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Post by sportform on 15/08/12, 04:21 pm

1) Aston Villa will finish higher than Liverpool
2) Fernando Torres will score over 20 goals
3) Tottenham will win a trophy
4) Blackburn Rovers will win the Championship
5) Southampton will be the highest finishing promoted club.
6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
7) Sam Allardyce will be replaced as West Ham manager by Paolo Di Canio
8) Adam Lallana will win a Player of the Month Award
9) An English club will win the Champions League
10) There will be a £20m plus transfer announced after the closing of the transfer window
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Post by two_tone on 15/08/12, 04:48 pm

1) Aston Villa will finish higher than Liverpool - Nope
2) Fernando Torres will score over 20 goals - Yep
3) Tottenham will win a trophy - Final, won't win though
4) Blackburn Rovers will win the Championship - Nope
5) Southampton will be the highest finishing promoted club - Nope
6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad - Nope
7) Sam Allardyce will be replaced as West Ham manager by Paolo Di Canio -Hopefully - he reminds me of an Italian Holloway
8) Adam Lallana will win a Player of the Month Award - Nope
9) An English club will win the Champions League - Nope
10) There will be a £20m plus transfer announced after the closing of the transfer window - Van Persie at this rate

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Post by westisbest on 15/08/12, 05:12 pm

1 - Maybe not, lets hop so, if Liverpool finish in a good position that is.
2 - Think he will
3 - Dont think so.
4 - Yes, will put some money on that.
5 - No. Actually think they will go down.
6 - who
7 - Cn see that happening.
8 - No
9 - Yes
10 - agree

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Post by Crimey on 15/08/12, 05:28 pm

1) Aston Villa will finish higher than Liverpool

I don't think so. I see them finishing in that midtable area where the points between 10th and 15th are very little. Paul Lambert will improve each year though.

2) Fernando Torres will score over 20 goals

I don't think so. I think he'll lose his place in the side after a loss of confidence and Chelsea will play with a load of attacking midfielders.

3) Tottenham will win a trophy

I can see them having a decent cup run in the FA Cup or Capital One Cup, but I can see a lot of clubs doing that as well.

4) Blackburn Rovers will win the Championship

Certainly possible, I can see Kean getting sacked early on and the new manager do well.

5) Southampton will be the highest finishing promoted club.

I'm not sure about this, I think West Ham will finish highest, I see Southampton being relegated or at least in the relegation fight.

6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad

Not a chance (coming from a Liverpool fan), he's far too raw to get called up. I can see this being the year that he breaks into the Liverpool first team especially if Rodgers doesn't sign another winger, he can easily get Cole's place.

7) Sam Allardyce will be replaced as West Ham manager by Paolo Di Canio

I think Sam Allardyce is seen as unpopular at West Ham because of his style but will be too successful to get rid of. I think they'll finish comfortably midtable and they won't get rid because of the stability he brings.

8) Adam Lallana will win a Player of the Month Award

Certainly possible, probably in the earlier months when Southampton catch people by surprise.

9) An English club will win the Champions League

I don't think so. Chelsea will not get the same luck two years in a row, Arsenal are not strong enough to challenge in Europe, Manchester United will fall either at the group stages or last 16. I think Manchester City will falter the moment they face a big club like Real Madrid, Barcelona or Bayern Munich. They don't have enough European experience just yet.

10) There will be a £20m plus transfer announced after the closing of the transfer window

No, I think this window will be surprisingly quiet in England and we won't see a dramatic deadline day.

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Post by Crimey on 15/08/12, 05:31 pm

My own bold predictions:

1. Robin Van Persie will stay at Arsenal and fail to score more than 15 goals.
2. Chelsea will start without a recognised striker at least once this season.
3. Wigan will have another dramatic escape.
4. Steve Clarke will manage to keep West Brom in a similar position to last year.
5. Roberto Di Matteo will be the first manager sacked.
6. Andre Villas-Boas will fall out with a major player at Tottenham.
7. Wayne Rooney will have a major fall out with Sir Alex Ferguson.
8. Michael Owen will be signed and score at least 10 goals.
9. Papiss Demba Cisse won't score 15 goals.
10. At Christmas the top four will be: 1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester City
4. Liverpool

but by the end it will be:

1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester United
4. Tottenham

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Post by compelling and rich on 15/08/12, 06:14 pm

1. i doubt it expecting better from villa and not much from liverpool but still expect liverpool to finish above them

2. agreed, i see him as chelseas only striker and imo will be a starter most games

3. uefas a chance if they take it seriously and league cup aswell. no major trophies though

4. very unlikely imo, in fact my own bold prediction is there more likely to be relagated. thier club is a mess and they have signed a load of players from other countries with no championship experience at all. the fans will be on the clubs back straight from the get go until kean goes by which time the slippery slope might be too far down

5. think west ham are my bet with big sam, im expecting all to do ok. expecting second season to really affect swansea and norwich with thier new managers.

the rest not much of opinion either way, city would be the favourites out of the english league to win champions league, uniyed will do better and chelsea are a complete unknown with all thier new players.

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Post by compelling and rich on 15/08/12, 06:18 pm

ok will throw a few out myself

1. everton to finish above liverpool
2. norwich, swansea and reading to be relegated
3. top four in order- city, united, chelsea and arsenal (not that bold i know)
4. blackburn to be relegated
5. united to miss out on rvp with him going city

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Post by compelling and rich on 15/08/12, 07:28 pm

please ignore number 5 picard and at the same time Yahoo

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Post by Kay Fabe on 16/08/12, 02:31 am

1. Everton will win a trophy
2. Everton will finish above Liverpool
3. Fernando Torress will score 25+ goals in all comps
4. Arsenal will make a 'major' signing with the RVP money
5. Manchester United will win the 2012/13 Premier League
6. Steve Kean will KEEP his job and win promotion
7. Harry Redknapp will end the season as West Ham manager
8. Luis Suarez will win one of the Footballer of the Year awards
9. Top Four - Man Utd, Man City Chelsea Arsenal
10. Bottom Three - Norwich, Reading, Southampton

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Post by liverbnz on 16/08/12, 10:57 am

[quote="sportsville"]

1) Aston Villa will finish higher than Liverpool
Unlikely, although I think Villa are in much better hands now than they were last season.

2) Fernando Torres will score over 20 goals
In all comps yes, in the PL no.

3) Tottenham will win a trophy
Unlikley. I think the loss of Modric will be massive for them and AVB could go either way.

4) Blackburn Rovers will win the Championship
Possibly if Kean gets sacked early doors.

5) Southampton will be the highest finishing promoted club.
I think it will be Wimbledon West Ham.

6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
I hope not.

7) Sam Allardyce will be replaced as West Ham manager by Paolo Di Canio
Would be funny, but no.

8) Adam Lallana will win a Player of the Month Award
ok

9) An English club will win the Champions League
Man City are the most likely, but I think their dressing room is a ticking time bomb that could derail their entire season. Man United are still too weak in midfield. RdM will get sacked at some stage during the season. Arsenal will capitulate to one of the big boys.

10) There will be a £20m plus transfer announced after the closing of the transfer window
Possibly, I just hope it's not Daniel Agger.

Some of my own.

1) Everton will finish ahead of Spurs.
2) RdM will be sacked before March.
3) Rooney will outscore RVP
4) West Ham will be in the top 12.

Can't think of 10 Smile


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Post by The Special Juan on 16/08/12, 11:04 am

My bold predictions:

1. Wayne Rooney will score at least 1 goal
2. Arsene Wenger will say "I didn't see it" at least once
3. Brendan Rogers will sign another player


drumroll (Bold. Get it? Bold )

Seriously though, I don't think Di Matteo will last until next season.

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Post by JDizzle on 16/08/12, 11:09 am

1) City to win the League by about 10 points.
2) Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs all finish the season with a different manager to who they started with.
3) RVP to spend most of his time on the bench or injured.

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Post by super_realist on 16/08/12, 11:09 am

Liverpool will continue to live in the past and still consider themselves a big team.

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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 16/08/12, 11:20 am

super_realist wrote:Liverpool will continue to live in the past and still consider themselves a big team.

Not sure thats really a BOLD prediction

More like Liverpool fans won't continue to live in the past and will get Champions League football this season.

That would have been funnier thumbsup

Prediction

Liverpool to qualify for the Champions League
Van Persie to get a injury and be out for at least 3 months

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Post by GSC on 16/08/12, 11:21 am

sportsville wrote:1) Aston Villa will finish higher than Liverpool No
2) Fernando Torres will score over 20 goals Yes
3) Tottenham will win a trophy Yes
4) Blackburn Rovers will win the Championship No
5) Southampton will be the highest finishing promoted club. No, relegated
6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad No
7) Sam Allardyce will be replaced as West Ham manager by Paolo Di Canio No
8) Adam Lallana will win a Player of the Month Award No
9) An English club will win the Champions League No
10) There will be a £20m plus transfer announced after the closing of the transfer window No
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Post by Josiah Maiestas on 16/08/12, 12:20 pm

Van Persie to get a injury and be out for at least 3 months
Liverpool fan still thinking about Man U...

Surely Everton and Stoke are more on your level?
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Post by alanqlm on 16/08/12, 12:41 pm

1. Torres will be one of the top 3 scorers in Premier league
2. Swansea, Reading and Wigan (finally) to get relegated.
3. Newcastle to finish outside the top 8
4. Qpr to finish top 10
5. Carlos Tevez to be Man City's top goalscorer (probably EPL topscorer too)
6. Joey Barton to come back from suspension and not have another one all season.
7. Di Matteo to be 1st manager sacked (think somebody already said that but I agree.)
8. Samir Nasri to be leagues top scoring midfielder.
9. Liverpool to finish in top 4
10. Last and probably most unlkely... Theo Walcott to outscore RVP.

Be interested to hear peoples views

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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 16/08/12, 01:03 pm

Josiah Maiestas wrote:
Van Persie to get a injury and be out for at least 3 months
Liverpool fan still thinking about Man U...

Surely Everton and Stoke are more on your level?

Laugh Sorry am not a bitter fan. I know our limitations but we are ahead of Everton and Stoke

The stats don't bode well for Van Persie.

One complete season uninjured in 8? Paying £24mill for a injury prone 29 year old with one year left on his contract? Think Sir Alex is taking a big gamble.

He is a quality player when on song though but will he stay clear from injury? Only time will tell.

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Post by Josiah Maiestas on 16/08/12, 01:53 pm

Predicting injury on a player is a bit lame..

makes more sense to predict Suarez will cause problems and demand a transfer to a better club. OK
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Post by Guest on 16/08/12, 01:57 pm

Josiah Maiestas wrote:Predicting injury on a player is a bit lame..

makes more sense to predict Suarez will cause problems and demand a transfer to a better club. OK

Do you ever have a day off?

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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 16/08/12, 02:02 pm

Josiah Maiestas wrote:Predicting injury on a player is a bit lame..

makes more sense to predict Suarez will cause problems and demand a transfer to a better club. OK

Yer, especially after just signing a 5 year contract.

How is lame when you have a record like this:
Groin Strain 2012 February 29th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2011 August 7th
Knee Injury 2011 February 28th
Hamstring Injury 2011 February 22nd
Ankle/Foot Injury 2010 August 28th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2010 June 1st
Sprained Ankle 2009 November 14th
Knee Injury 2009 September 13th
Groin Strain 2009 April 18th
Groin Strain 2009 March 30th
Hamstring Injury 2008 October 6th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2008 August 31st
Thigh Muscle Strain 2008 May 2nd
Thigh Muscle Strain 2008 April 4th
Thigh Muscle Strain 2008 January 11th
Thigh Muscle Strain 2007 December 24th
Knee Injury 2007 October 18th
Metatarsal Fracture 2007 January 22nd
Ankle/Foot Injury 2006 November 19th
Hip/Thigh Injury 2006 September 14th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2006 February 10th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2005 December 22nd
Knee Injury 2005 October 17th
Ankle/Foot Injury 2005 February 5th
Sprained Ankle 2004 November 26th
Sprained Ankle 2004 August 27th

I dont even think the bookies would even take a bet on him being injured Laugh

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Post by Josiah Maiestas on 16/08/12, 02:07 pm

£20 million for Downing or £22 million for Van Persie... hmmm. Wink
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Post by Guest on 16/08/12, 02:51 pm

Here's mine

1 - Fernando Torres will win the golden boot.

2 - Steve Clarke will be sacked by Christmas.

3 - AVB will replicate his Chelsea form and undo all of Harry Redknapps good work.

4 - Liverpool will be booed off the field at Anfield within 8 games.

5 - Swansea will finish rock bottom.

6 - Wigan will go into the last fortnight of the season safe from relegation.

7 - Man City will lose at least three home games.

8 - Mark Hughes' smugness will reach an all time high.

9 - Arsenal will keep fewer than 7 clean sheets.

10 - Wayne Rooney's hair laser treatment will fail...can't get any balder than that.




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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 16/08/12, 02:53 pm

Josiah Maiestas wrote:£20 million for Downing or £22 million for Van Persie... hmmm. Wink

£24 mill for Van Persie Smile

Who also had only one year left on his contract

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Post by The Special Juan on 16/08/12, 03:10 pm

"8 - Mark Hughes' smugness will reach an all time high."

How do you measure smugness? Is there a smug-o-meter? Or do you just hold a picture of his face up against pictures of other people ranging from the Pope (not smug) to Cristiano Ronaldo (extremely smug)? Anyway, I agree with that point.
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Post by Guest on 16/08/12, 03:17 pm

The Special Juan wrote:"8 - Mark Hughes' smugness will reach an all time high."

How do you measure smugness? Is there a smug-o-meter? Or do you just hold a picture of his face up against pictures of other people ranging from the Pope (not smug) to Cristiano Ronaldo (extremely smug)? Anyway, I agree with that point.

No idea Juan but where smugness is concerned Hughes is the benchmark.

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Post by The Special Juan on 16/08/12, 03:23 pm

Laugh He is indeed. "QPR won't go down under me" or something. What a guy. I hope their team of overpaid journeymen will. That's my prediciton.
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Post by Guest on 16/08/12, 03:31 pm

The Special Juan wrote:Laugh He is indeed. "QPR won't go down under me" or something. What a guy. I hope their team of overpaid journeymen will. That's my prediciton.

He said "we will never be in this position again while I'm in charge" or something along them lines. What he should of done was thank Neil Warnock for their 3 away wins that made a world of difference in keeping them up. Hughes lost all but one away game by the way.

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Post by sportform on 10/09/12, 03:07 pm

sportsville wrote:6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
I hate to say I told you so...
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Post by Guest on 10/09/12, 05:32 pm

FreekShow wrote:Here's mine

2 - Steve Clarke will be sacked by Christmas.

5 - Swansea will finish rock bottom.

9 - Arsenal will keep fewer than 7 clean sheets.


I'll get my coat..

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Post by GG on 10/09/12, 11:08 pm

sportsville wrote:
sportsville wrote:6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
I hate to say I told you so...

Credit where it's due clap

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Post by westisbest on 11/09/12, 07:54 am

And after a whopping 3 games played, its good to see number 1 being correct.

So far so good.

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Post by TopHat24/7 on 11/09/12, 09:53 am

GG wrote:
sportsville wrote:
sportsville wrote:6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
I hate to say I told you so...

Credit where it's due clap

Desperation measure more than merit though, took a couple of injuries for it to happen.

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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 19/11/12, 09:45 pm

TopHat24/7 wrote:
GG wrote:
sportsville wrote:
sportsville wrote:6) Raheem Sterling will be called up to the England squad
I hate to say I told you so...

Credit where it's due clap

Desperation measure more than merit though, took a couple of injuries for it to happen.

I would say on merit now

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Post by Crimey on 20/11/12, 09:26 pm

2. Chelsea will start without a recognised striker at least once this season.

Got this right tonight.

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Post by The Special Juan on 20/11/12, 09:42 pm

Thanks for digging this up Crimey. We might be right about RDM if Chelsea fall in the group stages.
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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 20/11/12, 10:29 pm

You could even say Villas Boas has fell out with Loris

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Post by Crimey on 21/11/12, 09:16 am

5. Roberto Di Matteo will be the first manager sacked.

Got this right as well.

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Post by Soldier_Of_Fortune on 21/11/12, 10:27 am

Your on a roll Crimey!

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Post by Crimey on 21/11/12, 11:16 am

The ones that have already been quashed, or I don't think I'll get any more are:

1. Robin Van Persie will stay at Arsenal and fail to score more than 15 goals.
8. Michael Owen will be signed and score at least 10 goals.
10. At Christmas the top four will be: 1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester City
4. Liverpool

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Post by liverbnz on 21/11/12, 11:22 am

If you could give us tonight's lotto numbers just in case there Crimey. Smile

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Post by Mat on 21/11/12, 12:11 pm

You were wrong about Steve Clarke though Crimey. We are in a much higher position than last year Wink

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Post by Crimey on 21/11/12, 01:15 pm

Mat wrote:You were wrong about Steve Clarke though Crimey. We are in a much higher position than last year Wink

Wait until the end of the season, I think you'll be in a similar position to last year, which I think is a good thing considering Steve Clarke is a totally new manager, who has taken over a club notorious for bouncing between the top two divisions, and has taken over a massively popular figure.

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Post by compelling and rich on 22/05/13, 07:54 pm

compelling and rich wrote:ok will throw a few out myself

1. everton to finish above liverpool
2. norwich, swansea and reading to be relegated
3. top four in order- city, united, chelsea and arsenal (not that bold i know)
4. blackburn to be relegated
5. united to miss out on rvp with him going city

1 was right and got the top four right in wrong order. so close with blackburn which would have been a massive shout. they were right down there at the end, in the end it was wolves who did the double drop. couldnt been more wrong about swansea!!

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Post by Crimey on 22/05/13, 08:32 pm

4. Steve Clarke will manage to keep West Brom in a similar position to last year.
7. Wayne Rooney will have a major fall out with Sir Alex Ferguson.
9. Papiss Demba Cisse won't score 15 goals.

They were my best predictions.

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Post by Guest on 22/05/13, 08:45 pm

I had a shocker. Roll on next season!

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Post by compelling and rich on 22/05/13, 08:47 pm

few predicting rvps demise were terribly wrong aswell

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Post by PPVxHOTTY on 23/05/13, 12:10 am

Falcao to go Chelsea with Torres going back to Atletico Madrid!!!

Ronaldo to move to some Arab or MLS team!!!

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Post by Crimey on 23/05/13, 12:25 am

FreekShow wrote:I had a shocker. Roll on next season!

Was 9 right?

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Post by Kay Fabe on 23/05/13, 03:03 pm

Kay Fabe wrote:
2. Everton will finish above Liverpool
3. Fernando Torress will score 25+ goals in all comps
5. Manchester United will win the 2012/13 Premier League
8. Luis Suarez will win one of the Footballer of the Year awards
9. Top Four - Man Utd, Man City Chelsea Arsenal

Those were my best predictions...Torres got 23 not 25 but thats a bih improvement and I honestly believe Suarez would have won a Player of the Year award if it wasnt for the ridiculous biting incident

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