What if we struggle next season?

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  1. cibaman

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    Spurs are a better team than City at the moment. Their superior defence gives them the edge.
     
  2. bondsman

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    Hate admitting it but I think you may be right. Alderwiereld has been the best cb in the league for me this year. Shame we never went in for him when he left saints. Their fullbacks are better than ours as well.
     
  3. The Riot Club

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    True. Hopefully we'll fix that in summer.

    Buying at least one of their full backs would be a good start.
     
  4. jimharri

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    If we struggle next season, I'm going back to supporting Chelsea.
     
  5. ColinLee

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    That would be the John Stones who played 33 out of 38 league games averaging over 84 minutes per game for Everton last season. 2 missed through a knee injury and 3 'not in squad' for an unknown reason?

    Or are you referring to a totally different John Stones?
     
  6. Psychedelic Casual

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    Looking at Southampton the other day, both of their full backs would get straight into our team
     
  7. blue dallas

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    What 'if' shit was rice pudding ?
    Would we ever go hungry ?
     
  8. blueparrot

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    While that may be true, the fact we are just a few points behind, matched them so far in the cup and performed better in the C/L, with the ageing backline we all know will be improved in the summer. We should be confident for next year as I dont really see who Spurs could get to improve their first eleven, thats if they keep hold of everyone.
     
  9. robert o'mancini

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    When Khaldoon hired Txiki he was effectively putting all his eggs in the Pep basket. The whole club has been tailored to Pep's specifications since 2013.

    There's no way we'll sack him, no matter how badly we do next season. I can envisage Pep wanting to walk if things go wrong but even then I think the club would move heaven and earth to keep him.

    Rightly or wrongly (wrongly in my eyes) we've placed our mid to long term term future in his hands to the extent that it would be nigh on impossible to steer the ship in another direction without unprecedented upheaval.
     
  10. mayo31

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    Classic response. Go back to bed frank
     

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