2021/22 Football Predictions

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kreglze

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 28, 2011
17,382
15,526
Melbourne
AFL Club
Gold Coast
Other Teams
Arsenal
1. Man City
2. Chelsea
3. Man Utd
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Arsenal
7. Tottenham
8. Aston Villa
9. Everton
10. West Ham
11. Leeds Utd
12. Brighton
13. Wolves
14. Brentford
15. Newcastle
16. Burnley
17. Southampton
18. Crystal Palace
19. Norwich
20. Watford

To Get Promoted: Stoke, Bournemouth, Fulham
FA Cup: Chelsea
League Cup: Man City
Top Scorer: Lukaku
Best Transfer: Jack Grealish
Worst Signing: Danny Ings (Injury)
Champions League: Bayern Munich
Europa League: Real Sociedad
Europa Conference League: Roma
1st Manager Sacked: Who is the Watford Manager? Him
 

jd2010

#ENICOut #SayersOut
Feb 1, 2010
34,557
17,311
AFL Club
Carlton
Other Teams
Tottenham Hotspur, Brentford FC
100m + Laporte for Kane and Vlahovic./Lautaro signed would see Spurs a chance of challenging for the title.
Agree to an extent. Would put us genuinely in the top 4 contention probably not anywhere near City or Chelsea though.
 

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jd2010

#ENICOut #SayersOut
Feb 1, 2010
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Carlton
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Tottenham Hotspur, Brentford FC
With my prediction or their situation? As I mentioned a few months back, I don't think their new owners actually have the cash you and others made out that they did. Haven't made a single signing.
Have they lost anyone of note?
 

pantskyle

Happy to *INSERT*
Oct 1, 2007
120,629
114,905
Death Mountain
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Storm-Man Utd-Heart-Luton-Patriots
1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. Leicester
4. Spurs
5. Aston Villa
6. Leeds
7. Everton
8. Southampton
9. West ham
10. Arsenal
11. Wolves
12. Brighton
13. Brentford
14. Newcastle
15. Burnly
16. Crystal Palace
17. Norwich
18. Watford
19. Manchester City
20. Liverpool

To Get Promoted: Luton, Bournemouth, Fulham
FA Cup: Manchester United
League Cup: Leicester
Top Scorer: Kane
Best Transfer: Sancho
Worst Signing: Grealish
Champions League: PSG
Europa League: Chelsea
Europa Conference League: Spurs
1st Manager Sacked: Klopp
 

RowellAnderson12

Club Legend
Nov 4, 2019
2,052
2,575
AFL Club
Gold Coast
Other Teams
Liverpool, Pacers, Verstappen
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Chelsea
4. Manchester United
5. Leicester City
6. Tottenham
7. Aston Villa
8. Arsenal
9. Everton
10. Leeds United
11. West Ham United
12. Wolverhampton
13. Newcastle
14. Burnley
15. Brighton
16. Southampton
17. Crystal Palace
18. Brentford
19. Watford
20. Norwich
 

jod23

TheBrownDog
Apr 2, 2000
68,145
22,075
Perth, Australia
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Liverpool, Chicago Bulls.
1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. Leicester
4. Spurs

16. Crystal Palace
17. Norwich
18. Watford
19. Manchester City
20. Liverpool


Best Transfer: Sancho
Worst Signing: Grealish
Champions League: PSG
Europa League: Chelsea
Europa Conference League: Spurs
1st Manager Sacked: Klopp
This warms my heart, that everything that City have become since being taken over, yet you still hate us more.

Exactly the way it should be.

😍
 

jod23

TheBrownDog
Apr 2, 2000
68,145
22,075
Perth, Australia
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Liverpool, Chicago Bulls.
1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Liverpool
4. Manchester United
5. Leicester
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. Leeds
8. Aston Villa
9. Arsenal
10. West Ham
11. Everton
12. Wolves
13. Brighton
14. Burnley
15. Newcastle
16. Crystal Palace
17. Brentford
18. Southampton
19. Watford
20. Norwich
 

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Zidane98

Hall of Famer
Dec 22, 2009
46,204
20,953
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Hawthorn
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Socceroos, LFC, MVFC, RC Strasbourg
£100m plus a £60--70m rated player?

I would hope someone buys us a meal first.
Transfermarkt has his market value listed as 45m



It is no secret that he wants out. Spurs on the other hand have no interest in selling Kane so 100m + Laporte is entirely reasonable to ask for in exchange for Harry Kane. It's what I would be negotiating for if I were D.Levy.
 

jd2010

#ENICOut #SayersOut
Feb 1, 2010
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Tottenham Hotspur, Brentford FC
Transfermarkt has his market value listed as 45m



It is no secret that he wants out. Spurs on the other hand have no interest in selling Kane so 100m + Laporte is entirely reasonable to ask for in exchange for Harry Kane. It's what I would be negotiating for if I were D.Levy.
Problem with the steak knives will be wages. I'd love to get our hands on Laporte. But he is on probably 120-150k a week which would put him as our top earner and could mean we give out payrises to Son and Lloris and I doubt Levy wants that.

If we somehow manage to cap his wage below the top earners with City covering the cost then it could gain some real momentum from Levy. Could be a Treloar style you pick up the tab arrangement with Spurs paying him 100k a week and City the rest. If they want Kane that badly I'd be leaning towards that than straight shooting them down or asking for over 150m.
 

Jaymin

Premium Gold
Nov 8, 2002
12,496
1,878
Melbourne
AFL Club
Essendon
Other Teams
Leeds United FC
1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Man Utd
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. Arsenal
8. West Ham
9. Villa
10. Everton
11. Leeds
12. Wolves
13. Southampton
14. Burnley
15. Newcastle
16. Brighton
17. Brentford
18. Crystal Palace
19. Watford
20. Norwich
 

moomba

TheBrownDog
Oct 3, 2001
57,128
19,075
Timperley
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
Man City ****
Transfermarkt has his market value listed as 45m



It is no secret that he wants out. Spurs on the other hand have no interest in selling Kane so 100m + Laporte is entirely reasonable to ask for in exchange for Harry Kane. It's what I would be negotiating for if I were D.Levy.
Transfermarkt also has Harry Kane valued at £120m.
 

Zidane98

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Dec 22, 2009
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Transfermarkt also has Harry Kane valued at £120m.
Thats about spot on for Kanes value IMO. Spurs have no intention of selling him though and want to retain him. So it will take an offer far above his true value for them to let him go.

Whereas with you guys Pep has piblically said that he will be open to players leaving that want out.

£100m + Laporte would be a win for everyone (of Laporte can be convinced to join Spurs) and its not like you cant afford it.
 

Zidane98

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Dec 22, 2009
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Problem with the steak knives will be wages. I'd love to get our hands on Laporte. But he is on probably 120-150k a week which would put him as our top earner and could mean we give out payrises to Son and Lloris and I doubt Levy wants that.

If we somehow manage to cap his wage below the top earners with City covering the cost then it could gain some real momentum from Levy. Could be a Treloar style you pick up the tab arrangement with Spurs paying him 100k a week and City the rest. If they want Kane that badly I'd be leaning towards that than straight shooting them down or asking for over 150m.
Didn"t Son just ink a 190k / week new contract recently? Im sure Levy would find a way to fit Laporte in if he was open to it. 150k wages sounds inline with the top players for you guys which he would be one of.
 

moomba

TheBrownDog
Oct 3, 2001
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Thats about spot on for Kanes value IMO. Spurs have no intention of selling him though and want to retain him. So it will take an offer far above his true value for them to let him go.

Whereas with you guys Pep has piblically said that he will be open to players leaving that want out.

£100m + Laporte would be a win for everyone (of Laporte can be convinced to join Spurs) and its not like you cant afford it.
Like I said, I hope they buy us dinner first.
 

fumbler

Lazy, Very Very Lazy
Jun 28, 2012
32,801
32,841
Cairns
AFL Club
Richmond
Premier League:
  1. Manchester City
  2. Liverpool
  3. Chelsea
  4. Leicester City
  5. Manchester United
  6. Tottenham
  7. Aston Villa
  8. West Ham
  9. Arsenal
  10. Everton
  11. Brighton
  12. Leeds United
  13. Wolverhampton
  14. Southampton
  15. Norwich
  16. Brentford
  17. Crystal Palace
  18. Newcastle
  19. Burnley
  20. Watford



To Get Promoted:
QPR, Swansea City, WBA
FA Cup: Liverpool
League Cup: Manchester City
Community Shield: Leicester City
UEFA Super Cup: Chelsea
Club World Cup: Chelsea
Top Scorer: Harry Kane
Best Transfer: Danny Ings
Worst Signing: Yoane Wissa
Champions League: Barca
Europa League: Villarreal
Europa Conference League: ?
1st Manager Sacked: ?
 

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