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Old 07-13-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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next seasons premiership top 6

ok who do you think will top next seasons 6 positions?

i think in order it will go: -

Man unt
Chelsea
Liverpool
Middlesbrough
Arsenal
Newcastle (possibly above arsenal but defo top 6!)

anyone else think different?
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Old 07-13-2007, 07:02 PM   #2
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Middlesbrough???? are you insane?

Man United
Chelsea
Liverpool
Spurs
Arsenal
Everton

i think that's the most likely outcome. i'd love to think villa might make top 6 but being realistic that is probably unlikely.
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Old 07-14-2007, 05:41 AM   #3
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It's hard to get excited aboust something oh-so-predictable. I do my best to try and make it interesting for once.

1. Portsmouth
2. Chelski Scum
3. Man Utd Scum
4. Liverpool
5. Derby County
6. Bolton
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Old 07-14-2007, 06:51 AM   #4
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^The only one in yours likely right is Chelsea, but I praise you for being optimistic

1. Man Utd
2. Chelsea
3. Tottenham
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Everton

What about who do you think will go down?

Derby County, Fulham and Bolton to really bomb.
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How come this league never changes? It's always Man U, Arsenal, Chelsea Everton etc at the top... wherres the unpredictability? Wheres the change? Why would you even bother playing/watching/supporting another team if you know you will ever have a chance?
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Sadly this league rarely does change, well not for the past 5 years anyway. although with a few clubs now having a bit more money to spend and having good managers at the helm to boot (sven, o'neill, allardyce), perhaps some teams from outside the 'big four' can really try and make a push to break the monotony of it all.

arsenal look the most vunerable at the moment but come May it'll probably be the same old story, the same four at the top.
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Old 07-15-2007, 08:46 PM   #7
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Did Chelsea already got that new brazilian wonder kid ? the Alexander Duck ?
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Pato? No they haven't got him. Inter or AC MIlan want him too. can't remember which one though. He's meant to be very good.
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hmm
i'm not convinced man u will be on top this year... though they've done more than chelski has this summer.

nevertheless:

man united
LIVERPOOL (this is a very hungry team)
chelsea
reading (come on... it would be awesome if they not only made it to europe, but the champions league at that)
arsenal
man city (sven will make things work there, and man city will go deep into the uefa cup the year after)

there.

is that at least more interesting than what will likely play out?
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Wouldn't surprise me if Fulham were up there, they've made some very good buys.

Then again it wouldn't surprise me if they turned out for another nondescript campaign either.
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upon further thought, i think liverpool will be the team to beat this season.
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How come this league never changes? It's always Man U, Arsenal, Chelsea Everton etc at the top... wherres the unpredictability? Wheres the change? Why would you even bother playing/watching/supporting another team if you know you will ever have a chance?
Cause there's other amazing things to play for, such as UEFA Cup places and avoiding relegation.

If you want proper competitive football, Bundesliga is where it's at...
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Oh yeah because avoiding relegation is something to get excited about. Pointless.

Just adds more reasons to the already long list of why I hate soccer.
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Man United
Chelsea
Liverpool
Spurs
Arsenal
Everton

i think that's the most likely outcome. i'd love to think villa might make top 6 but being realistic that is probably unlikely.

Predictable, but
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Oh yeah because avoiding relegation is something to get excited about. Pointless.

Just adds more reasons to the already long list of why I hate soccer.
More exciting than willing your team to finish last on the ladder because you want priority draft picks.....
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