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A Big Dick always does the job :ph34r:

Thats what she said!!

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“Each smallest act of kindness, reverberates across great distances and spans of time --affecting lives unknown to the one who’s generous spirit, was the source of this good echo. Because kindness is passed on and grows each time it’s passed until a simple courtesy becomes an act of selfless courage, years later, and far away. Likewise, each small meanness, each expression of hatred, each act of evil.”

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Last post for this, for consistency ! :lol:

Last 8 in the EPL as at 20/05/2015, showing maximum possible points and totals per team.
13 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 -10 44 : 3 47
14 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 -13 38 : 3 41 *
15 Sunderland 37 7 17 13 30 50 -20 38 : 3 41
16 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 -25 38 : 3 41 *
17 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 -25 36 : 3 39
18 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 -18 34 : 3 37
19 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 -26 30 : 3 33 *
20 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 -27 30 : 3 33 *

* Indicates a game between two last 8 teams, so maximum points only possible for one team.

Fixtures and points for the last eight in the EPL, as at 20/05/2015.

Aston Villa - 38 points - Safe.

Sun 24th May : Aston Villa 15:00 Burnley
Sat 30th May : FAC Arsenal 17:30 Aston Villa

Burnley - 30 - Relegated

Sun 24th May : Aston Villa 15:00 Burnley

Hull City - 34

Sun 24th May : Hull City 15:00 Manchester United

Leicester City - 38 - Safe

Sun 24th May : Leicester City 15:00 Queens Park Rangers

Newcastle United - 36

Sun 24th May : Newcastle United 15:00 West Ham United

Queens Park Rangers - 30 - Relegated

Sun 24th May : Leicester City 15:00 Queens Park Rangers

Sunderland - 38 - Safe.

Sun 24th May : Chelsea 15:00 Sunderland

West Bromwich Albion - 44 - Safe.

Sun 24th May : Arsenal 15:00 West Bromwich Albion

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League placings are based on Points, Goal Difference, Goals Scored and Games Won.
These show the EPL sorted by each of these four criteria.
In each table the last column shows each team's actual position in the EPL.

EPL as at 20/05/2015, sorted by :

1} Points (actual positions) :

Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts EPL
1 Chelsea 37 25 9 3 70 31 39 84 1
2 Manchester City 37 23 7 7 81 38 43 76 2
3 Arsenal 37 21 9 7 67 35 32 72 3
4 Manchester United 37 20 9 8 62 37 25 69 4
5 Liverpool 37 18 8 11 51 42 9 62 5
6 Tottenham Hotspur 37 18 7 12 57 53 4 61 6
7 Southampton 37 18 6 13 54 31 23 60 7
8 Swansea City 37 16 8 13 46 48 -2 56 8
9 Stoke City 37 14 9 14 42 44 -2 51 9
10 Everton 37 12 11 14 48 49 -1 47 10
11 West Ham United 37 12 11 14 44 45 -1 47 11
12 Crystal Palace 37 12 9 16 46 51 -5 45 12
13 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 -10 44 13
14 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 -13 38 14
15 Sunderland 37 7 17 13 30 50 -20 38 15
16 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 -25 38 16
17 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 -25 36 17
18 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 -18 34 18
19 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 -26 30 19
20 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 -27 30 20



2} Goal Difference :

Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts EPL
1 Manchester City 37 23 7 7 81 38 43 76 2
2 Chelsea 37 25 9 3 70 31 39 84 1
3 Arsenal 37 21 9 7 67 35 32 72 3
4 Manchester United 37 20 9 8 62 37 25 69 4
5 Southampton 37 18 6 13 54 31 23 60 7
6 Liverpool 37 18 8 11 51 42 9 62 5
7 Tottenham Hotspur 37 18 7 12 57 53 4 61 6
8 Everton 37 12 11 14 48 49 -1 47 10
9 West Ham United 37 12 11 14 44 45 -1 47 11
10 Swansea City 37 16 8 13 46 48 -2 56 8
11 Stoke City 37 14 9 14 42 44 -2 51 9
12 Crystal Palace 37 12 9 16 46 51 -5 45 12
13 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 -10 44 13
14 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 -13 38 14
15 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 -18 34 18
16 Sunderland 37 7 17 13 30 50 -20 38 15
17 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 -25 38 16
18 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 -25 36 17
19 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 -26 30 19
20 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 -27 30 20



3} Goals Scored :

Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts EPL
1 Manchester City 37 23 7 7 81 38 43 76 2
2 Chelsea 37 25 9 3 70 31 39 84 1
3 Arsenal 37 21 9 7 67 35 32 72 3
4 Manchester United 37 20 9 8 62 37 25 69 4
5 Tottenham Hotspur 37 18 7 12 57 53 4 61 6
6 Southampton 37 18 6 13 54 31 23 60 7
7 Liverpool 37 18 8 11 51 42 9 62 5
8 Everton 37 12 11 14 48 49 -1 47 10
9 Swansea City 37 16 8 13 46 48 -2 56 8
10 Crystal Palace 37 12 9 16 46 51 -5 45 12
11 West Ham United 37 12 11 14 44 45 -1 47 11
12 Stoke City 37 14 9 14 42 44 -2 51 9
13 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 -13 38 14
14 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 -27 30 20
15 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 -25 36 17
16 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 -10 44 13
17 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 -18 34 18
18 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 -25 38 16
19 Sunderland 37 7 17 13 30 50 -20 38 15
20 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 -26 30 19



4} Games Won :

Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts EPL
1 Chelsea 37 25 9 3 70 31 39 84 1
2 Manchester City 37 23 7 7 81 38 43 76 2
3 Arsenal 37 21 9 7 67 35 32 72 3
4 Manchester United 37 20 9 8 62 37 25 69 4
5 Liverpool 37 18 8 11 51 42 9 62 5
6 Tottenham Hotspur 37 18 7 12 57 53 4 61 6
7 Southampton 37 18 6 13 54 31 23 60 7
8 Swansea City 37 16 8 13 46 48 -2 56 8
9 Stoke City 37 14 9 14 42 44 -2 51 9
10 Everton 37 12 11 14 48 49 -1 47 10
11 West Ham United 37 12 11 14 44 45 -1 47 11
12 Crystal Palace 37 12 9 16 46 51 -5 45 12
13 West Bromwich Albion 37 11 11 15 37 47 -10 44 13
14 Leicester City 37 10 8 19 41 54 -13 38 14
15 Aston Villa 37 10 8 19 31 56 -25 38 16
16 Newcastle United 37 9 9 19 38 63 -25 36 17
17 Hull City 37 8 10 19 33 51 -18 34 18
18 Queens Park Rangers 37 8 6 23 41 68 -27 30 20
19 Sunderland 37 7 17 13 30 50 -20 38 15
20 Burnley 37 6 12 19 27 53 -26 30 19

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ok whos going down then ,who cares as long as its not us

i thought all along we would be in it till the last game ,,,,,,,thank god i was wrong and that is not the case

newcastle had 35 points ages ago and were safe ,,,,,,,,hull spent a fortune last summer to make sure they would not be in a relagation battle

but here we are ,,,,,,,,,,,last game of the season and its one of either

so then ,,,,,,,big sam back at his old club and desperate to get one over them

or steve bruce ,,,,,back at his old club who will be bending over backwards to look after one of their own

who is your money on

contrary to most villa fans and other fans up and down the country i love newcastle and their fans

yes they would have loved us to go down but can you blame them

we rubbed it in with inflammatory banners draped from the upper holte when they were at their lowest ebb

that day a few years ago when they went down i got talking to a few newcastle fans in the tyburn house erdington before the match

i heard them talking up the bar and had to but in

i told them that this season Villa have come very close to breaking into the top 4 or top 6

yet in reality we were a million miles away because i told them there is only one team that could do that

and that is newcastle ,,,,and ,i still believe that,,

,they went down that day and i think they will go down today

its a discrace what has happened to that club

because of mike ashley newcastle fans are hoping for relegation today

if they do stop up there will be no celebrations at st james park

there will be a fans protest and a sit in

but they will rise back one day along with leeds

same as we would have have risen back if we had gone down

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I think Newcastle United's plight serves as a warning to us at AVFC.

On the pitch, next Season I expect to see us getting back to how we were under MON, but it is so easy for a team to have a slump, lose confidence and then find itself in a relegation battle. We must always be aware of that danger.

Off the pitch, the priority for the owner must always be for the good of the Football Club and not any sidelines that he may have. We complained about Doug Ellis being stingy and lacking ambition and have had many complaints about Randy Lerner too. We also have a background worry that any new owner(s) of AVFC's operating company/(ies) might be one or a consortium of self-serving spivs and can only trust that if/when Randy Lerner sells, it will not be to any such characters.

As for the two clubs on the brink today, I have no animosity to either Hull City or Newcastle United.

Talking of Hull City, there we see another Club with an 'owner' who does not respect the traditions and history of the Football Club. Just who the hell does he think he is, wanting to change the Club's name from Hull City to 'Hull Tigers' and threatening to de-invest if he does not get his way ??? If I was a Hull City Fan I might consider relegation as being a route to seeing this 'owner' GTF off and away from my Football Club.

Back to Newcastle, although I have had a soft spot for Sunderland for many years, that does not mean I am anti-Newcastle United.

Come 15:00 hours today I will be watching AVFC, expecting to see us win against Burnley. That will be my sole concern today.

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Probably Lampard's last Premier League game today and barely a mention of it, which is crazy after the shameless Gerrard love in on Sky last weekend.

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