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2004/2005

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Villa and Boro, away to Liverpool and Pompey) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 0 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2005/2006

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Brum and Fulham, away to City and West Ham) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 3 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2006/2007

We start off by beating Wigan at Wigan, 3-2, but then draw three straight matches -- home vs. Reading (2-2) and Fulham (2-2), away to Villa (0-0) -- and only collect 6 out of 12 possible points. We give up 6 goals in 4 matches.

We end up not winning the league.

2007/2008

Sunday, 23 December -- @ Blackburn

Wednesday, 26 December -- vs. Villa

Saturday, 29 December -- vs. Newcastle

Tuesday, 1 January -- @ Fulham

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Whilst doing well in the holiday season this year won't win us the league, it sure wouldn't hurt. Also I'm not sure exactly when the ANC starts but I see the holiday season as the last chance for a while to have the services of Mikel, Essien and Kalou, so good results required

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It is Christmas ....not holiday season. .. Holidays are those things with buckets and spades... icon_wink.gificon_wink.gif .......... Sorry I just hate that damn Coke ad !!

And yes we need to win all the matches to stand a chance of the PL ... Villa and Newcastle in particular are there for the taking !

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2004/2005

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Villa and Boro, away to Liverpool and Pompey) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 0 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2005/2006

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Brum and Fulham, away to City and West Ham) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 3 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2006/2007

We start off by beating Wigan at Wigan, 3-2, but then draw three straight matches -- home vs. Reading (2-2) and Fulham (2-2), away to Villa (0-0) -- and only collect 6 out of 12 possible points. We give up 6 goals in 4 matches.

We end up not winning the league.

2007/2008

Sunday, 23 December -- @ Blackburn

Wednesday, 26 December -- vs. Villa

Saturday, 29 December -- vs. Newcastle

Tuesday, 1 January -- @ Fulham

12 out of 12 would still give us an chance on winning the EPL.. Im so sure Arse will drop points along the way.

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2004/2005

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Villa and Boro, away to Liverpool and Pompey) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 0 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2005/2006

We win all four holiday matches (home vs. Brum and Fulham, away to City and West Ham) and collect 12 of 12 points. We give up 3 goals in 4 matches.

We end up winning the league.

2006/2007

We start off by beating Wigan at Wigan, 3-2, but then draw three straight matches -- home vs. Reading (2-2) and Fulham (2-2), away to Villa (0-0) -- and only collect 6 out of 12 possible points. We give up 6 goals in 4 matches.

We end up not winning the league.

2007/2008

Sunday, 23 December -- @ Blackburn

Wednesday, 26 December -- vs. Villa

Saturday, 29 December -- vs. Newcastle

Tuesday, 1 January -- @ Fulham

12 out of 12 would still give us an chance on winning the EPL.. Im so sure Arse will drop points along the way.

They might. They have got pompey ahead.

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