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"End of Season Table Prediction"

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Sun 31/07/05 at 23:36
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"0228"
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1. Chelsea (Plus FA Cup)
2. Man United
3. Arsenal
4. Liverpool (Plus Carling Cup)
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5. Bolton
6. Middlesbrough
7. Tottenham
8. Newcastle
9. Aston Villa
10. Everton
11. Charlton
12. Man City
13. Birmingham
14. Portsmouth
15. Fulham
16. Blackburn
17. West Brom
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18. West Ham
19. Sunderland
20. Wigan

Unsure about the Champions League, Chelsea have a chance but I think a none English club will probably take it this time.
Sat 06/08/05 at 13:23
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Wyn wrote:
>
> What's so fantastic about Owen, he had a good team behind him at
> Liverpool, plus I don't think the Man Utd team would suit his style.
> He hasn't got the speed he used to have.

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Ahahahaha.

Later posts from Wyn:

"I think Henry should be dropped, he hasn't scored for 45 minutes."

"What's so good about Alan Shearer?"

"Wigan for champions."
Fri 05/08/05 at 22:09
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"The Red Shift"
Posts: 6,807
Kawada wrote:
> i think the Van Der Sar signing is a good one,

Agreed.

> Least it's a tad more sensible than what the tabloids always came out
> with when you won the title in the 90's *United falling to pieces,
> their dominance is over!!!* Course that last part is actually true
> now but it's Chelsea who will be dominating in the coming years, not
> the goons. Plus i'm still predicting Henry will be asking Bobby what
> the french for transfer request is come the end of this season :-D

I doubt it. Where would he go? It could only be Juve or Barclona and I can't see him leaving because everything he needs in his career is at Highbury (in terms of him performing well, full support around him and a nice pay roll, surrounds and city...)
Fri 05/08/05 at 21:47
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"Mozzy"
Posts: 2,287
Wyn wrote:
> What's so fantastic about Owen, he had a good team behind him at
> Liverpool, plus I don't think the Man Utd team would suit his style.
> He hasn't got the speed he used to have.

So you're saying he is too slow for Man Yoo? Ahahahaha.
Fri 05/08/05 at 20:45
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"Brooklyn boy"
Posts: 14,935
Clazon wrote:
> I'm suprised how many have put Man U 2nd and us 3rd. I mean Man U
> didn't put much of a showing in last year and haven't really added to
> the team.

i think the Van Der Sar signing is a good one, though i'm still a fan of Howard he does make mistakes but isn't fortunate to get away with them and from the games i saw Park in last year he looked very good.

> Perhaps everyone sees it as being close between the two, but it
> amuses me that losing Vieira instantly means everyone thinks we're
> going to finish one place lower than they most likely would have
> otherwise suggested.


Least it's a tad more sensible than what the tabloids always came out with when you won the title in the 90's *United falling to pieces, their dominance is over!!!* Course that last part is actually true now but it's Chelsea who will be dominating in the coming years, not the goons. Plus i'm still predicting Henry will be asking Bobby what the french for transfer request is come the end of this season :-D
Fri 05/08/05 at 20:38
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Mozzy wrote:
> He is, haven't you seen him play? He scored on his debut.
>
> Anyway, if Man Utd get Owen then they will get in the top 3 but if
> not they will probably come fourth.

What's so fantastic about Owen, he had a good team behind him at Liverpool, plus I don't think the Man Utd team would suit his style. He hasn't got the speed he used to have.
Fri 05/08/05 at 20:36
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Um, I believe that Alex Ferguson is doing what he did in the mid nineties, bringing up a young team to be the next champions, regardless of Chelsea's money or not. They will manage that in couple of years, with players like Rooney, Ronaldo, O'Shea.... shame they sold nardeillo. This season I reckon they'll reach Second.... Arsene Wenger will do the same thing in years to come, it's just Man U's time. Chelsea are sort of disrupting the natural flow of things.
Fri 05/08/05 at 20:27
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"The Red Shift"
Posts: 6,807
I'm suprised how many have put Man U 2nd and us 3rd. I mean Man U didn't put much of a showing in last year and haven't really added to the team.

Perhaps everyone sees it as being close between the two, but it amuses me that losing Vieira instantly means everyone thinks we're going to finish one place lower than they most likely would have otherwise suggested.

Personally I don't make a prediction, apart from the obvious:

1 = Moneybags

I also think Meka is insane. Liverpool and Tottenham would get nose bleeds from being that high.

:D
Fri 05/08/05 at 20:21
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Posts: 2,925
1. Chelsea - Champions League, FA Cup
2. Manchester United
3. Arsenal
4. Bolton
5. Liverpool
6. Middlesborough
7. Manchester City - Carling Cup
8. Everton
9. Birmingham City
10. Tottenham Hotspur
11. Aston Villa
12. Charlton Athletic
13. Newcastle United
14. West Brom
15. Sunderland
16. Portsmouth
17. Fulham
18. Wigan Athletic
19. Blackburn
20. West Ham United

Move Everton to 19th if they either get into group stages in Champions League or last 16 in UEFA cup.
Fri 05/08/05 at 11:36
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Either that or if Van Nistelrooy finds his form.
Fri 05/08/05 at 09:27
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"Mozzy"
Posts: 2,287
He is, haven't you seen him play? He scored on his debut.

Anyway, if Man Utd get Owen then they will get in the top 3 but if not they will probably come fourth.

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