2022/23 Predictions thread.

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Sep 7, 2008
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Premier League:
1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Spurs
5. United
6. Chelsea
7. West Ham
8. Newcastle
9. Wolves
10. Brighton
11. Aston Villa
12. Palace
13. Brentford
14. Leicester
15. Fulham
16. Leeds
17. Everton
18. Southampton
19. Forest
20. Bournemouth
To Get Promoted: Sheffield United, Norwich, West Brom
FA Cup: Liverpool
League Cup: Liverpool
Top Scorer: Kane
1st Manager Sacked: Frank
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: Lingard
Champions League: City
Europa League: Lazio
Europa Conference League: Villareal
Ligue 1: PSG
Serie A: Inter
Bundeliga: Bayern
La Liga: Madrid
World Cup: France
 
Dec 22, 2009
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Premier League

1. Spurs
2. Man City
3. Liverpool

4. Man Utd
5. Arsenal
6. Chelsea
7. West Ham

8. Newcastle
9. Villa
10. Forest
11. Palace
12. Wolves
13. Leicester
14. Soton
15. Brighton
16. Everton
17. Leeds
18. Brentford
19. Bournemouth

20. Fulham


To Get Promoted: Bristol, West Brom, Norwich
FA Cup: Arsenal
League Cup: Liverpool
Top Scorer: Haaland
1st Manager Sacked: Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: Jesus
Champions League: Bayern
Europa League: Spurs
Europa Conference League: Couldn't care less
Ligue 1: PSG
Serie A: Inter
Bundeliga: Dortmund
La Liga: Real Madrid
World Cup: France
 

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Premier League:
1.
Man City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Arsenal
5. Man Utd
6. Chelsea
7. Newcastle
8. West Ham
9. Leicester
10. Wolves
11. Brighton
12. Leeds
13. Villa
14. Palace
15. Everton
16. Brentford
17. Forest
18. Southampton
19. Fulham
20. Bournemouth
To Get Promoted: Norwich, Sheff Utd, Middlesbrough
FA Cup: Man City
League Cup: Spurs
Top Scorer: Salah
1st Manager Sacked: Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: ??? (will fill this soon)
Champions League:
Man City
Europa League: Sevilla
Europa Conference League: Atalanta
Ligue 1: PSG
Serie A:Inter Milan
Bundeliga: Bayern Munich
La Liga: Barcelona
World Cup: Brazil
 
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jd2010

Well done boys. Good process, carry on
Feb 1, 2010
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Premier League:
1.
Man City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Arsenal
5. Man United
6. Chelsea
7. Leicester
8. West Ham
9. Newcastle
10. Wolves
11. Aston Villa
12. Palace
13. Brentford
14. Brighton
15. Southampton
16. Fulham
17. Leeds
18. Everton
19. Forrest
20. Bournemouth
To Get Promoted: WBA, Sheff Utd, Norwich
FA Cup: Man City
League Cup: Spurs
Top Scorer: Kane
1st Manager Sacked: Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: Lisandro Martinez
Champions League: Bayern
Europa League: Spurs
Europa Conference League: Atalanta
Ligue 1: Is there more than 1 team in this league?
Serie A:
Juve
Bundeliga: Is there more than 1 team in this league?
La Liga:
Real Madrid
World Cup: Argentina
 
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Apr 2, 2000
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West Coast
Other Teams
Liverpool, Chicago Bulls.
Premier League:
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Tottenham
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. Manchester United
7. West Ham
8. Newcastle
9. Wolves
10. Aston Villa
11. Brighton
12. Crystal Palace
13. Southampton
14. Brentford
15. Leicester
16. Fulham
17. Nottingham Forest
18. Everton
19. Leeds
20. Bournemouth

To Get Promoted:
Norwich, Watford, Huddersfield
FA Cup:
Manchester City
League Cup:
Manchester City
Top Scorer:
Haaland
1st Manager Sacked: Frank Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing:
JLingz
Champions League:
Manchester City
Europa League:
Nobody Cares
Europa Conference League:
Nobody Definitely Cares
Ligue 1:
P$G
Serie A:
AC Milan
Bundeliga:
Union Berlin.... jks... Bayern.
La Liga:
Real Madrid
World Cup:
Not England
 
Premier League:
1. Man City
2. Spurs
3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea
5. Man United
6. Arsenal
7. West Ham
8. Newcastle
9. Brighton
10. Leicester
11. Aston Villa
12. Crystal Palace
13. Wolves
14. Everton
15. Brentford
16. Nottingham Forest
17. Southampton
18. Fulham
19. Leeds
20. Bournemouth

To Get Promoted: Blackburn, Norwich, Luton Town
FA Cup: Man City
League Cup: Man City
Top Scorer: Haaland
1st Manager Sacked: Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: Zinchenko
Champions League: Man City
Europa League: Man United
Europa Conference League: Anderlecht
Ligue 1: PSG
Serie A: Inter
Bundeliga: Bayern
La Liga: Real Madrid
World Cup: Portugal
 
Apr 2, 2000
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Liverpool, Chicago Bulls.
Premier League:
1. Man City
2. Spurs
3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea
5. Man United
6. Arsenal
7. West Ham
8. Newcastle
9. Brighton
10. Leicester
11. Aston Villa
12. Crystal Palace
13. Wolves
14. Everton
15. Brentford
16. Nottingham Forest
17. Southampton
18. Fulham
19. Leeds
20. Bournemouth

To Get Promoted: Blackburn, Norwich, Luton Town
FA Cup: Man City
League Cup: Man City
Top Scorer: Haaland
1st Manager Sacked: Lampard
Best Transfer: Haaland
Worst Signing: Zinchenko
Champions League: Man City
Europa League: Man United
Europa Conference League: Anderlecht
Ligue 1: PSG
Serie A: Inter
Bundeliga: Bayern
La Liga: Real Madrid
World Cup: Portugal
Genuinely interested in what makes you think Spurs will bridge a 21 point gap Ross and finish ahead of us?
 
Genuinely interested in what makes you think Spurs will bridge a 21 point gap Ross and finish ahead of us?
I don't think Spurs will get 21 extra points, I think we might meet in the middle and both get 80+ points. 90+ point seasons are simply insane to keep up.
 
Apr 2, 2000
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I don't think Spurs will get 21 extra points, I think we might meet in the middle and both get 80+ points. 90+ point seasons are simply insane to keep up.
We've had 90+ three of the past four seasons. Same player group with a few differences and the same manager. I dont think we win the league but I think we challenge City and finish 2nd pretty comfortably.
 
Sep 5, 2014
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Genuinely interested in what makes you think Spurs will bridge a 21 point gap Ross and finish ahead of us?
They've got Harry Kane upfront. You've got the Uruguayan farmer version of Andy Carroll.
 

jd2010

Well done boys. Good process, carry on
Feb 1, 2010
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Genuinely interested in what makes you think Spurs will bridge a 21 point gap Ross and finish ahead of us?
You make it sound like that sort of gap has never been made up before. Forgetting you did it a few years earlier.

I don't think we will bridge the entire 21 point gap but do see it closing to less than 10
 

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Apr 2, 2000
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You make it sound like that sort of gap has never been made up before. Forgetting you did it a few years earlier.

I don't think we will bridge the entire 21 point gap but do see it closing to less than 10
I think both City and us will get 90+ again so if you think Spurs can improve to 80+ then fair enough. I doubt it though.

I still think there is a large gap between City and Liverpool and the rest.
 
Oct 5, 2007
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Is there a thread anywhere where Jodly doesn’t act like a tool.

Do your own prediction Jod and put us wherever you like. Getting all precious because a team is put above your sacred Liverpool is just a bit sad.
Agree, calm down Jod😛.

Spurs have a good squad and a manager who's won as many Prem titles as Klopp. It's not outrageous they'll close the gap.

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Apr 2, 2000
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I dont think I needed to calm down or that I was precious.

I mean it was a pretty level headed reasonable discussion. Ross said he thinks Liverpool will go backwards and Spurs will go forwards and meet in the middle and Spurs will finish 2nd. I disagreed and said I think there will still be a gap between Liverpool/City and the rest.

That was basically it.

Haha.

But BigFooty gotta BigFooty amirite.
 
Dec 22, 2009
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Yeah I don't see the need to gang up on Jod. This is a discussion forum and he is allowed to have his opinion (which he gives good reasons for expressing)


Personally I believe this may be Spurs' season for a number of reasons:


  • Conte wins titles in his second season at wherever he goes. He is a top class manager
  • Spurs have had a huge transfer window
  • There's some minor transition at Liverpool / City
  • Kane & Son aren't getting any younger. Can see them both putting a huge season in while they are still at the top of their games.

For me all these factors lining up could see Spurs winning the title this season.
 
Premier League:
1.
Liverpool
2. Manchester City
3. Chelsea
4. Tottenham
5. Arsenal
6. West Ham United
7. Manchester United
8. Crystal Palace
9. Leicester City
10. Wolverhampton
11. Newcastle
12. Southampton
13. Fulham
14. Everton
15. Brighton
16. Leeds United
17. AFC Bournemouth
18. Nottingham Forest
19. Aston Villa
20. Brentford

And England’s Premier League, League Two::)
1.
Northampton
2. Mansfield
3. Swindon Town
4. Gillingham
5. Leyton Orient
6. Doncaster
7. Bradford City
8. Carlisle United
9. Salford
10. AFC Wimbledon
11. Crewe
12. Newport County
13. Colchester
14. Stockport
15. Tranmere
16. Walsall
17. Crawley Town
18. Grimsby Town
19. Sutton United
20. Barrow
21. Hartlepool
22. Rochdale
23. Harrogate
24. Stevenage Borough

To Get Promoted: Blackburn, Norwich City & Swansea City
FA Cup: Liverpool
League Cup: Liverpool
Top Scorer: Mo Salah (Liverpool)
1st Manager Sacked: Thomas Frank
Best Transfer: Darwin Nunez
Worst Signing: Lisandro Martínez
Champions League: Liverpool
Europa League: Roma
Europa Conference League: Fiorentina
Ligue 1: Olympique de Marseille
Serie A: AC Milan
Bundeliga: Bayern Munich
La Liga: Real Madrid

World Cup: France
 
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Jun 18, 2014
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1 Liverpool
2 Man City
3 Chelsea
4 Man United
5 Tottenham
6 Arsenal
7 Leicester
8 Aston Villa
9 West Ham
10 Wolves
11 Newcastle
12 Brighton
13 Everton
14 Crystal Palace
15 Fulham
16 Nottingham Forest
17 Leeds United
18 Brentford
19 Southampton
20 Bournemouth

To Get Promoted: Watford, Middlesbrough, QPR
FA Cup: Tottenham
League Cup:
Tottenham
Top Scorer:
Salah
1st Manager Sacked: Eddie Howe
Best Transfer: Sterling
Worst Signing:
Jesus
Champions League:
Man City
Europa League:
Sevilla
World Cup:
England
 
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