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who will win the 2018 premier league?

Discussion in 'Premier League Chat' started by dan_mufc, May 31, 2017.

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who will win the 2018 pl?

  1. chelsea

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  2. spurs

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  3. city

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  4. liverpool

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  5. arsenal

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  6. man utd

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  7. other

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  1. dan_mufc

    dan_mufc New Member Manchester United

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    obviously I want united to win it but I think Chelsea are very strong and I can see pep at city spending a lot of sheikh money on foreign talent but ill go with chelsea
     
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    pontyred Active Member Barnsley

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    Spurs blew it at the end but they look awesome, could be a not-so-surprising contender
     
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    goldieRed Active Member Barnsley

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    Chelsea for me, looked so comfortable this year
     
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    Old Goat Active Member Barnsley

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    Dan, I can't help noticing that Man City aren't specifically listed. I'm sure that's accidental ;)
    I happen to think that Liverpool might surprise a few people next season.
     
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    SB Red 48 Member Barnsley

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    If Chelsea looiz Hazard and Costa it'll hit 'em. Hazard is a poor man's Hourihane.
    Algufo Man City.
     
  6. Romared

    Romared Member Barnsley

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    Same fomee SB Man City,


    poor weshing day today, av looards to do anorl :(
     
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    SB Red 48 Member Barnsley

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    Aye Man City al tek sum beeatin.

    When avved chance to sit artside fooaks passing by who a dunt usually speyk to ev sed thev noticed av ed all the evvi weshing art in that dry spell and were saying the wished thed dun same.
    A watched Emmerdale gerrin all them awards, Best Soap, Best Actor Ashley, Best Lass Actor Laurel, both fo dementure storyline. Av used the owd jooak abart that new lass Lydia liking a c0ckatoo but not many rarnd here gerrit.
     
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    Romared Member Barnsley

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    City have a problem area wi goalie , get that soortud and they ev a big chance ov winning the Title


    That co ck a too is called Steve !! Thaccun see shiz ed sum sparra that Lydia :rolleyes: onnabart birds !! Kayode mi blackbird ez fetched his youngen nar "Winston hes bin called " eyting mi arta arse wi feedin um Sultanas , Fewel allowance needs to gu up sooin to pay fo these add ons !!!!! :p
     
  9. Acido Tyke

    Acido Tyke Active Member Moderator Barnsley

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    ABMU (anybody but ManUre, and soz Dan) lol. ;)
    For a start, Im surprised to see Man Utd not offer big Zlat the Swede a new contract!

    As a neutral here I really hope Tottenham can continue their current improvements and with the Harry Kane & Dele Alli partnership, it definitely could happen. But I also wish they could pair up together better when they play for England!!

    Surely Chelski wont dominate and win it again, and I reckon Liverpool will be pretenders to the throne yet again. I do agree with the smart money going on Man City, that seems like a good bet and Ive voted for them in this poll.
     

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