Yeah, but it's not only us who have a load of games as a result, it's Newcastle and City too and they might also be tired/ resting players. One can but hopeBack in February and March there were clear weeks for us, Newcastle and Man City.
We had no midweek games for about 7 weeks in a row until we played Bmth.
Leaving them all to May was madness
This is how I feel but am a bit negative due to the hangoverAnything can happen really.
We might surprise ourselves by picking up points againt Arsenal, Newcastle and/or City... but then again we could implode against Southampton.
I personally think we're gonna miss out, sadly... squad is too thin, too many fixtures, most of which are difficult.
Let's just take it one game at a time and get behind the team.
Good post.Change of tune on here. Was berated for saying the other day that we may not win another game.
IMO, the Spurs match may well prove to be the defining moment. Win that and all we need now is 2 points. I came away from the game feeling like I did after Middlesbrough, disappointed and frustrated with refereeing. I felt then that not only was justice not done, but that the result may well be crucial. It is particularly tough as Spurs fans don’t even value 6/7th.
I am preparing myself for the consolation that like 2016/17 it will come right subsequently, and perhaps we are not ready. But still very much in this; couple of bits of luck and solid performances may well be enough.
If reports are true, the players have just been on the beach. So should be a bit refreshed for One Last Push. Let's hope so, eh?I would agree if we did not have so many injuries
players look tired, I expect a quiet end to the season