Premier League Predictions
Wendyball? A lot of overpaid mincers rolling round a field blah blah blah. Cyclists and rugby players compete with broken glass up their whoopsie etc etc.
Just figured I would get that out the way before the inevitable.
1. Chelsea (punches self in face)
2. Arsenal (bias)
4. Man Utd.
FACup Arsenal (once you pop….)
CL cup Real Madrid
I’m just hoping saints have enough players left to field a team.
I feel for Saint’s fans, I really do. As an Arsenal fan we have a history of liberating some of your brightest youngsters, but we like to restrict that to 1 every 1-2 years. This wholesale cash grab seems odd at best, as while you are making a shit ton of money, and Koeman has 50m to spend apparently, we all saw how Spurs got on with an influx of so many new players last season. Plus, are you going to get better quality than what left?
Koeman seems in good spirits about it, tho.
Posted 3 years ago
3. Man Yoo (2nd in the unlikely event of VP staying fit for the season)
Southampton (on account of being unable to field a squad)
QPR (on account of Arry running off with a suitcase full of used notes, leaving them bankrupt)
Highest scorer: AguarooooooooooooooooooooooooooPosted 3 years ago
Prediction – Sky will advertise it as the greatest show on earth, when in reality, with the exception of a few games, it’s dull as fook compared to the quality on show in the Bundesliga.
It’s always a cool line to roll out but in actual fact it’s just not true is it?
For every lower level team in the Premier League there are the likes of SC Freiburg, Stuttgart, Eintracht Frankfurt and FC Augsburg in the German top flight.
Coupled that with the fact that it’s a 2 horse race every single season and you have a not too different league.Posted 3 years ago
Prediction – Sky will advertise it as the greatest show on earth,
Sky can be forgiven for bigging up the Prem, as they paid A LOT of money to have it.
when in reality, with the exception of a few games, it’s dull as fook compared to the quality on show in the Bundesliga.
That’s hipsterish nonsense.Posted 3 years agomrben100Member
I have in no way let my allegiance affect my predictions
3rd Pride of North London – COYS
5th Pride of South London – Arse
6th Liverpool – sent back from whence they came (well almost)
FA Cup: Pride of North London – COYS (perhaps a bit more reaslistic than the league)
League Cup: One of the teams that gets relegated (retrospectively looking at who I reckon will get relogated – Everton!)
Player of the year: Ya Ya if still at city
Top Scorer: Aguero
HullPosted 3 years ago
Soton (if they still have a team by that stage)jambalayaSubscriber
2 Man City
Man U anywhere from 5 to 7 with Spurs and Everton in the mix. Not easy to write that list as a Spurs fan.
Real won’t win the CL again, too hard to do 2 years in a row and Bayern will be strong again
Gutted for Southampton, saw them a few times as a boy with my Dad and they where a breath of fresh air last season.
The Bundesleaga isn’t anywhere near as strong as the PL, it’s more like Spain where you have a handful of very good sides who are fresh in CL competition as their domestic games are easy.Posted 3 years agoMSPSubscriber
Between Chelsea and city for the top spot, arsenal in third buch pushing the top two much closer, I think they will gap the rest and it is a toss up who will take the fourth spot, but if the new manager at Tottenham has the same effect he had at Southampton they will probably take it.Posted 3 years agoJunkyardMember
non penalty taking defenderkeeper will outscore torres
Not sure this year
Hope chelski do not win as Morinho has somehow managed to be fantastic at press conferences and then put out and play the dullest football imaginable.
Top 4 chelsea, city , man and arsenal I am not sure of the order tbh but those first two are most likely to be vying for top spot
Pool will struggle without suarez and with CL and an aging gerrard 6 thPosted 3 years agoRockape63Member
Haven’t seen anything at united that makes me think they’ll be any better this year. Reckon (hoping) Moanriniho is losing his touch re-signing Droggy, don’t think pool are strong enough….but City have got such a squad its hard to look past them. Arsenal to push them close though with our new super striker Sanchez!!! 😀Posted 3 years agochewkwMember
binners – Member
No they won’t. If any players are looking good, mike Ashley will flog ’em in January!
He is not aiming to win the league but rather to increase the cash in his wallet so long as it is profitable, mid table is good enough for ROI. Yes, selling good players is a good way to get that. 😀Posted 3 years ago
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