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Premier League:

Winners: Man City

Runners Up: Liverpool

3rd-6th: Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal, Man Utd

Relegation: Southampton, Fulham, Bournemouth

Overachievers: Aston Villa

Underperformers: Southampton

Top Goal Scorer: Haaland

Break Out Year: Aaron Ramsey (Villa)

Season to Forget: Dele Alli

PFA Player of the Year: Haaland

PFA Young Player of the Year: Aaron Ramsey (Villa)

Manager of the Year: Pep

First manager to quit/be sacked: Lampard

 

Championship

Winners: Norwich

Runners Up: Watford

Play-Offs: Burnley, Hull, Sheffield United, Luton

Relegation: Sunderland, Wigan, Rotherham

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 9th

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson

Season to forget: Murphy

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us?: Schar

 

Domestic

League One Promotion: Derby, Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday

League One Relegation: Exeter, Cheltenham, Oort Vale, Morecombe

League Two Promotion: Doncaster, Salford, Crewe, Wimbledon

League Two Relegation: Stevenage, Grimsby

 

FA Cup: Man City

League Cup: Chelsea

EFL Trophy: Charlton

 

Europe

La Liga winner: Real Madrid

Serie A winner: AC Milan

Bundesliga winner: Bayern Munich

 

Champions League winner: Real Madrid

Europa League winner: Roma

Conference League Winner: Villarreal (although it will likely be a Europa League drop out)

 

World Player of the Year: Ronaldo

World Young player: Ekiteke

 

 

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5 hours ago, buzza said:

With regard to the newcastle predictions everyone is making, why the negativity?

 

As it currently stands, we've only signed 1 outfield player who wasn't here last season who is a defender (a very good one admittedly). Despite that our most pressing issue is the attack and are yet to make any kind of concrete offer for any kind of attacker.

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Premier League:

Winners: Man City

Runners Up: Tottenham

3rd-6th: Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd

Relegation: Fulham, Bournemouth, Everton

Overachievers: Forest

Underperformers: Villa

Top Goal Scorer: Haaland

Break Out Year: Brennan Johnson

Season to Forget: Grealish

PFA Player of the Year: Haaland

PFA Young Player of the Year: Djed Spence

Manager of the Year: Pep

First manager to quit/be sacked: Lampard

 

Championship

Winners: Norwich

Runners Up: Middlesbrough

Play-Offs: Burnley, Sheff Utd, QPR, Stoke

Relegation: Rotherham, Reading, Wigan

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 10th

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson

Season to forget: Fraser

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us?: Botman

 

FA Cup: Liverpool

League Cup: Chelsea

 

Europe

La Liga winner: Real Madrid

Serie A winner: Inter Milan

Bundesliga winner: Bayern 

 

Champions League winner: Man City

Europa League winner: Man Utd

 

World Player of the Year: Mbappe

World Young player: dunno

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7 hours ago, buzza said:

With regard to the newcastle predictions everyone is making, why the negativity?

I dont think Manu will be ahead of us, they are very fragile and I think a couple of losses and they will lose their heads.

Arsenal are still a soft core team, they now have a class front line but that doesnt change a mind set, they will fañter as well.

 

We have a full pre-season with Howe and I would bet my house that we sign a right winger and striker within a couple of weeks. We will be very hard to beat and will have a bit more bite up front with calum and new player to attack with.

Top six, or seventh if the others dont falter line I think they will….

Basically everyone who we should be looking to catch above us have improved massively. Not only this but so far we haven’t made an attacking signing, and are short in the forward, RW, and CM positions.

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Think we'll target 7th but the big 6 and West Ham alone are way ahead of where we are. Then you've got the likes of Brighton, Villa, Leicester still. Finish top 2 of the group behind that and I think it's decent.

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Is predicting between 12th and 8th particularly negative like? That's decent progress and solidifying.

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3 hours ago, leffe186 said:

Dunno man, if Liverpool win CL, FA Cup and League Cup against the sort of opposition they’re going to face this year I don’t know how Klopp doesn’t win Manager of the Year.

 

It's supposed to be Premier League manager of the season. Hopefully they'll stick to that next year.

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10 minutes ago, 54 said:

Is predicting between 12th and 8th particularly negative like? That's decent progress and solidifying.

 

I think 11th below is mind. Don't think it's unreasonable expecting our highest finish since promotion with the manager, staff and squad we have.

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Premier League:

Winners: Man City

Runners Up: Liverpool

3rd-6th: Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd

Relegation: Bournemouth, Forest, Brentford 

Overachievers: Fulham

Underperformers: Wolves

Top Goal Scorer: Harry Kane (Haaland will be rotated too much)

Break Out Year: Cole Palmer

Season to Forget: Ronaldo

PFA Player of the Year: Harry Kane

PFA Young Player of the Year: Cole Palmer

Manager of the Year: Pep

First manager to quit/be sacked: Frank Lampard (Gone by November)

 

Championship

Winners: Norwich (obviously)

Runners Up: Burnley

Play-Offs: Sheff Utd

Relegation: Rotherham, Reading, Blackpool

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 8th

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson

Season to forget: Lascelles

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us?: Joelinton

 

FA Cup: Man City

League Cup: Spurs

 

Europe

La Liga winner: Real Madrid

Serie A winner: Juventus

Bundesliga winner: Bayern Munich

 

Champions League winner: Man City

Europa League winner: Milan (after dropping out of CL group stage)

 

World Player of the Year: Vinicius Jnr

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Contrary to the majority, i think the following teams will be good and/or average next season and we will compete with them at the top end of the table:

Arsenal - still a soft core team who do not like physical/up´n at em´games. Yes, will score more goals but are very susceptible to them as well.

West ham - apart from Rice, I struggle to see them continuing their form.

Villa - decent signings, but unsure whether or not Gerrard is a class manager, we will see this season. To challenge top six?

leicester - no signings and not great vibes for Rogers. No way are they callenging.

Manu - it will take a couple of losses for them to fall apart again. They are very fragile.

Spurs, Citeh and Liverpool will almost certainly be top 3, with chelsea in and about. But 5th 6th and 7th are wide open in my opinion....

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On 24/07/2022 at 11:00, gdm said:

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us?: Joelinton 

Does this count? :lol:

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Premier League:

Winners: city

Runners Up: spurs

3rd-6th: Liverpool, Chelsea, arsenal, man utd

Relegation: Brentford, Bournemouth, Leeds

Overachievers: Newcastle, forest

Underperformers: West Ham, Brighton

Top Goal Scorer: Kane

Break Out Year: Michael Olise

Season to Forget: Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea, Brenden Rodgers

PFA Player of the Year: Bruno Guimarães

PFA Young Player of the Year: Saka

Manager of the Year: Howe

First manager to quit/be sacked: Tuchel

 

Championship

Winners: Norwich

Runners Up: Burnley

Play-Offs: Watford, Boro (winners), Sheffield United, Hull

Relegation:Birmingham, Bristol City, Rotherham

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 7the

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson (16 goals)

Season to forget: Shelvey

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us? Shelvey

 

Domestic

League One Promotion: Sheffield Wed,  Ipswich, Plymouth

League One Relegation: Charlton, Morecambe,  Exeter, Fleetwood

League Two Promotion: Bradford,  Northampton,  Swindon, Wimbledon

League Two Relegation: Harrogate, Stevenage

 

FA Cup: Arsenal

League Cup: City

EFL Trophy: Bolton

 

Europe

La Liga winner: Real

Serie A winner: Roma

Bundesliga winner: Bayern

 

Champions League winner: Liverpool

Europa League winner: Roma

Conference League Winner: Villarreal

 

World Player of the Year: Mbappe

World Young player:Pedri

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Full league predictions?

 

1. Man City

2. Liverpool

3. Spurs

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Man Utd

7. Newcastle

8. West Ham

9. Villa

10. Leicester

11. Wolves

12. Palace

13. Brighton

14. Leeds

15. Brentford

16. Everton

17. Forest

18. Southampton

19. Fulham

20. Bournemouth

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I'd have us comfortably 8th without any serious injury losses over the season. 

 

Equally with the little to no injuries and a small investment again in January, possibly even a place higher.

 

I think our season will be defined by how fit the camp stay.

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11 minutes ago, STM said:

Full league predictions?

 

1. Man City

2. Liverpool

3. Spurs

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Man Utd

7. Newcastle

8. West Ham

9. Villa

10. Leicester

11. Wolves

12. Palace

13. Brighton

14. Leeds

15. Brentford

16. Everton

17. Forest

18. Southampton

19. Fulham

20. Bournemouth

Is that with is brining In more players or not ?

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Just now, SUPERTOON said:

Think 7th is too far for us tbh, 8th would be possible with 2 top class additions 

In my eyes, it would be us vs West Ham. 2 more players and I fancy. We will see I suppose.

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1 minute ago, STM said:

In my eyes, it would be us vs West Ham. 2 more players and I fancy. We will see I suppose.

Certainly better to discuss this than if we are going to be relegated or not.

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1. Man City

2. Spurs

3. Liverpool 

4. Arsenal

5. Chelsea

6. West Ham

7. Man Utd

8. Villa

9. Newcastle

10. Leicester

11. Brighton

12. Palace

13. Forest

14. Wolves

15. Leeds

16. Brentford

17. Fulham

18. Southampton

19. Everton

20. Bournemouth

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Premier League:

Winners: Man City

Runners Up: Liverpool

3rd-6th: Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man U

Relegation: Bournemouth, Leeds, Everton

Overachievers: Newcastle (7th)

Underperformers: Everton (18th)

Top Goal Scorer: Kane

Break Out Year: Harvey Elliott

Season to Forget: Raheem Sterling

PFA Player of the Year: Luis Diaz

PFA Young Player of the Year: Jacob Ramsey

Manager of the Year: Pep

First manager to quit/be sacked: Lumpy Lamps

 

Championship

Winners: Norwich

Runners Up: Watford

Play-Offs: Blackburn Rovers, Boro, Cardiff, Burnley, 

Relegation: Sunlun, Bristol City, Rotherham

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 7th

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson

Season to forget: Murphy or Lascelles

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us?: Joelinton

 

FA Cup: Man City

League Cup: Chelsea


 

Europe

La Liga winner: Barcelona

Serie A winner: Inter

Bundesliga winner: Bayern 

 

Champions League winner: PSG

 

World Player of the Year: Mbappe

World Young player: Phil Foden

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1. Manchester Blue

2. Liverpool

3. Tottenham

4. Chelsea

5. Arsenal

6. Manchester Red

7. Newc. United

8. West Ham

9. Everton

10. Leicester

11. Wolves

12. Southampton

13. Palace

14. Brighton & Hove

15. Nottingham

16. Fulham

17. Leeds

18. Aston Villa

19. Brentford

20. Bournemouth

 

 

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Premier League:

Winners: Liverpool

Runners Up: Man-City

3rd-6th: Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Man U

Relegation: Brentford, Fulham, Bournemouth

Overachievers: Newcastle (8th)

Underperformers: Southampton (17th)

Top Goal Scorer: Kane

Break Out Year: Fabio Carvalho

Season to Forget: Grealish

PFA Player of the Year: Kane

PFA Young Player of the Year: Jacob Ramsey

Manager of the Year: Klopp

First manager to quit/be sacked: Parker

 

 

Newcastle United

Where will we finish?: 8th

Top Goalscorer?: Wilson

Season to forget: Murphy

Who will be the first player to be sent off for us? Schar

 

FA Cup: Chelsea

League Cup: Spurs


 

Europe

La Liga winner: Real Madrid

Serie A winner: Inter

Bundesliga winner: Bayern 

 

Champions League winner: Liverpool

 

World Player of the Year: Mbappe

World Young player: Pedri

 

 

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