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Norwich scoring

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Didn't look our sharpest despite the four goals but still a solid, vintage Liverpool performance. Firmino should've had a goal, Salah should've had at least another. Oh well, it'll come. Really happy with Origi's contributions today. He's going to need to keep that up since we didn't sign anyone to rotate with the front 3.

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post #24 of 314 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 08:04 AM
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A day late but fuck it.

1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Arsenal
5. Chelsea
6. Everton
7. United
8. Leicester
9. Watford
10. West Ham
11. Wolves
12. Bournemouth
13. Burnley
14. Southampton
15. Crystal Palace
16. Aston Villa
17. Sheffield United
18. Newcastle
19. Brighton
20. Norwich

POTY: Kevin De Bruyne
Golden Boot: Sergio Aguero
Best new signing: Tom Heaton
Worst new signing: Christian Pulisic
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A day late but fuck it.

1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Arsenal
5. Chelsea
6. Everton
7. United
8. Leicester
9. Watford
10. West Ham
11. Wolves
12. Bournemouth
13. Burnley
14. Southampton
15. Crystal Palace
16. Aston Villa
17. Sheffield United
18. Newcastle
19. Brighton
20. Norwich

POTY: Kevin De Bruyne
Golden Boot: Sergio Aguero
Best new signing: Tom Heaton
Worst new signing: Christian Pulisic
Everton above United? Watford above Wolves? Pretty bold.

1. City
2. Spurs
3. Liverpool
4. Arsenal
5. United
6. Chelsea
7. Wolves
8. Everton
9. Leicester
10. West Ham
11. Villa
12. Bournemouth
13. Watford
14. Palace
15. Southampton
16. Norwich
17. Burnley
18. Newcastle
19. Brighton
20. Sheff Utd

POTY: Sterling
Golden Boot: Kane
Best new signing: Ndombele
Worst new signing: Joelinton

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post #26 of 314 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 08:16 AM
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I'm gonna be boring and stick with the same top 6.

Really hard to split 4th/5th and I think any 3 of that bottom 5 could go down.

1. Man City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. Man Utd
7. Leicester
8. Everton
9. Wolves
10. West Ham
11. Watford
12. Southampton
13. Aston Villa
14. Bournemouth
15. Crystal Palace
16. Newcastle
17. Sheffield United
18. Burnley
19. Norwich
20. Brighton

POTY: Kevin De Bruyne
Golden Boot: Sergio Aguero
Best new signing: Giovani Lo Celso
Worst new signing: David Luiz

I had a hard time putting GLC ahead of Rodri for best signing, as I think Rodri could well have better immediate impact, but long term Lo Celso is the real deal.

The other signing I can see bombing is Newcastle's record-fee striker, because it would be classic Ashley.

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Will give this a try...

1) Man City - Expect the same as last season, plus they've strengthened their squad.
2) Liverpool - Can see them finishing 2nd again, don't think they'll get as close to Man City as they did last season though.
3) Spurs - They have a much stronger midfield this season, wouldn't be surprised if they push hard for second.
4) Arsenal - Had a good window, their front three will be frightening, still not sure on their defence though.
5) Man Utd - Of course their defence looks better, their forward players need to start doing the business though.
6) Wolves - A lot will depend on their journey in the Europa League, the quality is there though so I can see them challenging the top six.
7) Leicester - A lot of pressure on Soyuncu or Benkovic to fill Maguire's role, their performances could depend on our league position.
8) Chelsea - A transfer ban and Hazard is gone, a lot of players have to step up to the plate, a similar season to 15/16 may await.
9) Everton - Spent fairly big again; however there's a lot of pressure on Kean to deliver, while Gueye could be a big miss.
10) West Ham - Like Everton there's a lot of pressure on Haller to deliver, plus many of their players need to become more consistent.
11) Watford - Very good team from midfield to attack, their defence will probably let them down though.
12) Southampton - I expect a decent improvement from Southampton, with Ings and Adams they have the firepower to do well.
13) Bournemouth - They'll probably ship plenty of goals again but they've kept hold of their big players, mid table for them.
14) Aston Villa - They've done a Fulham the quality is there though, looking forward to seeing how McGinn and Grealish do.
15) Burnley - They'll bore us all to tears but they have enough quality to just stay up.
16) Brighton - A change of manager was needed, Trossard and Maupey on paper are decent signings, I expect them to just stay up.
17) Crystal Palace - A lot will depend on whether Zaha can be bothered or not.
18) Norwich - If last night is anything to go by they'll be exciting to watch, their defence though looks poor and they have a lot of inexperience.
19) Newcastle - Bruce has been backed but with Bruce in charge things could get messy, Newcastle fans are great but sorry, relegation.
20) Sheff Utd - If they stay up with that squad then Wilder is the best manager in the World.

POTY - Salah
Golden Boot - Kane
Best Signing - Tielemans
Worst Signing - One of Kean, Haller or Joelinton.

The fight for the top six is going to be extremely interesting.
From about 13th to 20th could literally be anything imo.


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Kyle Walker is the most underrated player in the league. Probably the best athlete to ever play in the PL.
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Is this the day the beautiful game dies

VAR is going to piss a lot of people off this season.

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City are unreal.

Champions by at least 25 points this season.

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