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Spurs Odyssey Reviews the Premiership Season
for 2007-2008 - Match 37

Premier League Results - 03-05.05.08

A. Villa   0-2   Wigan
Blackburn  3-1   Derby
Bolton     2-0   S'derland
Fulham     2-0   B'mingham
Man Utd    4-1   West Ham
M'brough   2-0   P'tsmouth
Reading    0-1   Spurs
Arsenal    1-0   Everton
Liverpool  1-0   Man City
Newcastle  0-2   Chelsea

       Barclays Premier League
 
Pos Team        P  W  D  L   F  A  GD  Pts

 1  Man Utd    37 26  6  5  77 22  55  84
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 2  Chelsea    37 25  9  3  64 25  39  84
 3  Arsenal    37 23 11  3  73 31  42  80  
 4  Liverpool  37 20 13  4  65 28  37  73
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 5  Everton    37 18  8 11  52 32  20  62
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 6  A. Villa   37 16 11 10  69 49  20  59 
 7  Blackburn  37 15 13  9  49 44   5  58
 8  P'tsmouth  37 16  9 12  48 39   9  57   
 9  Man City   37 15 10 12  44 44   0  55 
10  West Ham   37 13  9 15  40 48  -8  48   
11  Spurs      37 11 13 13  66 59   7  46  
12  Newcastle  37 11 10 16  44 62 -18  43
13  Wigan      37 10 10 17  34 49 -15  40
14  M'brough   37  9 12 16  35 52 -17  39
15  S'derland  37 11  6 20  36 58 -22  39
16  Bolton     37  9  9 19  35 53 -18  36
17  Fulham     37  7 12 18  37 60 -23  33
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18  Reading    37  9  6 22  37 66 -29  33
19  B'mingham  37  7 11 19  42 61 -19  32
20  Derby      37  1  8 28  20 85 -65  11(R)

This week, in his "Jumpers for Goalposts" blog, Steffan Chirazi has written about Manchester City's ongoing sack Sven sage, and the return to top flight football for stoke City amonst other issues.

As far as Spurs are concerned, this is what Steffan has had to say about our own saga - regarding Berbatov's transfer:-

BYE BYE BERBY?

Is he leaving? Isn’t he? Agent and player in long talks with Spurs management this week? Nope, wait a moment, he’s been sold to AC Milan as of last night! What a soap opera! The man is much-loved for his skills and sublimity by Spurs supporters, but if he leaves (and it looks like he will) Tottenham Hotspur will survive. It survived the departures of Mackay and Greaves, it rode the end of Glenn and Gazza’s Lilywhite careers and it went marching on despite the likes of Waddle, Klinsmann and Sheringham making their ways. In the end he will leave, people will moan, a new face or two will arrive (Modric already has) and by Christmas, as long as results are decent, then all will be forgotten. So, er, bye-bye Berby and remember, the manager will always be more important…

· Read the "Jumpers for Goalposts" blog in full.

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