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I think this is a good starting point:

A sackful of league titles and FA Cups (lets say about 10 of each). Just for good measure at least one league title has got to be won this century!

"Midweek Cups" are OK...

Charity Shields - plenty of them!

Some European titles for good measure I think.

"Top Four" seem to do well here.

Where do the Spuds fit in?

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spurs are a big club.

league titles, 8 fa cups, league cups, first british team to win ANY european trophy. massive fan base, constantly sell out every home game..... need i go on??!!!!

a big club needs history, support and stature within the game. if you are having a pop at spurs, then have a quick look at your history....Woolwich Arsenal (south london, last time i checked)



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To be totally honest midfield,I agree with Crosser.We dont hear from you in 2 weeks because you are

busy being a teacher.Then your club,get a beating,the size of which you have'nt recieved for quite a while.

So right out of the Arsene Wenger school,what do you,try and divert the attention and problems.

Good try,being a teacher,Im suprised you could'nt come up with something a bit more impressive.

Us Yids are all getting a bit bored.

Looks like the Chelski boys are coming out the woodwork,for the weekend.

Think I might just sit back and have a laugh.

This thread was about big clubs and the top 4.

Have you seen the league table .

Anyone got Aston Villa's history.?

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Guest Magpie29

Here you go - Villa's honours.

Club honours

European Cup Winners 1:


European Super Cup Winners 1:


InterToto Cup Winners 1:


League titles

First Division Champions 7:

1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81

Second Division Champions 2:

1937–38, 1959–60

Third Division Champions 1:



FA Cup Winners 7:

1887, 1895, 1897, 1905, 1913, 1920, 1957

League Cup Winners 5:

1961, 1975, 1977, 1994, 1996

Charity Shield Winners 1:

1981 (shared)

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