Next season's competition
#1
Early days I know but who fancies what?

From the 3 coming down I think Cardiff will do the best. Colin is staying on another season and they won't lose many players. They will be up there for sure.

Remains to be seen what state Fulham will be in after spunking £100m last season and I'm not sure what to make of Hudds and their young German boss. They didn't spend much and I'd expect them to be up there.

Of the rest Leeds will be strong if Bielsa stays.

It'll be another tough season for sure.
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#2
Targets:
1. 50 points and safety
2. 75 points and playoffs
3. 90 points and automatical
Same as this year
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#3
To be honest mate trying to work out anything for the Chump is pointless.

Just imagine the odds you would have got for Norwich & Sheffield Utd being the top two this season.
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#4
(05-17-2019, 06:42 AM)Supamart Wrote: To be honest mate trying to work out anything for the Chump is pointless.

Just imagine the odds you would have got for Norwich & Sheffield Utd being the top two this season.

This. Plus nobody has any idea how any squad will look yet. Far to early to discuss.
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#5
(05-17-2019, 06:42 AM)Supamart Wrote: To be honest mate trying to work out anything for the Chump is pointless.

Just imagine the odds you would have got for Norwich & Sheffield Utd being the top two this season.

And favourites Stoke finishing 16th.
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#6
(05-17-2019, 05:49 AM)Peachy Wrote: Early days I know but who fancies what?

From the 3 coming down I think Cardiff will do the best. Colin is staying on another season and they won't lose many players. They will be up there for sure.

Remains to be seen what state Fulham will be in after spunking £100m last season and I'm not sure what to make of Hudds and their young German boss. They didn't spend much and I'd expect them to be up there.

Of the rest Leeds will be strong if Bielsa stays.

It'll be another tough season for sure.

Best bet is to probably look at the table in March 2020!
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#7
Villa will sign another couple of refs and bee lucky in the loan market.

Swans have consolidated and could be a force.

Sunderland wouldnt be the first prem team to drop into league one and then bounce back with momentum.
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