St Totteringham's Day
   


A St Totteringham's Day Diary.

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  • List of every St Totteringham's since the first on 22nd April 1911.
  • Old home page, including detail on 2003/4 to 2010/11
  • The story of St T's day and some acknowledgements
  • Some analysis of the history of St Totteringham's
  • home page

    Recent Seasons

  • 2017/8
  • 2016/7
  • 2015/6
  • 2014/5
  • 2013/4
  • 2012/3
  • 2011/2
  • 2010/11
  • 2009/10
  • 2008/9
  • 2007/8
  • 2006/7
  • 2005/6
  • 2004/5
  • 2003/4

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    The blame
    Mostly written by Mike Pitt. You can contact me by email on mike-stt@einval.com. Nice comments only please. I'm also @sttottsday on twitter.
    Original material © Mike Pitt 2004, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017


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    St Totteringham's Day is the day when Arsenal fans celebrate the fact that Tottenham can no longer catch Arsenal in the League. It is a movable feast, but usually falls in March, April or May. It is the day to collect on bets made by over-optimistic Spurs fans in the close season who think that "this is the year".

    See the links on the left for more information.

    Sat, 04 May 2013

    May the fourth...

    ... be with you. Well it didn't help either team: we both won 1-0: Spurs with late goal (annoyingly) and us with Walcott's early strike. So no change in our relative positions.

    67  Arsenal (+31 with 2 to go)
    66  
    65  Chelsea (+33 with 4 to go), Spurs (+18 with 3 to go)
    

    Wednesday is still crucial. We'd like Chelsea to lose tomorrow and then beat Spurs.
    ArsenalSpurs
    8 MayChelsea (a)
    12 MayStoke City (a)
    14 MayWigan Athletic(h)
    19 MayNewcastle Utd (a)Sunderland (h)

    To explain the colours...
    Key (as of 29/4/13) already relegated 32-38 39-44 Safe from relegation Chasing CL place

    Not much has changed at the bottom: but the reducing stock of games makes Stoke look safer by the day.

    Haven't done this yet this season but here is the table that I use to show St Totteringham's develop...
    ClubCurrent pointsGames left(Maximum points)Points behind Points Left
    Arsenal672
    Spurs653(74)29

    ... which says to me it is too tight to be anything but a last day St T's.

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