Last Weekend of the Season Football Thread


#1

Here it is, you worthless shits.


#2

I think that no matter what happens football will be the winner.


#3

I’d also imagine it will come to pass that if at least one team hadn’t let any goals in they wouldn’t have lost.


#4

I’d just saved football (again) in the last one!


#5

I hope that Manchester United Football Club aka The Red Devils can continue their scintillating run of goal-scoring form.


#6

Did anybody predict that Stuart Broad would win the League ?


#7

Partick Thistle need to win 13-0 and hope Hamilton Academical lose to ensure their top flight status. If this were to happen it would be 30% of their season’s goal tally. Stranger things haven’t happened so it will be a playoff.


#8

and have a great time making new friends along the way


#9

PLAYOFFS


#10

I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate Derby County on their comfortable aggregate victory in the EFL championship playoff semi final


#11

I see you


Game For People Who Know Nothing About Football
#12

Maybe from now on the season should end at the point when the title’s won. It would have saved us from some properly turgid rubbish over the last few weeks.


#13

I saw this and thought ‘ooh that’s interesting’ until you realise that it’s just for this gameweek so not really as interesting.


#14

Feeling really low about my team, Manchester United.


#15

They had to let United play out their remaining games, mate, or the credibility of the competition would be at stake.


#16

This year we’d have got that winter break they’re always banging on about. Spring and summer too.


#17

Traores gonna score a hattrick against us tomortow. As is Downing. Not Gestede


#18

Already dreading those sixteen days between the last play-off final and the World Cup.


#19

The way the papers are covering the Noble/Pogba situation is really funny. No way there wouldn’t be calls for an inquest if it was Pogba putting his hands on England’s brave Englishman


#20

the highlight of last night’s match