2019/20 Premier League season

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How we do is probably going to depend on our recruitment over the summer, but seeing as Webber and Farke have done excellently on that front so far I trust that they'll get it right even if they don't spend big money.

As tough as the Premier League now is, I'd like to think we can stay up, as the football we've been playing should be much more suited to a league where teams aren't trying to kick our creative players off the park.
 

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Probabluly finish midtable and get knocked out of the Europa League by Cardiff Met Uni.
1. Man City
2. Spurs
3. Man Utd
4. Liverpool
5. Newcastle
6. Chelsea
7. Everton
8. Arsenal
9. Leicester
10. Palace
11. Wolves
12. West Ham
13. Bournemouth
14. Norwich
15. Watford
16. Villa
17. Sheffield Utd
18. Burnley
19. Southampton
20. Brighton

Edited to remove Burnley's sneaky attempt to stay in the PL. Then changed two others around.
 
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1. Man City
2. Spurs
3. Man Utd
4. Liverpool
5. Newcastle
6. Chelsea
7. Everton
8. Arsenal
9. Leicester
10. Palace
11. Wolves
12. Bournemouth
13. Norwich
14. Burnley
15. Watford
16. Villa
17. Sheffield Utd
18. Burnley
19. Southampton
20. Brighton
You’ve got Burnley twice.
 

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I think Leicester have a better midfield and defence than Arsenal and United. If they can get some goalscoring wide forwards they could at least challenge for fourth next season.
 

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Be the same top 4 I think actually unless Arsenal and Man U really improve.

Tight as ever for the rest.
 

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I think Leicester have a better midfield and defence than Arsenal and United. If they can get some goalscoring wide forwards they could at least challenge for fourth next season.
Been linked with Andros Townsend, not sure he's what they need, but then my opinion is on a lower scale than Brendan Rodgers'

I was very surprised they didn't go in for Patrick Roberts, he done v well under BR across the border.
 

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Been linked with Andros Townsend, not sure he's what they need, but then my opinion is on a lower scale than Brendan Rodgers'

I was very surprised they didn't go in for Patrick Roberts, he done v well under BR across the border.
I think Roberts might struggle in the Premier League. I'm not sure he has the pace or physicality for it.
 

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I think Roberts might struggle in the Premier League. I'm not sure he has the pace or physicality for it.
It'll be interested to see, and long overdue. The guy had bags of potential, he may still but I've not seen him since his Celtic days. He needs to get his career back on track though.

He'd definitely fit better at Leicester than at Norwich, mainly due to the simple fact that Leicester won't be getting penned into their own half all season. I can see Roberts being a disaster for any relegation threatened side.
 

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Top 2 will be way ahead again of the rest, Chelsea gonna lose hazard and cant sign no one, personally fancy Leicester and wolves to challenge for 3rd and 4th. Norwich bottom , Brighton 2nd bottom and hopefully some other fuckers 3rd bottom other than us.
 

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We won't finish bottom. We may have the lowest budget, but our squad finished five points clear of Sheffield United for good reason.

That's not to say we won't struggle, as we obviously will after promotion, but I will confidently say that we won't finish below Sheffield United next season.

As for Patrick Roberts, I can't say I know much about him but his recent record with injuries is mildly concerning. But, it does show that we're not looking to change our attacking approach too much next season, which is vastly preferable to how we regressed under Chris Hughton or how Alex Neil gave up on his attacking style in our last Prem campaign.
 

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Top 2 will be way ahead again of the rest, Chelsea gonna lose hazard and cant sign no one, personally fancy Leicester and wolves to challenge for 3rd and 4th. Norwich bottom , Brighton 2nd bottom and hopefully some other fuckers 3rd bottom other than us.
Chelsea will probably appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and be able to sign players in the summer while it's looked at.
 

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