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Premier League 09/10

Started on 26 May 2009 by The !RedDevil! / First Post
Latest Reply on 27 March 2010 by garry_1305 / Last Post
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well as we now know the all the teams talk can start about the new season, its been too long since the last season, i can't wait haha.
1st: man utd
2nd: chelsea
3rd: liverpool
4th: arsenal

28th: sunderland
29th: birmingham
30th: burnley
sunderland wont get relegated

you not heard about the major investment the getting, the new man city...

cant see them doing well but not relegation

i believe burnly will be the new stoke this season as well

my prediction

1st: man utd
2nd: chelsea
3rd: liverpool
4th: arsenal

18th: Wolves/Stoke
19th:Birmingham
20th: Hull
well i cant "predict" the league. i mean i can have my thoughts and such.

but it is very very very very very very very very very....very...early to say how the next season will be.

so many signings here and there, managers changing here and there. things happening here and there. so you cant really start to predict too much already.
I think another big club will be relegated along with Hull and Birmingham as I think Wolves and Burnley will suprise just like Hull this season.

Manchester United will win but we will probably (again) have a bad start. :(

ps. anyone noticed that the past 2 or 3 years (not sure) Man Utd have had extremely bad starts?
yeah just need time to get the ball rolling, but when we do!
i forgot about hull!

you heard burnley might lose coyle? celtic want him bad, as strachan left.
I just reckon Everton r guna finish 4th for some reason, i just think next season will be the one where we can continue with are high finishing by getting 4th.
Maybe wrong but thats my early prediction.
i can see it being a three horse race for the title.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea

and unless Arsenal make some investments i think they could lose out on 4th spot to a number of teams this season. I mean Everton and Villa are obviously going to be there or there abouts unless something drastic happens, but i can also see Spurs finally mounting a serious challenge for the top 4 and if Manchester City can bring in some more quality players which everyone expects we can see then challenging for 4th place aswell this season.

as for relegation I can only see hull going down at the moment with one or two of the promoted teams, but i wouldnt even dare to guess on that yet after what happened this year.
JamieDEVG : i can see it being a three horse race for the title.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea

and unless Arsenal make some investments i think they could lose out on 4th spot to a number of teams this season. I mean Everton and Villa are obviously going to be there or there abouts unless something drastic happens, but i can also see Spurs finally mounting a serious challenge for the top 4 and if Manchester City can bring in some more quality players which everyone expects we can see then challenging for 4th place aswell this season.

Definately agree, those three will fight for top. I think it'll be close again, and probably go to the last few weeks like this season.

However in my opinion, there is no way theyre going to be any greater challenge than this season. Mark Hughes is right, they need a few more years to build the team up before they can start to challenge.

This season for example, I heard a City fan say "great, now we have all this money we can finally reach our potential." What potential lol?! Theyve been a decent mid table team for a while now. And well done to the richest club in the world for failing to qualify for european football and just about escaping relegation! Thats not a great start, theres no way theyre going to get the players they want until they actually start to achieve and get european football, and that'll take time.
xtremeganesh :
JamieDEVG : i can see it being a three horse race for the title.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea

and unless Arsenal make some investments i think they could lose out on 4th spot to a number of teams this season. I mean Everton and Villa are obviously going to be there or there abouts unless something drastic happens, but i can also see Spurs finally mounting a serious challenge for the top 4 and if Manchester City can bring in some more quality players which everyone expects we can see then challenging for 4th place aswell this season.

Definately agree, those three will fight for top. I think it'll be close again, and probably go to the last few weeks like this season.

However in my opinion, there is no way theyre going to be any greater challenge than this season. Mark Hughes is right, they need a few more years to build the team up before they can start to challenge.

This season for example, I heard a City fan say "great, now we have all this money we can finally reach our potential." What potential lol?! Theyve been a decent mid table team for a while now. And well done to the richest club in the world for failing to qualify for european football and just about escaping relegation! Thats not a great start, theres no way theyre going to get the players they want until they actually start to achieve and get european football, and that'll take time.

i agree with what your saying about city and the fact that they havent qualified for europe means there not going to get most of the big names they want BUT what good did that do them with Robhino. I mean yeah he's put some world class performances in but from what I've seen as an Oldham fan, he's caused alot more trouble behind the scenes from what he's actually given back to the club.
The best thing for City to do in my opinion is invest in some hard working experienced players this season instead of chasing after the big names that they're not going to get.
But yeah i think i may have been to hastey saying there going to push for 4th spot, what i should have said is i can see them actually mounting a challenge on a 5th-7th spot finish.
Spot on. Players like Given, de Jong and Bridge were exactly what City needed; hard working players, not massive names but definately quality additions to the squad. And players like Ireland and Zabaleta who are emerging as brilliant prospects need to be kept because theyve been solid for City.

They just need to build the club, and Hughes will do that if hes given the time. 7th - 5th is probably a good shout.
JamieDEVG :
xtremeganesh :
JamieDEVG : i can see it being a three horse race for the title.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea

and unless Arsenal make some investments i think they could lose out on 4th spot to a number of teams this season. I mean Everton and Villa are obviously going to be there or there abouts unless something drastic happens, but i can also see Spurs finally mounting a serious challenge for the top 4 and if Manchester City can bring in some more quality players which everyone expects we can see then challenging for 4th place aswell this season.

Definately agree, those three will fight for top. I think it'll be close again, and probably go to the last few weeks like this season.

However in my opinion, there is no way theyre going to be any greater challenge than this season. Mark Hughes is right, they need a few more years to build the team up before they can start to challenge.

This season for example, I heard a City fan say "great, now we have all this money we can finally reach our potential." What potential lol?! Theyve been a decent mid table team for a while now. And well done to the richest club in the world for failing to qualify for european football and just about escaping relegation! Thats not a great start, theres no way theyre going to get the players they want until they actually start to achieve and get european football, and that'll take time.

i agree with what your saying about city and the fact that they havent qualified for europe means there not going to get most of the big names they want BUT what good did that do them with Robhino. I mean yeah he's put some world class performances in but from what I've seen as an Oldham fan, he's caused alot more trouble behind the scenes from what he's actually given back to the club.
The best thing for City to do in my opinion is invest in some hard working experienced players this season instead of chasing after the big names that they're not going to get.
But yeah i think i may have been to hastey saying there going to push for 4th spot, what i should have said is i can see them actually mounting a challenge on a 5th-7th spot finish.
two things
First Thing - They Didn't Just Escape Relegation Hull Just Escaped Relegation BIG DIFFERENCE

Second Thing - ONE SINGLE WORLD CLASS PLAYER WONT GET YOU IN TO EUROPE
ye ireckon two- three years till man City can break into top 4.
all they need to do is create a stable club that is consistent, instead of doing well one year, almost getting relegated next.

and i honestly think the rich rich owners will be too impatient for that and get bored.
they are just a plaything for the owners, they are not fans.
The !RedDevil! : yeah just need time to get the ball rolling, but when we do!
i forgot about hull!

you heard burnley might lose coyle? celtic want him bad, as strachan left.

coyle came out and said the only way he'd leave burnley is if he was sacked. so he ain't goin nowhere.

i think wolves will be a real surprise in the prem this season =D

i think man city will be 5th-7th and unless arsenal invest in a striker and defender then they will definately lose out on 4th and arsene wenger will be in trouble with the board.
but he knows what he's doin so i think he'll sign what they need (if he's given the money)
but he has also asked the board to be able to speak to celtic! so he could be goin somewhere

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