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My Premier League Table Predictions

Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by Bozz, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. suarezlfc

    suarezlfc Active Member

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    Do you think Fergie would retire after number 20? Seems a nice round number to leave it on.
     
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  2. Jezz511

    Jezz511 Well-Known Member

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    that won't take too long ;)
    tbh, i think he wants to win the champions league again first. and probably beat barca but thats a bit difficult...

    ...Yes kpr, whatever you say, big clubs win it four times, raped by barcelona, bacon-nose, whiskeyface, etc.
     
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  3. KingPepeReina.

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    He also supports a club I hate as much as Manchester United and thats Rangers.
     
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  4. Swarbs

    Swarbs Well-Known Member
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    You should be so lucky ;)
     
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  5. The Ginger Marks

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    I think Fergie will retire before he wins another big ears, Barcelona are the team and probably will remain so for another three years at least. Hard to see past them.
     
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  6. Bolton4Europe

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    Bolton Wanderers are not high enough on the list.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/table/default.stm

    As you can see from the trustworthy source, Bolton are clearly leading the Premiership and as they kept a clean sheet and scored an spectacular 4 goals in their first game, are easily looking as if they can win the Premier League with comfortable ease. For anyone doubting my evidence, please, observe the televised game between title contender (at best) Manchester City at the Reebok Stadium on Sunday at 16:00.

    There, you will see why Bolton are serious Premier League contenders in this season. When they say a team are the 'dark horses' for something, we are those horses.
     
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  7. jonni911

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    Man Utd :(
    Chelsea
    Man City
    Liverpool
    Arsenal/Tottenham
    Arsenal/Tottenham
    Everton
    Sunderland
    Bolton
    Stoke
    Fulham
    Aston Villa
    West Brom
    Newcastle
    Wolves
    Swansea
    Wigan/Norwich
    Wigan/Norwich
    Blackburn
    QPR
     
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  8. Psycho2k

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    I'm not so sure after watching the Spanish Super Cup, if Real had a clinical finisher up front they would of destroyed Barcelona in the first leg, and having just watched the 2nd leg finishing was the problem yet again in another game where they were the better team.
     
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  9. suarezlfc

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    See, this is where a certain Christian Poulsen makes the difference.
     
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  10. Psycho2k

    Psycho2k Active Member

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    I said clinical finisher not clinically depressed.
     
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  11. Swarbs

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    Quite possibly, but then again Barca are not invincible in the early rounds if they don't click as well as they did in last year's final. But for the ref, Chelsea would have put them out in 2009; they were pretty toothless without Iniesta against Inter in 2010 and deservedly went out; and potentially were only a bad decision away from going out to Arsenal this season. When Barca play at their best no one can touch them, but then the CL isn't about how you play at your best, it's about how consistent you can be over the four knockout rounds. You only need one bad result, one bit of bad luck, one match where your players don't perform, or one injury to an important player at a crucial time to crash out of the competition, and Barca have shown themselves to be as vulnerable to that as anyone.

    I agree that Barca will be the team to beat over the next three years, but I don't see them winning all three of those comps, particularly given no one has ever retained the CL.
     
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  12. chelsea - over 100 years of history

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    Agree. I see Barca only winning 1 of the next 3.
     
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  13. Robby202

    Robby202 Well-Known Member

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    I can see Chelsea winning one too
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    KTBFFH
     
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  14. Unbiased Opinion

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    to be honest with you, i disagree with your whole table apart from where spurs sit.
     
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