Date:Monday December 17 2007
Pompey will pick up no more, in fact less than 55pts this season! Not my vote, yours - although these findings from whitestones' poll are thoughts that I do not share.
I was surprised that so many people think that will we get less than 55pts to be honest, or maybe I am expecting too much...
The way I am basing my thoughts are we have 30 odd points from just about half of our games, so I would like to think that we could at least double them in the final games of the season - even more so when 'on paper' we look to have an 'easier' second half to he season than our opening, the run in is much more favourable than it was last season.
But we will see, how the rest of this month goes will still play a major role in how our season pans out I reckon, as the more points we have and the higher we are in the league by the time the transfer window opens again the better chance we have of getting 'better' players, well in my thinking anyway.
What the poll asked - How many points do you think Pompey will have at the end of the season?
How you voted - Less than 55 30%, 65-70 19%, 60-65 19%, 55-60 16%, 80+ 9%, 70-75 5%, 75-80 2%
Current Poll - We stay on the topic of points this time looking at our next 4 games.
We have away games coming up against Liverpool and Reading, with home games against Arsenal and Boro to come before the end of this year, and at the very start of the next. They are difficult games, but what can we expect from them - this is what The Rabbi wants to know with this - 'how many points will Pompey get from the matches against Liverpool, Arsenal, Middlesbrough, and Reading?' Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.
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Date:Monday December 17 2007
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