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Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Fri Aug 02, 2013 8:19 pm

2 weeks to go.

1) Predict the Premier League table.
2) Predict the top scorer.
3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?
4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?
5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)
6) First managerial sacking?

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Mine:

1) City
2) United
3) Chelsea
4) Arsenal
5) Spurs
6) Liverpool
7) Swansea
Cool Everton
9) West Ham
10) West Brom
11) Newcastle
12) Norwich
13) Fulham
14) Stoke
15) Cardiff
16) Southampton
17) Villa
18) Sunderland
19) Palace
20) Hull

2) Aguero

3) Sterling, Oscar, Bony, Cornelius, Lukaku

4) Norwich should do well with their signings. Think Newcastle may surprise.

5) Jovetic, Bony or Hooper so far.

6) Di Canio or Poccchetino, outside bet of Lambert.


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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:15 pm

City
Chelsea
United
Arsenal
Liverpool
Spurs
Swansea
West Ham
Everton
West Brom
Norwich
Fulham
Sunderland
Stoke
Southampton
Newcastle
Villa
Cardiff
Palace
Hull

2) Predict the top scorer.
3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season? Carroll is going to have a a good year if he stays healthy.
4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package? West Ham
5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)
6) First managerial sacking? Pardew
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:44 pm

1. Chelsea
2. Man City
3. Man Utd
4. Arsenal
5. Tottenham
6. Liverpool
7. WBA
8. Southampton
9. Everton
10. Aston Villa
11. Swansea
12. Norwich
13. West Ham
14. Fulham
15. Newcastle United
16. Cardiff City
17. Sunderland
18. Crystal Palace
19. Stoke
20. Hull

2) Negredo

3) Kevin Phillips

4) Southampton will do well, Sunderland and Everton will be poor.

5) Wanyama

6) Mark Hughes
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by debaser on Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:59 pm

1) Predict the Premier League table.

1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Tottenham
5. Arsenal
6. Liverpool
7. Southampton
8. Everton
9. Swansea
10. Aston Villa
11. WBA
12. Fulham
13. Newcastle
14. West Ham
15. Cardiff
16. Sunderland
17. Norwich
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18. Crystal Palace
19. Stoke
20. Hull

2) Predict the top scorer.
Robin Van Persie

3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?
Zaha, Okore, Chadli, Bony, De Bruyne

4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?
Southampton, Aston Villa Very Happy

5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)
maybe Soldado, assuming it happens.

6) First managerial sacking?
hard to look past Pardew

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I'm sure I'll be wrong on all counts, as usual, so apologies if I've cursed anyone..
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by messiah on Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:43 pm

man city
chelsea
spurs
arsenal
man u
swansea
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by The Chosen Glenn on Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:09 am


1) Predict the Premier League table.

Liverpool
Manchester United
Nottingham Forest
Everton
Queens Park Rangers
Arsenal
Wimbledon
Newcastle United
Luton Town
Coventry City
Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton
Tottenham Hotspur
Norwich City
Derby County
West Ham United
Charlton Athletic
Chelsea
Portsmouth
Watford
Oxford United


2) Predict the top scorer.

Soldado

3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?

van Persie, Hazard, Kompany, Coutinho, Deulofeu, Sanogo

4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?

If I told you it wouldn't be a surprise

5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)

Kolo Toure

6) First managerial sacking?

David Moyes

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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:13 am

Have a stroke doing the 1st part Louis? Razz
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Fey on Tue Sep 03, 2013 4:17 pm

Now is the time to fill in this bad boy of a list:

1 Manchester United (HOPE)
2 Chelsea
3 Manchester City
4 Arsenal
5 Liverpool
6 Aston Villa
7 Rottingham Hotfuzz
8 Swansea
9 Everton
10 Norwich
11 Fulham
12 Southampton
13 West Ham
14 Stoke City
15 Cardiff
16 WBA
17 Newcastle
18 Sunderland
19 Crystal Palace
20 Hull
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Romford Pele on Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:00 pm

Chelsea in pole for me. After that, it's open.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:06 pm

Still think City will win it by about 6 points or so. Negredo already showing he can score goals, Jovetic to come in at some stage. Defensively look a bit unstable right now but that will pass.

Too early to change my mind on anything - after around 8 games I think you get a definite indication. So if we're still top of the league by then I will say we are a certainty for number 19 <Ale>
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Sun May 18, 2014 11:11 pm

Nearly called the top 6 right.

Got all 3 relegated teams wrong Neutral
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Sat Aug 02, 2014 4:42 pm

Re-using this thread:

2 weeks to go.

1) Predict the Premier League table.
2) Predict the top scorer.
3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?
4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?
5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)
6) First managerial sacking?
7) player with most assists?

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Mine:

1) Chelsea
2) City
3) Liverpool
4) Arsenal
5) United
6) Spurs
7) Everton
8.) Palace
9) Newcastle
10) West Ham
11) Stoke
12) QPR
13) Swansea
14) Sunderland
15) Leicester
16) Villa
17) West Brom
18) Southampton
19) Hull
20) Burnley

2) Dzeko

3) Besic, Markovic, Herrera.

4) Palace should continue to grow into a shithouse Pulis side. QPR will probably do ok.

5) Sanchez and Fabregas the most likely. Lukaku could be very good business if he doesn't vanish after half a season.

6) Koeman is a really good bet.

7) Yaya Toure.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Fey on Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:01 pm

1) Chelsea
2) City
3) Utd
4) Arsenal
5) Liverpool
6) Newcastle
7) Spurs
Cool Everton
9) Stoke
10) QPR
11) Sunderland
12) Palace
13) Leicester
14) Southampton
15) Swansea
16) West ham
17) Villa
18) WBA
19) Hull
20) Burnley

2) HSWHW or HHH

3) Pelle, Janmaat and Schurlle

4) Newcastle

5) See 3.

6) Thinking of Koeman, or that Villa coach

7) Mata
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by The Chosen Glenn on Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:29 pm

1) Predict the Premier League table.

Liverpool
Manchester United
Nottingham Forest
Everton
Queens Park Rangers
Arsenal
Wimbledon
Newcastle United
Luton Town
Coventry City
Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton
Tottenham Hotspur
Norwich City
Derby County
West Ham United
Charlton Athletic
Chelsea
Portsmouth
Watford
Oxford United


2) Predict the top scorer.

Soldado

3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?

Kasper Schmeichel, Yannick Bolasie, Eric Dier, Sergio Pizzorno

4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?

If I told you it wouldn't be a surprise

5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)

Lukaku

6) First managerial sacking?

Mourinho

7) player with most assists?

Mata
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Sat Aug 02, 2014 6:17 pm

1) Man City
2) Chelsea
3) Arsenal
4) Liverpool
5) Man United
6) Spurs
7) Everton
Cool Stoke City
9) QPR
10) Hull City
11) Swansea
12) Sunderland
13) Leicester
14) Southampton
15) Newcastle
16) Aston Villa
17) West Ham
18) West Brom
19) Crystal Palace
20) Burnley


2) Predict the top scorer.
van Persie

3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?
Livermore, Ulloa, van Aanholt

4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?
Stoke

5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)
Sancehz

6) First managerial sacking?
WBA

7) player with most assists?
Rooney


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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Isco Benny on Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:41 pm

Think Kagawa will be a stand out this season under Van Gaal.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Pras_tama on Sun Aug 03, 2014 1:10 am

Isco Benny wrote:Think Kagawa will be a stand out this season under Van Gaal.

He has Mata on his way
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Jaime on Fri Aug 15, 2014 3:56 am

Wish I'd seen this before. Of course I've just seen that Pulis left so that changes my table. Biggrin

1) Predict the Premier League table.

1. Chelsea
2. Manchester City
3. Arsenal
4. Liverpool
5. Manchester United
6. Everton
7. Tottenham
8. Newcastle United
9. QPR
10. Leicester City
11. Southampton
12. Hull City
13. Aston Villa
14. Burnley
15. Sunderland
16. Stoke City
17. Swansea City
18. West Ham
19. West Brom
20. Crystal Palace

2) Predict the top scorer.

I'll go with Rooney. Looks in pretty good shape in the preseason. Scored 17 last year in the shittest Man Utd team in recent history.

3) Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?

Probably Alexis Sanchez. He was probably Barcelona's best player last year. Never got the credit he deserved. Sturridge is going to prove he can do it without Suarez.

4) Who will be the Premier League surprise package?

Burnley. Even though they have no foreign players (GASP!) they will do fine.

5) Which summer signing will prove the best? (Feel free to answer at a later date)

I think Cesc is going to love having permission to pass the ball forward again. For as little as they paid for him, he is going to really do the business. I think we'll look back and see that Fraser Forster might well just save Southampton.

6) First managerial sacking?

Seems like it's about time for Allardyce.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by debaser on Fri Aug 15, 2014 1:07 pm

1. Arsenal
2. Chelsea
3. Liverpool
4. Man City
5. Man Utd
6. Spurs
7. Everton
8. Stoke
9. Newcastle
10. Sunderland
11. Swansea
12. Hull
13. West Ham
14. Southampton
15. Leicester
16. QPR
17. Aston Villa
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18. Crystal Palace
19. Burnley
20. WBA

there's a clear divide between top 7 and the rest, would be surprised if anyone breached that. but within those groups it's pretty open: I think any of bottom group could end up in relegation battle and any of last year's top 4 could win title.

I've gone for Arsenal to spring a surprise - Ozil having had a season to adapt, addition of Sanchez, Ramsey to continue form & Walcott return - they look very strong (though desperately need some CB cover).

Chelsea look very strong throughout squad - still it's gonna depend a lot on Costa for goals.

Liverpool have lost Suarez but otherwise stronger - perhaps Champions League will affect them but otherwise they should be able to carry on momentum from last year & finish top 4 again, possibly with a title challenge.

City look a bit stagnant compared to Chelsea & Arsenal and I could see Toure struggling to reproduce last season form & he was so key to them last year, hence I've got them slipping to 4th. perhaps compensate by finally doing something in the Champions League.

Man Utd should improve but they ain't got the defence to finish top 4 at the minute (are they seriously going into season with just Evans, Smalling and Jones at CB? scratch ). think they going to have to put up with a transition season this time as Van Gaal changes system & personnel, then they should be ready to really compete next season.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Fri Aug 15, 2014 4:11 pm

Quite an interesting take on things there Debbie.

I think you're right in saying any of the top 4 from last season could potentially win the title. Arsenal and Liverpool would be a shock for the bookies and most pundits but I wouldn't be overly surprised to see us or Arsenal win it.

The thing with Chelsea is even if Costa doesn't measure up to the expectations they always seem to share goals throughout the team anyway - Schurrle, Hazard, Oscar, Fabregas, Salah, Willian are all capable of chipping in, Drogba will probably score a few when he plays and their defence usually does quite well on the goals front (Cahill, Terry, Ivanovic all usually chip in). So if you add in a firing Costa who does perform well and the fact that defensively they are probably the best and have the best keeper in Europe at the minute then I can't look past them.

City will undoubtedly focus on the Champions League this season - they have to become serious contenders in that soon or Pellegrini will be under pressure. They have the squad to manage all the competitions but as you say they may become a tad stale - Aguero continued to struggle with injuries, Jovetic hasn't got going yet, Dzeko seems to go through phases and Negredo is maybe on his way out. In terms of technical ability though they are the best team and they have a very versatile squad with a number of players who can play anywhere across the front line. Defensively they may improve though which means they will probably cut out the silly defeats that almost cost them the title and be able to win games 1-0 at times.

Liverpool and Arsenal are at the same level IMO - they have a very threatening first 11 that can blitz teams when they want to but both are still naive and aren't as smart as Chelsea or City when it comes to getting the job done when it really counts.

Sanchez might bridge the gap finally for them and be that player that they've been itching for since Henry left but what if he can't handle the pressure? He's not always going to be their saviour which means there's still a big requirement for Giroud, Oxlade and Walcott to step it up. Defensively they have to improve big time but it's still mentality that might let them down. Let's see how much impact landing that trophy has on them.

The pundits have already written us out of a title challenge and a lot even out of the top 4 but I think this is lazy journalism. All I keep seeing is comparisons to Tottenham and Bale but if you look a little deeper we've improved the squad in a sensible fashion. We've spent big money and bought a lot of players but we would have done so even had Suarez stayed. We aren't going to lose our threat going forward - Coutinho/Lallana, Sterling and Sturridge is still enough to worry any club. Henderson seems to be going from strength to strength and our defence simply has to improve from last time out so I can't see how we're going to be drastically weaker.

United will be really interesting. If they had sorted the defence out and maybe added a world class midfielder I'd have them down as a serious contender but for them to topple all the sides I've already mentioned while they're adjusting to a new manager and style would be too much this season IMO. But then without Europe they can focus solely on the league so there's always that advantage.

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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by debaser on Fri Aug 15, 2014 4:51 pm

Luis wrote:The thing with Chelsea is even if Costa doesn't measure up to the expectations they always seem to share goals throughout the team anyway - Schurrle, Hazard, Oscar, Fabregas, Salah, Willian are all capable of chipping in, Drogba will probably score a few when he plays and their defence usually does quite well on the goals front (Cahill, Terry, Ivanovic all usually chip in). So if you add in a firing Costa who does perform well and the fact that defensively they are probably the best and have the best keeper in Europe at the minute then I can't look past them.

Chelsea signed Neuer? Wink

true enough on the goals through the team though.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:18 pm

The only interesting thing is whether Man U can break back into the top 4. Such an uninspiring season, the sport needs shaking up.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:36 pm

Kimbo wrote:The only interesting thing is whether Man U can break back into the top 4. Such an uninspiring season, the sport needs shaking up.

So you think having 4, maybe 5 teams that can possibly win the title is uninspiring? Not to mention the fact that about 8 teams could all go down. Name a league more exciting than that.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:40 pm

Luis wrote:
Kimbo wrote:The only interesting thing is whether Man U can break back into the top 4. Such an uninspiring season, the sport needs shaking up.

So you think having 4, maybe 5 teams that can possibly win the title is uninspiring? Not to mention the fact that about 8 teams could all go down. Name a league more exciting than that.

Meh, same clubs as always, why do I give a shit which of them wins? There will be a 8-12 way relegation battle because most of the league just wants to survive and rake in the TV money, it might be interesting towards the end, but do any of them really deserve to stay up?

I can't name a more exciting league, because the other major leagues are just as broken.
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Post by messiah on Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:05 pm

Chelsea
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Luis on Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:58 pm

Kimbo wrote:
Luis wrote:
Kimbo wrote:The only interesting thing is whether Man U can break back into the top 4. Such an uninspiring season, the sport needs shaking up.

So you think having 4, maybe 5 teams that can possibly win the title is uninspiring? Not to mention the fact that about 8 teams could all go down. Name a league more exciting than that.

Meh, same clubs as always, why do I give a shit which of them wins? There will be a 8-12 way relegation battle because most of the league just wants to survive and rake in the TV money, it might be interesting towards the end, but do any of them really deserve to stay up?

I can't name a more exciting league, because the other major leagues are just as broken.

Football isn't there for your amusement though Kimmy. Lots of people do give a shit which one of them wins. You weren't complaining when you were pushing 4th a few seasons back. Money doesn't always dictate what happens. Yes the majority of the teams can't win the title or push for 4th in the league but it would be impossible for that to happen. There have to be strong teams and weak ones.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Fri Aug 15, 2014 7:02 pm

Luis wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
Luis wrote:
Kimbo wrote:The only interesting thing is whether Man U can break back into the top 4. Such an uninspiring season, the sport needs shaking up.

So you think having 4, maybe 5 teams that can possibly win the title is uninspiring? Not to mention the fact that about 8 teams could all go down. Name a league more exciting than that.

Meh, same clubs as always, why do I give a shit which of them wins? There will be a 8-12 way relegation battle because most of the league just wants to survive and rake in the TV money, it might be interesting towards the end, but do any of them really deserve to stay up?

I can't name a more exciting league, because the other major leagues are just as broken.

Football isn't there for your amusement though Kimmy. Lots of people do give a shit which one of them wins. You weren't complaining when you were pushing 4th a few seasons back. Money doesn't always dictate what happens. Yes the majority of the teams can't win the title or push for 4th in the league but it would be impossible for that to happen. There have to be strong teams and weak ones.

Yes it is. And money does dictate what happens, to say otherwise is delusional.

Personally I would like to see the whole thing collapse in on itself so we can start again with a system more like the NFL.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by rosenthal on Fri Aug 15, 2014 9:48 pm


1 Chelsea
2 Manchester City
3 Arsenal
4 Manchester United
5 Tottenham Hotspur
6 Liverpool
7 Everton
8 Stoke
9 Newcastle
10 Swansea
11 Southampton
12 West Ham
13 Leicester City
14 Hull
15 Queens Park Rangers
16 Sunderland
17 West Bromwich Albion
18 Aston Villa
19 Crystal Palace
20 Burnley


Predict the top scorer: Kun Aguero
Which players are going to make a name for themselves this season?: From Spurs Dier, Capoue, Holtby and Lamela will raise their reputation far
Who will be the Premier League surprise package?: Most will be as expected, Leicester City might surprise
Which summer signing will prove the best?: Cesc Fabregas
First managerial sacking?: Paul Lambert or Sam Allardyce (I'll go for Lambert)
Player with most assists?: Juan Mata
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by Kimbo on Fri Aug 15, 2014 9:52 pm

Everyone thinking we will finish top 10 is staggering. Our aim for the season is lower than what we did last season when we had our worst run of form in decades.
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Re: Predict The Premier League 15/16

Post by debaser on Fri Aug 15, 2014 11:05 pm

Kimbo wrote:Everyone thinking we will finish top 10 is staggering. Our aim for the season is lower than what we did last season when we had our worst run of form in decades.

it was more a matter of eliminating other possibilities. I start from 20 and worked up. teams like Palace and Southampton might've been top 10 possibilities but manager loss & player loss has screwed them. Villa are in limbo. 3 promoted teams aren't likely to be finishing top half. Hull, West Ham, WBA: all meh at best. that left me with Stoke, Swansea, Newcastle & Sunderland as the most functional-looking of the relegation fodder clubs so they took 8th-11th

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