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All Time Top Flight Points Table

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It's really not that surprising when you consider that Liverpool have had ten more seasons in the top flight that United, while Arsenal have had an extra eight seasons.
 

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Arsenal with a real chance to overtake Liverpool in the next 5-10 years given that we're only 60 points ahead. All the more incentive for more repeats of last season and finishing above them.
 

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Ah, a man of principles.
 

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We will need to continue finishing above United if we want to maintain our third spot.
 

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it really makes me proud that we are the most consistent team ever in English football.......4 season out of the top flight, just 4 seasons

and we have the best home record too

wow
 

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it really makes me proud that we are the most consistent team ever in English football.......4 season out of the top flight, just 4 seasons

and we have the best home record too

wow

I wonder where you'd be nowadays without the European ban, and how much of an impact it had. The first 3 years of the ban you'd have been in the European Cup twice and the Cup Winners Cup once if I'm not mistaken.
 

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I wonder where you'd be nowadays without the European ban, and how much of an impact it had. The first 3 years of the ban you'd have been in the European Cup twice and the Cup Winners Cup once if I'm not mistaken.
And they'd probably have won the lot too... :rolleyes:
 

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I wonder where you'd be nowadays without the European ban, and how much of an impact it had. The first 3 years of the ban you'd have been in the European Cup twice and the Cup Winners Cup once if I'm not mistaken.
we'll never know and now SKY has ruined football for the majority we never will...........damn those Chelsea fans
 

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No palace in the top 10?? I can't believe that :whistle::woot::fl:
 

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42nd isn't bad mate. You're nearly as big as Luton and a club that has been extinct for over a decade, so that's something.
 

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We have done quite well to amass 3996 points since 2003.
 

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We have done quite well to amass 3996 points since 2003.

Always lovely to see David take down Goliath with his slingshot and nothing more.
 

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Riding high in 54th!!
 

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