination with what we do, when we are good and when we are bad.
Spuds saying anyone needs to win something is sensational. Absolute cretins. Would back a club like Luton to have won more if they'd been given the same amount of time in the top flight.
 

freeglennhelder2

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Country: England

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Its amazing how we are being ridiculed for finishing on 89 points, and for the losses we experienced this season.

From Liverpool fans who say that 97 points is the real level, to Sp**s fans saying we must win something now or else, to Chelsea and United fans saying they've had the same season as us.

Lots of fascination with what we do, when we are good and when we are bad.
Have absolutely no doubt if we came second with 112 points and City won with a 100% win season of 114 points, social media would still be flooded with “Arsenal bottled it” comments :) :)
 

lomekian

Essays are my thing
Of course the real villain is Unai. Threw the away game at CIty and then screwed their European trophy chances because he was more worried about beating us. If Sp**s hadn't imploded they would have lost top 4 too. We literally were their cup final.
 

Synical

Miss Superstitious

Country: England
Its amazing how we are being ridiculed for finishing on 89 points, and for the losses we experienced this season.

From Liverpool fans who say that 97 points is the real level, to Sp**s fans saying we must win something now or else, to Chelsea and United fans saying they've had the same season as us.

Lots of fascination with what we do, when we are good and when we are bad.
We're massive 😁
 
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