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Sun 27/07/03 at 17:09
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Just wondering who you lot think the table will look next season.


Here's mine:

1. Liverpool
2. Man United
3. Chelsea
4. Newcastle
5. Arsenal
6. Everton
7. Blackburn
8. Southampton
9. Middlesbrough
10. Aston Villa
11. Birmingham
12. Man City
13. Leeds
14. Tottenham
15. Wolves
16. Charlton
17. Portsmouth
18. Fulham
19. Bolton
20. Leicester
Fri 14/05/04 at 19:24
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"Baros!!!"
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Silent Scope wrote:


>
> Nice one ash by the way.



I'd say Nice aswell, but noticed that it's been edited.

=(
Fri 14/05/04 at 17:23
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Ash you cheat :P
Thu 13/05/04 at 18:07
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"The Red Shift"
Posts: 6,807
SolskjŠr wrote:

> ArsÚnal? While Thierry Henry and a few others may well be
> able to take them so-far in a season, it only ever lasts for
> `so-long┤. And they only have to lose `one┤ of their
> "star-players" (ie. Sol Campbell) before we see them
> starting to slip. And it's not like Wenger will have any money
> available to add to what's left his "Squad" with the
> never-ending Ashburton Grove saga!

i'm not being cocky, but...

lol :D

(after one game this prediction will be as right as a red-neck is smart :)
Thu 13/05/04 at 18:03
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"The Red Shift"
Posts: 6,807
Clazon wrote:
> man utd
> arsenal
> chelsea
> newcastle
> liverpool
> blackburn
> - dont know about the rest
>
> * arsenal fan
>
> i dont think that arsenal will get it this year, but i do think
> theyre in with a good chance

i was just being safe, so i didn't get slaughtered if we hadn't won :)

> liverpool still look like a mess to me.

they still were until the last couple of games. really played well lately and them and villa equally deserve it.

> chelsea can buy partial success

perfect statement

> newcastle still growing

yup. injuries/away form/and early season dip all helped me to get them right.

> blackburn are tough opposition

very unlucky with injuries. there should be no changes in personel for next season, yet i think they will be in the top 10.
Wed 12/05/04 at 16:08
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Ashley wrote:
> 1. Arsenal
> 2. Chelsea
> 3. Man utd
> 4. Liverpool
> 5. Newcastle
> 6. Aston Villa
> 7. Bolton
> 8. Charlton
> 9. Fulham
> 10. Birmingham
> 11. Boro
> 12. Southampton
> 13. Blackburn
> 14. Pompey
> 15. Tottenham
> 16. Everton
> 17. Mancity
> 18. Leicester
> 19. Wolves
> 20. Leeds
>

Happy with that....yes what predictive skill....yes skill...yes thats it, awesome really...



> This is it for the mo but ill re do it at the start of the season
> when i have had more time to think about it and all the signings are
> in place. Villa will do better than most expect, ive been stingey i
> reckon theyll probably get back to about 8th as o'leary is quality
> and they actually have a fairy solid team.
Wed 12/05/04 at 15:57
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Mine were pretty off, but at least my prediction of leeds going down was right!
Wed 12/05/04 at 15:37
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"sdomehtongng"
Posts: 23,695
Foreman wrote:
> I'll be shocked if Arsenal get top 3 never mind 1st.

Hur hur.

Although my predictions were also a little (a lot) off, this is funny.

;-)
Wed 12/05/04 at 11:50
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Posts: 16,558
Yea you call it cocky but funnily your the one who said it.. at least it wasn't as bad as foreman saying liverpool would win it :P
Wed 12/05/04 at 09:46
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"Ar-gen-tina!"
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Scope could you get anymore cocky?

oh and you forgot to mention sour grapes!!11
Wed 12/05/04 at 00:11
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SolskjŠr wrote:
> Well, even without Rio Ferdinand for the rest of the season (and the
> rest!), I can still see Man United coming-away with another
> Premiership Title to their name.
>
> Rio Ferdinand? As good a player as he can be, we do not rely solely
> on his services for any one-thing. In defence, we have players like
> Gary Neville, John O'Shea and even Mikael Silvestre who can do a
> good-job for us.
> Although, I don't see how Fergie can go without bringing-in at-least
> ONE new defender next-month, now Rio'd gone. Simply because, without
> him, the only `experienced┤ defenders we have left are those
> mentioned above and... Philip Neville! :S
>
>
> ArsÚnal? While Thierry Henry and a few others may well be able
> to take them so-far in a season, it only ever lasts for
> `so-long┤. And they only have to lose `one┤ of their
> "star-players" (ie. Sol Campbell) before we see them
> starting to slip. And it's not like Wenger will have any money
> available to add to what's left his "Squad" with the
> never-ending Ashburton Grove saga!
>
>
> Liverpool?? Please, Foreman - don't make me laugh!! :D

LOL and this :D

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