Thursday, November 09, 2006

Carling Cup Update

The draw will be made at midday on Saturday November 11th live on Sky Sports.


The last 8 are Tottenham Hotspur, Wycombe, Liverpool, Charlton Athletic, Southend United, Newcastle United, Ars*nal and lastly, the whiners from Second Hand Fridge.

9 comments:

Sportingo said...

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sydney wale said...

arsenal v chelsea
charlton v southend
newcastle v liverpool
spurs v wycombe

please please please

sydney wale said...

not bad!!

Spurs v southend
liverpool v arsenal
newcastle v chelsea
charlton v wycombe

Ideal scenario for semis;

newcastle v liverpool
spurs v wycombe

please please please

Anonymous said...

What are you talking about? I want to beat arseholes in the semi or final.

Harry Hotspur said...

I want the trophy. Medals for the lads and GLORY!

sydney wale said...

I would enjoy a final win against the woolwich club as much as the next spurs fan. if you can make it so then please make it so. I would prefer to win this one and then draw them in the FA Cup as we are due one against them I believe.

One question; why do we still call it the league cup when the premiership teams are no longer in the football league? I realise the latest sponsor is the focus such as carling etc. but who is the comps governing body? answers on a postcard please.

dannyboy said...

we want arsecum away in the fa cup - dont they then have to give us 25% of the tickets? imagine 15 thousand spurs army at the new library! just like the old days with the same amount standing on the clockend - and at least for one game they'll witness a good atmosphere!

COYS

sydney wale said...

Yes, maybe a FA Cup quarter final at the hemaroids stadium; nice idea dannyboy!

Just listening to Five Live and they have hired monkey head martin keown as their guest analyser for our game at Reading. As you can guess, he has already decided whose side he is on this arvo. I hope we win just to hear him begrudge us some praise.

Anonymous said...

Good point about the Bin Laden Bowl. I watched the 'Pool game today and couldn't believe how awful the atmosphere is there.