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Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Ross K, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. Feña14

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    Mere top 4 finish? I'd take that right now! What with how the Manchester clubs have strengthened, the players we've lost, Champions League football next season etc.. let's not forget the last 2 league winners have finished around mid table. Not saying that'll happen again, but Champions League qualification isn't guaranteed. Got to love the Premier League! :p
     
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  2. Slice'n'dice

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    Yeah, yeah, just like you were saying last year.

    You'll be right up there much as I'd like it to be otherwise. City probably favourites at the point I'd say, and the head says Chelsea the next closest challengers. Heart says Liverpool and if we get our signings we can be up there. Depending on how Spurs handle Wembley I'd have them from 2nd to 4th. Still not convinced Mourinho's not done, and Arsenal are losing Sanchez, but if they keep him a front three of him Lacazette and Ozil is as good as anything.

    Personally I expect the same top 4, maybe with a change of order.
     
  3. Feña14

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    That's what's so great about the Premier League I suppose, you have no clue going into it each season. I agree about Tottenham and Wembley possibly having a drop, Liverpool looked good at stages last year but became inconsistent around mid season. If they do better with that I can see top 3, the Manchester clubs are pulling away a bit after a season where they probably let themselves down. Then Everton have splashed out and could challenge the top 4 for awhile.

    I'm quietly confident of top 4, but we have previous of totally collapsing. I'd take top 4 and a good first year back in Europe right now personally.
     
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    Some La Liga fixtures have been announced. The first El Clasico will be on December 20 at Santiago Bernabeu while the second one will be very late in the season, on May 6 at Camp Nou.

    The upcoming season will be Atletico Madrid's first at Wanda Metropolitano, their new stadium which has the capacity of 68 thousand.
     

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