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[Archived] Relegation Next Season


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Having looked at the buying of players todate, it seems to me that unlike other seasons, it is hard to name the three teams that will go down next season.

most if not all the teams seems to have spent well, and the weaker teams last season will not be weak this time around, plus the teams coming up have also invested well.

so with your thinking caps on, who do you think will go down next season and why

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I do not think that sunderland will go down, they have money to spend and with the boss that they have I would hate to be the players that failed him

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Crikey we are 5 weeks away from starting and we are talking relegation candidates !!!

For me this is going to be tough at this preent stage due to clubs being able to make signings and things can change dramatically.

I would imagine that the 5 candidates will be

Boro

Fulham

Derby

Birmingham

Sunderland

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Crystal Ball at the ready.....uh uh! the fog is clearing. Now I see that the FAPL has sacked 3 members of it's present board, and the EPL clubs have voted on messrs Williams, Whelan amd McCabe as replacements.

Oh now what's this? The new FAPL board have ordered immediate relegation for West Ham for last seasons misdemeanors and have re-instated Sheff Utd just in time for the start of the season.

Oh dear the crystal ball has fogged up again; can't see any further. Sorry.

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Wigan for sure.

Derby might do a Reading and stay up. Whereas Reading will struggle this time around.

Not impressed with Roy Headcases purchases so far. They could fold.

Big Club will probably have some trouble as will Foolam. So many changes is bound to upset the team spirit (Brum).

And of course, hopefully and quite possibly down thereabouts: notlob.

Surprise of the season: Everton back down to lower table mediocrity.

In fact, heres my bottom 10!

20. Wigan

19. Fulham

18. Reading

17. Birmingham

16. Bolton

15. Everton

14, Sunderland

13. Derby

12. Portsmouth

11. West Ham

10. Manchester City

*EDIT: seems I forgot about Pompey. Villa in top 10 then. Think Boro will be just up around midtable. Good strikers they've bought. And Woodgate. Crap manager though.

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In fact, heres my bottom 10!

20. Wigan

19. Fulham

18. Reading

17. Birmingham

16. Bolton

15. Everton

14, Sunderland

13. Aston Villa

12. Derby

11. West Ham

10. Manchester City

I hope Bolton do finish that low down. :rover:

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Relegation - my 3

18 - NEWCASTLE

19 - BIRMINGHAM

20 - WEST HAM

Reasons:

NEWCASTLE - 'Big Club' ######. The only thing they will win this year is the dubious honour of wasting more money than any other team

BIRMINGHAM - Have never been good enough to be in the Premiership, their dismal record shows this

WEST HAM - Justice. This time they played the cheating game and won. Nowhere to hide next season

ROVERS - Top 7

ONE LOVE - BRFC

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Portsmouth

Brum

Wigan

I dont think Pompey will ahve anywhere near as good a season as they did last season, their back four is a year older, Kanu wont have a season like that again and he's reinforced with pooh. Plus I really dont like shyster Harry

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My head tells me:

Wigan

Manchester City

Sheffield United/West Ham ( ;) ) - you never know.......

My heart would like:

Bolton

Birmingham

Fulham

assuming West Ham are already relegated, otherwise of course they top the list

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In trouble:

Derby - Weakest squad by miles.

Wigan - Hutchings = disaster

Fulham - Weak squad - Sanchez not up to it

M'boro - I'm not sure Southgate is a manager

Reading - Difficult second season - No stars

Birmingham - Signing too many average players

Sunderland - As above

It wouldn't suprise me at all if the following ended up in trouble:

Bolton - Allardyce an impossible act to follow

City - Sven, Man City, Takeover etc something doesn't add up.

West Ham - Too much money, not enough heart.

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Sorry, I forgot about Portsmouth.

18. Fulham

19. Wigan

20. Pompey

That's a bit better. :rover:

Sorry Fulham but I do worry about whether Sanchez can keep you up. He's a brilliant national manager but I don't know if he can do the same with the Cottagers. I hope I'm wrong. :unsure:

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As usual there is a queue forming of teams likely to go down.

Don't think we'll be one....

If I had to bet my life on one it would be Derby.

BW are surely in for a very difficult season though...I don't think their fans realise it yet.......

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