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Boycey

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Premier League 2021-22
« on: July 12, 2021, 09:51:22 AM »
Back to basics......

Starts 4 weeks Friday, the transfer market should spring into life a bit now that the circus of the Euros is over.

Obviously Liverpool to romp to a 20 point win with Big Virg back in the saddle.

Bring it on.

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Re: Premier League 2021-22
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2021, 10:42:02 AM »
Back to basics......

Starts 4 weeks Friday, the transfer market should spring into life a bit now that the circus of the Euros is over.

Obviously Liverpool to romp to a 20 point win with Big Virg back in the saddle.

Bring it on.

Good to know you accept what’s gonna happen ;). In all seriousness though really looking forward to this season. What happens transfer wise over the next few weeks will determine where things go. I think it will be a very close season. City will strengthen, United will add to Sancho, Chelsea will strengthen, I hope LFC will get at least 1 more player in. How players recover from the Euros will be very important. No predictions at this stage.

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« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2021, 05:23:34 PM »
How many Liverpool, Man U, Man C, Chelsea, etc players had intensive Euro / Copa campaigns.

That's going to play are part in the league aswell

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« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2021, 07:30:09 PM »
How many Liverpool, Man U, Man C, Chelsea, etc players had intensive Euro / Copa campaigns.

That's going to play are part in the league aswell
Think Rashford should be going for his surgery now as well so he will have a delayed start to the season

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« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2021, 10:01:56 PM »
How many Liverpool, Man U, Man C, Chelsea, etc players had intensive Euro / Copa campaigns.

That's going to play are part in the league aswell
Think Rashford should be going for his surgery now as well so he will have a delayed start to the season
Hopefully he gets it and gets himself back to 100%. Sancho coming in will lessen the load, plus Greenwood has another year under his belt and a summer off so expect big things from him. And Martial if he stays couldnt be as bad as he was last season.

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« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2021, 01:52:41 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

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« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2021, 01:54:36 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

And if Kane and Grealish are signed by Pep?

I do think the winners will have to hit the mid-90s in terms of points.

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« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2021, 01:57:28 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

And if Kane and Grealish are signed by Pep?

I do think the winners will have to hit the mid-90s in terms of points.

Couldn't see Pep signing both but possibly one of them. You are correct there is no doubt both of them are serious losses to their clubs and serious gains for City. However, I can't see Kane moving away this year but Grealish probably will. I thought Villa were formidable enough last year in his absence. Early days yet but.

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« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2021, 02:06:51 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

Liverpools league title to lose and so long as they don't lose it 2nd, 3rd should be a battle between Chelsea and Manchester City.

4th spot likely decided on the final day with Leicester, Manchester United, Everton and Tottenham hoping to grab it.

Relegation Watford, Norwich and Crystal Palace I think.

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« Reply #9 on: July 16, 2021, 02:09:19 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.
Which United? There are 4 of them in the league.
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« Reply #10 on: July 16, 2021, 02:14:37 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

And if Kane and Grealish are signed by Pep?

I do think the winners will have to hit the mid-90s in terms of points.

Couldn't see Pep signing both but possibly one of them. You are correct there is no doubt both of them are serious losses to their clubs and serious gains for City. However, I can't see Kane moving away this year but Grealish probably will. I thought Villa were formidable enough last year in his absence. Early days yet but.

Supposedly Pep wants them both, if Villa and Spurs agree to sell.

But who knows what will end up happening?

https://theathletic.com/2706821/2021/07/15/manchester-city-transfers-champions-determined-to-sign-both-kane-and-grealish/

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« Reply #11 on: July 16, 2021, 03:07:56 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

And if Kane and Grealish are signed by Pep?

I do think the winners will have to hit the mid-90s in terms of points.

Couldn't see Pep signing both but possibly one of them. You are correct there is no doubt both of them are serious losses to their clubs and serious gains for City. However, I can't see Kane moving away this year but Grealish probably will. I thought Villa were formidable enough last year in his absence. Early days yet but.

Supposedly Pep wants them both, if Villa and Spurs agree to sell.

But who knows what will end up happening?

https://theathletic.com/2706821/2021/07/15/manchester-city-transfers-champions-determined-to-sign-both-kane-and-grealish/

That article covers every single base possible. It's quite clear the author hasn't a notion what is going on. But I guess saying that won't sell subscriptions. City can want them all they want but they have 3 (Kane) and 4 (Grealish) years left on their contracts. Levy never lets his players go easy, and Villa('s owners) are so wealthy that they simply don't need the cash.

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Re: Premier League 2021-22
« Reply #12 on: July 16, 2021, 03:14:11 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.

And if Kane and Grealish are signed by Pep?

Seen a few videos doing the rounds on whatsapp of Jack Grealish off his head on drugs with which looked like coke on his nose. I hope he can nip this craic in the bud as he has high expectations next season

I do think the winners will have to hit the mid-90s in terms of points.

Couldn't see Pep signing both but possibly one of them. You are correct there is no doubt both of them are serious losses to their clubs and serious gains for City. However, I can't see Kane moving away this year but Grealish probably will. I thought Villa were formidable enough last year in his absence. Early days yet but.

Supposedly Pep wants them both, if Villa and Spurs agree to sell.

But who knows what will end up happening?

https://theathletic.com/2706821/2021/07/15/manchester-city-transfers-champions-determined-to-sign-both-kane-and-grealish/

That article covers every single base possible. It's quite clear the author hasn't a notion what is going on. But I guess saying that won't sell subscriptions. City can want them all they want but they have 3 (Kane) and 4 (Grealish) years left on their contracts. Levy never lets his players go easy, and Villa('s owners) are so wealthy that they simply don't need the cash.

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Re: Premier League 2021-22
« Reply #13 on: July 16, 2021, 05:31:03 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.
Which United? There are 4 of them in the league.

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« Reply #14 on: July 16, 2021, 05:59:42 PM »
Anybody any bold predictions? I think Leeds will suffer a strong case of second season syndrome and be fighting for survival. I also believe Aston Villa will push into the top 7 or so and will be pushing for Europa League football. Fancy United/Liverpool to dethrone City.
Which United? There are 4 of them in the league.

As long as people makes comments like this there will always be only one Utd...  :)

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