Mai Auch wenn der FC Arsenal in der abgelaufenen Saison nicht mit dem Überraschungsteam Leicester City mithalten konnte, gab es am letzten. Apr. Der St. Totteringham's Day ist der Zeitpunkt in einer Saison, an dem Tottenham rechnerisch nicht mehr an Arsenal vorbeiziehen kann. 1. Aug. Mai Der „St. Totteringham's Day“ ist eine Erfindung von Arsenal Fans. Er wird an jenem Tag gefeiert, an dem es für Tottenham rechnerisch nicht.
With regard to fellow Londoners West Ham United , this rivalry is not as intense as that of these aforesaid derbies. A online survey found that Arsenal supporters most dislike Tottenham, followed by Manchester United and Chelsea, although both Chelsea and Spurs fans see Arsenal as their main rival.
In , the concept was first mentioned mistakenly as St. Totteridge in a Arsenal— Aston Villa official match programme  although there are suggestions that it has existed since Arsenal supporters enjoy good relations with police forces around the country and especially the Metropolitan Police.
Nonetheless, Arsenal fans have still had confrontations with the police, the most recent being over homophobic chants and materials directed at ex-Arsenal left-back Ashley Cole.
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It has happened twice, either side of the Bertie Mee double team. However these gaps usually had several managers in the we had Whittaker, Crayston, Swindin, Wright and Mee; in the second gap Mee, Neill, Howe, and Graham and Burtenshaw as caretaker.
So I thought which managers have had the longest dry runs in the league for Arsenal. Ignoring caretakers and those who had under three seasons Manager Seasons Then what?
Years without a title Neill left job in 7th season 7 Chapman won in sixth season 6 Bradshaw left job in fifth season 5 Whittaker Won in 5th season 5 Mee Won in 5th season 5 left job after 5th season 5 Kelso left job in 4th season 4 Swindin left job in 4th season 4 Wright left job after 4th season 4 Graham left job in 4th season 4 Allison Left job after three seasons 3 Howe left job in third season 3 Of course one person is missing.
Surely this is indulging him to excess if we are still a club which starts with the ambition of winning the league? Tweet Wed, 29 Nov Well, fancy that Despite my early season pessimism things are suddenly and unexpectedly looking rosier!
After 11 games we were behind Spurs, but had battled well to stay in touch with what we were assured was a superb Tottenham team.
I was thrilled by a superb North London Derby that left us just 1 point behind. Grinding out a rather grim at Burnley and thumping poor Huddersfield tonight.
The net result is that we are 4th and Spurs are 7th. Permit me to enjoy that. Power shift in North London? No sign of it.
Anyway the key bit of the table is However a long way to go, and a four point gap can, as Spurs just demonstrated, be reversed in 4 games!
Tweet Mon, 28 Aug Welcome to the new season! The losses to Liverpool and Stoke were hardly suprises, but do rather confirm that this is going to be another groundhog season.
I was hoping to be able to start this year with an optimistic post, but none of the opening league results justified that. Anyway here is the start of the year placeholder.
Tweet Sun, 30 Apr Well I knew it would happen eventually. Fair play to Spurs, but the lack of passion and organisation from Arsenal was predictaly bad.
Tweet Sat, 29 Apr Tomorrow evening Well I think we all know the situation but just to get it down here before the game Before the match Arsenal have six games left and we are 14 points behind.
There are three results If Arsenal win then we reduce the gap to 11 points with 15 points left to play for. Also I will laugh. Spurs will still finish above us, but it will reduce the pain a little.
If we draw then the gap stays at 14 with 15 to go. Finally the third option. If that happens we will be unable to catch Spurs.
Some straws to clutch at for Arsenal fans: Spurs will be celebrating finishing second, like we did last season.
We have an FA Cup final. Next year Spurs will be at Wembley. Arsenal have finished above Spurs 66 times since Spurs joined the league wheras Spurs have finished above us only Tweet Mon, 10 Apr What was that Writing at half time we are deservedly down.
It is so bad I am trying to distract myself. In fact it got a whole lot worse. Taking the relevant info from the PL table Four wins out of seven, or three if they win the NLD.
Which is the third game they play. I am wondering if us losing our next two games might be less painful. It is a movable feast, but usually falls in March, April or May.
It was the day to collect on bets made by over-optimistic Spurs fans in the close season who think that "this is the year".