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Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2018 10:24 am
by budgetmeansbudget
I wish I could share your concern DFM, but I've had it with the England football team. Too many disappointments over the years.

They'll probably go and win the thing this time.

No they won't!

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:29 pm
by Durhamfootman
Get in!

4 on the spin at exactly the right time

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 4:00 pm
by budgetmeansbudget
Looks like a pretty dull finish to the Premier League this season.

Champions 99.9% decided.

Top 4 currently are pretty likely to remain as the top 4.

Bottom 3 currently are also pretty likely to remain the bottom 3 at the end of the season.

You could maybe make a case for Stoke or Southampton if either was winning the odd game, but both are on 4 game losing streaks, and the manner of yesterday's defeat for Southampton at home to Chelsea was about as demoralising as you could get.

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:45 pm
by budgetmeansbudget
If Man U weren't so inconsistent you could almost think they did that deliberately.

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:45 am
by mikesiva
Congratulations to darren Moore the first jamaican to manage a team in the premier league.
:salute

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:44 am
by bigfluffylemon
budgetmeansbudget wrote:Looks like a pretty dull finish to the Premier League this season.

Champions 99.9% decided.

Top 4 currently are pretty likely to remain as the top 4.

Bottom 3 currently are also pretty likely to remain the bottom 3 at the end of the season.

You could maybe make a case for Stoke or Southampton if either was winning the odd game, but both are on 4 game losing streaks, and the manner of yesterday's defeat for Southampton at home to Chelsea was about as demoralising as you could get.


Most competitive league in the world my *modded*

Re: Premiership 2017/2018

PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:43 am
by budgetmeansbudget
Maybe not in the world but probably out of the top five leagues in Europe.

Juventus, PSG and Bayern Munich have all dominated their respective leagues in the last few seasons and Barcelona and Madrid in Spain.

I think we've had a fair few different winners, Man U, Man C, Chelsea and Leicester. Liverpool, Spurs and Arsenal have also been in the mix on a number of occasions.

Obviously there are lots of other factors to take into account when considering competitive. You could probably look at teams ability to survive in the League after promotion. This season there is every chance that all three sides will survive!