Premier League 2017/18 season predictions

dontcallme

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Just interested in seeing how the season will pan out before all the transfer activity is completed.

1. Man City
2. Chelsea
3. Spurs
4. Man Utd
5. Arsenal
6. Liverpool

Relegated: Watford, Brighton, Huddersfield

FA Cup: Spurs
League Cup: Chelsea
CL: Barcelona

Golden boot: Kane
Player of the Year: De Bruyne
 
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1. Man City
2. Chelsea
3. Man Utd
4. Tottenham
5. Arsenal
6. Liverpool
7. Everton

Relegated: Burnley, WBA, Huddersfield

FA Cup: Chelsea
League Cup: Man Utd
CL: PSG

Golden boot: Kane
Player of the Year: Hazard
 

Marty

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1. Man City
2. Chelsea
3. Spurs
4. Man Utd
5. Liverpool
6. Arsenal

Relegated: Stoke, Brighton, Huddersfield

FA Cup: Spurs
League Cup: Man. United
CL: Bayern

Golden boot: Kane
Player of the Year: Eriksen
 
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dirtyh

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1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Spurs
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. Liverpool

Relegated: Watford, Huddersfield, Newcastle

FA Cup: Spurs
League Cup: Man City
CL: Real

Golden boot: Kane
Player of the Year: Alli
 
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Fucking hell, is this a city forum? What's the point of a Spurs site if it isn't filled with bias?

1. Tottenham
2. Bellends
3. Wankers
4. Jabronis
5. Yumyuks
6. Scum

FA- Tottenham
League cup- Tottenham
CL- Tottenham

Golden boot- Kane
POY- Danny Motherfucking Rose
 
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1. Man Utd
2. Man C
3-7 Turkey Shoot between Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs and Everton.

I think Wembley will hurt us, it's like playing all 38 games away...

I can see us finishing outside the top 4 but I think if we were playing at WHL we'd be a fair few points better off.
 

steve

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1. Man Utd
2. Man C
3-7 Turkey Shoot between Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs and Everton.

I think Wembley will hurt us, it's like playing all 38 games away...

I can see us finishing outside the top 4 but I think if we were playing at WHL we'd be a fair few points better off.
I think you're right about Wembley (to an extent) but think we'll do better away this year.
And last years' home form was so spectacular that even if we were at White Hart Lane this season we wouldn't replicate it.

Don't think we'll finish outside the top 4, Liverpool haven't sorted out their spine/defence (and have European footy) and Arsenal have the wrong mentality (and will do whilst Wenger is there). Chelsea have Europe this time too.
City are favourites to my mind, United look strong but still not sure he knows his best side yet.
 
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I think you're right about Wembley (to an extent) but think we'll do better away this year.
And last years' home form was so spectacular that even if we were at White Hart Lane this season we wouldn't replicate it.

Don't think we'll finish outside the top 4, Liverpool haven't sorted out their spine/defence (and have European footy) and Arsenal have the wrong mentality (and will do whilst Wenger is there). Chelsea have Europe this time too.
City are favourites to my mind, United look strong but still not sure he knows his best side yet.
Yeah, there are lots of factors to chuck in this year, Chelsea, ManU and Liverpool have to cope with CL football, two of them from having no European football at all last year. I'l reserve judgement on Arsenal until the window closes because there could still be a couple of big changes there, but like you, think they will still come up short tactically.
 

klacey

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1, Man utd
2. Man City
3. Spurs
4. Liverpool
5. Chelsea
6. Arsenal

FA- Man Utd
League cup- Everton
CL- Bayern

Golden Boot: Lukaku, Kane a close 2nd.
POY: Lukaku
 
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