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2011/2012 Season Table Predictions - All Leagues
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Considering the last one isn't really beng used. So in this thread you basically outline what you think the 2011-12 season table will look like, feel free to only put Top 6, 10 or whatever number you decide to pull out of your ass, or use bundesliga, la liga, eredivisie, serie a, what ever. Even MLS

Here are my biased ones.

1. Chelsea (If AVB brings in some decent people)
2. Man City
3. Man Utd
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. Everton
8. West Brom
9. Bolton
10. QPR
11. Newcastle
12. Aston Villa
13. Fulham
14. Stoke
15. Swansea
16. Blackburn
17. Wigan
18. Sunderland
19. Norwich
20. Wolverhampton

1. Real Madrid (unfortunately can't rid my head of biased, even reason can't deal with it)
2. Barcelona
3. Valencia
4. Villareal
5. Malaga
6. Espanyol

Bundesliga (Hardest, so competitive)

1. Bayern Munchen (they seem to be reinvigorating their defence)
2. Dortmund
3. Leverkusen
4. Hamburg (Damned Arensen)
Peteko 3 years ago
This is certainly not an easy year to predict. With City rising, with Liverpool finding back their form, with Chelsea in transition, Arsenal in possible (although not unavoidable) crisis, with the Spurs still chasing the top and with record-setting United which many wait to see going into a transitional fall, but are continuously proven wrong by SAF.

I will give myself some time before daring to predict anything
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
1. Manchester United
2. Manchester City
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. Everton
8. Bolton
9. Newcastle
10. West Brom
11. QPR
12. Fulham
13. Stoke
14. Aston Villa
15. Sunderland
16. Blackburn
17. Wolves
18. Swansea
19. Norwich
20. Wigan


ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Trying to be as unbiased as possible here.

1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. Man City
4. Liverpool
5. Tottenham
6. Arsenal
7. Bolton
8. Everton
9. Newcastle
10. Aston Villa
11. Fulham
12. Stoke
13. QPR
14. Sunderland
15. West Brom
16. Wolves
17. Wigan
18. Blackburn
19. Norwich
20. Swansea

I'll rethink after I've seen everybody play a match or two. Right now it's mostly a guess
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
You put Swansea in there 2wice. But I like your league table
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Oops, edited now
Sam6194 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Can't predict the whole table but, considering the last few weeks performances in premier league....

Manchester, chelsea and liverpool amongst title contenders and arsenal(if they bring in some experience they could be one of the tile contenders)tottenham, city to fight it out for 4, 5, 6 th spot....

Everton, villa next 7, 8th spots.... Can't be sure about villa cos they have already lost young, downing could be on his out....
Peteko 3 years ago
Seems to me that the general expectation here is Arsenal dropping from the Top 4
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
There's just so many good teams at the top now. I can easily see them dropping out if they don't properly strengthen or lose fabregas
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
I don't think it will start off like that, In fact I feel Arsenal wil lead the Chase but end up f*****g up and fall out. That's my thought tbh
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
I see Arsenal out side of the top 4 this season. I just see them dropping. If they do not do anything in the Market
Peteko 3 years ago
In my opinion, loosing Cesc would help Arsenal. They need a year zero moment to reboot the machine.
The best thing Dalglish did to Liverpool was giving them trust to play great without Gerrard. No club that depends that much on one player will succeed. Not to mention that someone who can't wait to leave is not captain material. A captain has only one team in his mind, the current one. Let the lad go
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
I do not think Arsenal are reliant on him. He gets injured to often. I think they can deal with him leaving. The thing is that they need to get a keeper a defender and a back up striker when RVP gets injured
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
I kinda think they are, Cesc is the one who spreads out the ball when he plays, he is good, but if I was a gooner, I'd prefer Ramsey, Wilshere, and Nasri then just Cesc spraying the balls
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Well Arsenal have Ramsey Wilshere and Nasri and they have proven Last year that they defos do not need Cesc. Didn't they beat United with out him. And wasnt Ramsey the one that scored. I really think they are not dependant on Cesc
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
That's pretty much what I just stated
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
But I'm saying they aint dependant your saying they are  
Tomthedon (Arsenal) 3 years ago
We are not dependant on Cesc. The fact that wenger seems so open to selling him shows his confidence in the ability of Wilshere/Ramsey/Nasri to fill the role. With that said we are consistently a top 4 year and I highly doubt this coming season will be any different
Kimaway17 (Liverpool) 3 years ago
I agree with you on the first part. But I feel this season will be a 3 horse race for 4th between us you and spurs. And I have a feeling that you will lose out. But lets wait and see
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Spanish league top six:    1. Barcelona  2. Real Madrid  3. Villarreal  4. Valencia  5. At. Madrid  6. Malaga
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Nahh, It can't be Barca and Madrid in top two again. The la liga is far too competitive for that
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Prem de la prem, f**k this is going to be tough

1.)Liverpool(can't choose anyone else, and I really believe we will win this year)
2.)Manchester United
3.)Chelsea
4.)Tottenham(see everyone has the same top four, thought I would change it up)
5.)Manchester City
6.)Arsenal
7.)Fulham
8.)Bolton
9.)Everton
10.)Sunderland
11.)Newcastle
12.)Villa
13.)Wolves
14.)QPR
15.)Stoke
16.)Blackburn
17.)West Brom
18.)Norwich
19.)Wigan
20.)Swansea

Had to shake it up a bit as always, will see if it plays out. Predictions aren't my forte I get too imaginative, we'll see how they play out though
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
I wish I could see Spurs on the top four ahead of City and Arsenal D:
Yamsy (Liverpool) 3 years ago
1- Liverpool (Yes.... Yes I just did.)
2- Chelsea
3- Man City
4- Man United
5- Arsenal
6- Tottenham
7- Everton
8- Sunderland
9- Stoke
10- Fulham
11- Newcastle
12- Bolton
13- Aston Villa
14- West Brom
15- Norwich
16- QPR
17- Blackburn
18- Swansea
19- Wigan
20- Wolves
Yamsy (Liverpool) 3 years ago
La Liga:
1- Barca
2- Real Madrid
3- Villarreal
4- Sevilla

Serie A:
1- A. [C.] Milan
2- Inter Milan
3- Juventus (Time to come back, Old Lady.)
4- Napoli

Bundesliga:
1- Dortmund (Do it again.)
2- Bayern Munchen
3- Schalke 04 (The Champions League misses you.)
4. Leverkusen

Ligue 1:
1- Marseille (Take back the crown.)
2- PSG (Winds of change.)
3- Lille
4. Lyon

Portuguese Liga:
1- Porto (Don't think much will change.)
2- Benfica
3- Braga
4- Sporting

Eredivisie:
1- PSV Eindhoven
2- Ajax
3- Twente
4- AZ Alkmaar

Championship:
1- West Ham United
2- Blackpool
3- Reading
4- Leeds
5- Birmingham
6- Nottingham Forrest

Scottish Premier League:
1- Rangers
2- Celtic
3- Hearts
4- Dundee
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
You've gone mad Yamsy, lol. In what dimension are Man Utd gonna' finish fourth? But it's good to see you around
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
The saying never write off ferguson is not true. With young, jones, and de gea, Utd look stronger than last season by a hefty amount, and last season people were like "Europa League", and they won the prem, reached the FA Cup semis, and champions league finals, Now they are stronger, and playing an incredible brand of football (read:community shield), I don't see them out of Top 3, let alone Top 2.

I better be careful though, I might soon be branded outta' the hatters club
Dcuduke (AC Milan) 3 years ago
Yamsy, I agree with you, except I believe Celtic takes the SPL, Ajax takes their league. As well as Bayern Munchen over Dortmund. I do like your Serie A list, perfect order. I do want to see Juventus top 3, but of course Rossoneri taking the scudetto
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 3 years ago
--Championship--

1. Nottinghan Forest (McLaren will do it)
2. Leicester City (Sven has to)
3. West Ham(Allardyce will just skim by)
4. Leeds
5. Cardiff
6. Reading
7. Leeds
8. Millwall
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Leeds squad is so deep, they actually play with two teams in the same league
Soccergal293 (Barcelona) 3 years ago
Premier League

1. Liverpool ()
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Manchester City
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. Everton

La Liga

1. Barcelona
2. Real Madrid
3. Valencia
4. Villarreal
5. Espanyol
6. Sevilla
7. At. Madrid

Bundesliga

1. Borussia Dortmund
2. Bayern Munich
3. Bayer Leerkusen
4. Schalke

Serie A

1. AC Milan
2. Inter Milan
3. Lazio
4. Juventus
5. Napoli
Jimmybreeze (Manchester United) 3 years ago
1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Chelsea
4. Arsenal
5. Liverpool
6. Tottenham
7. Everton
8. Bolton
9. Fulham
10. Aston Villa

It is far too difficult to predict a top 20, since it's way too early days. And it's pretty stupid. But I will ask, is there a prize for getting them right? Or a forfeit for the person who gets it the most wrong - like having to support a different team for a whole year
ManUK (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Oh no, they got to you...
Jimmybreeze (Manchester United) 3 years ago
I don't know man, I really don't know. I don't want to be biased, I see them finishing 2nd at least. And then of course it's Chelsea and us to decide who's having what. I don't know. I'm going to go lay down for a while
Braylann (CA Boca Juniors) 3 years ago
Premier League

1. ManU
2. Liverpool
3. Man City
4. Chelsea
5. Tottenham
6. Arsenal

La Liga

1. Barca
2. Real Madrid
3. Valencia
4. Espanol
5. Villareal
6. Bilbao

Serie A

1. Inter
2. Milan
3. Roma
4. Napoli
5. Lazio
6. Juventus

Ligue 1

1. OL
2. OM
3. Lille
4. PSG
5. Bordeaux/ St. Etienne
6. Bordeaux/ St. Etienne

Argentina Primera Apertura

1. CABJ




FootyRulz (Chelsea) 3 years ago
Getting kind of late so ill just do an EPL one for now.
1. Chelsea
2. Man utd
3. Man City
4. Arsenal
5. Liverpool
6. Spurs
7. Bolton
8. Everton
9. Newcastle
10. Fulham
11. Villa
12. Stoke
13. QPR
14. Sunderland
15. West Brom
16. Wolves
17. Blackburn
18. Norwich
19. Wigan
20. Swansea



   
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