Money trumps the Spurs

Last Night I sat myself down to watch the 4th place battle between Manchester City and Spurs. Theoretically if Tottenham won and then Liverpool defeated them, the pool had a mathematical chance of finishing 4th, that would have been lovely because Money bags City would have fallen short and to add icing to the cake Spurs would also have, it look as though I just have to settle for Spurs.

Peter Crouch netted an own goal to make it 1-0 on the night and guarantee that Champions league dream 4th position, what concerns me is they could still overtake Arsenal especially with the way they have been playing. Money bags city will get their wish now and play with the big boys next season in Europe, but as for Spurs they will probably not even finish 5th and will just scrape into the Europa league. Will there be a max exodus of players, especially from those who want champions league football. I mean Pienaar moved there for that reason, players like Van der Vaart and Bale could be on their way out and I for one could not be happier. When we were knocked out of the champions league Spurs fans were blowing their horns and laughing well now Arsenal get the last laugh over our rivals. This really could set them back a few years and make sure that the Gunners continue their domination of North London.

On an Arsenal Note who do you think Arsenals Best player of the season has been. I have selected 4 candidates and here they are:

Jack Wilshere; need I say more about this man, his blood is red and has had the season of his life, picking up the PFA Youth Player award. I cannot wait to see what he has in store next season.

Robin Van Persie; Vp, Mr Glass, has had injuries, but my word he came back and has netted 16 goals this season. Imagine an injury free season, the man is pure class.

Bacary Sagna; the French defender is always solid and earned himself a place in the PFA team of the year. He is up there with the best Arsenal right backs of all time and I hope he wants to stay at Arsenal

Samir Nasri; missing out, just to Gareth Bale (i don't think he should have won) in the PFA award, the little Frenchman has come to the party this year with some amazing displays. If Fabregas wants to leave we know who can step in and his name is Samir.

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