Can we achieve the unachievable?

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  1. alexmcity

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    You are probably right on the presumption that they won't get significant injuries or that they won't collapse for some unpredictable reason. As things stand, we have virtually no room for error. We can afford 2 draws from the last 23 games or one defeat.
     
  2. Fred_Quimby

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    Let us not forget Leicester in all this. They will have something to say. Before Chrimbo they have both us and the dippers to play. They came close, so close, last season to holding us.
     
  3. dubblue

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    While nothing is impossible while mathematically possible,i just can’t see us catching them this time unfortunately.
     
  4. Roachy

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    Well this is the annoying thing about the Norwich, Wolves and Newcastle results, major wiggle room lost. It's clearly out of our hands and we need to be near perfect from here on in. We badly need them to drop points in December and get that gap closed going into the New Year. Last night will mean nothing if we don't carry that performance on from here.
     
  5. Briggs1969

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    Could you imagine pal? They'd never recover
     
  6. lionheart

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    Let us not get carried away. I would be delighted with another domestic trophy, preferably the FA Cup again, plus a semi-final place in the Champions League and finish 20 points ahead of Manure.
     
  7. johnevans

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    Yes. We have to keep positive, play our best and never give up. Ever.
     
  8. Blue Til Death

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    After the way we played last night, we can achieve another PL title ...
    Wont be easy and it will require another dipper bottle job but it's still on as far as I'm concerned ...
     
  9. oakiecokie

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    We need to up our tempo on a more consistent basis.Last night showed what we are capable of,but that requires all eleven/fourteen players to pull their tripe out together.No point in only 6-7 grafting and the others aren`t.
    Much much better last night but come on Blue Boys lets see you string another 18+ winning games.
     
  10. Uwe Robladze

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    If Liverpool drop points during their Christmas fixture pile up with the world club cup and we're perfect through Christmas then we've got a chance. If the gap is the same as now after January its over.
     

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