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    Icon14 *Official* English Football Season 2008-2009

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    So how do we think the 3 teams coming from the Championship (whoever the third may be) will fair next season?
    I know it's cliche but, personally I feel they will all struggle. Wes Brom may scrap to safety but don't see much hope for Stoke and AN Other.
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    I know everyone says it every year and it's only actually happened once (since the formation of the Premiership, at least) but I wouldn't be surprised if they all go back down.
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    Put money on WBA to stay up, Fulham to go down, Hodgson first sacking.
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    There are some pretty ordinary teams in the lower half of the Prem, so wouldn't be surprised if WBA manage to scrape 17th. IIRC they survived for one season under Captain Poof with the lowest ever points tally that kept a team up in a 20-team Prem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    So how do we think the 3 teams coming from the Championship (whoever the third may be) will fair next season?
    I know it's cliche but, personally I feel they will all struggle. Wes Brom may scrap to safety but don't see much hope for Stoke and AN Other.
    West Brom will stay up. Stoke and Bristol City/Hull...well let's just say I doubt they'll get 20 points between.

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    The big question here is who will win the fair play league.

    grecian you ain't supposed to start this til the season is actually over you know
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    The big question here is who will win the fair play league.
    Spurs to retain their crown IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post

    grecian you ain't supposed to start this til the season is actually over you know
    Meh, all the important matches have been played.

    June 16th is when the fixtures are released for the League, which we're in btw.

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    The major upside to being in the Conference is i'll see Mansfield play more now. Setanta means we should be on the telly at least once (although we were on twice this season because we were amazing in the FA Cup), plus there's Oxford, Burton, Forest Green, Kidderminster, Rushden who are all pretty close to where i live. Pretty much certain i'll go to the Kiddy/Oxford away games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Meh, all the important matches have been played.

    June 16th is when the fixtures are released for the League, which we're in btw.
    That's weird, they are usually released on a Thursday

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    That's weird, they are usually released on a Thursday
    Oh I read it on Exeweb. Which is normally as reliable as wikipedia (i.e. not), so it may well be nonsense

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    Might have to start trecking down to Trafford for some games this comin season, can see them putting the prices up now they've hit the heady lights of the unibond (again).

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    Well, great news for Reading in the form of Steve Coppell committing his future to the club, mega boost, should help solidify their current situation.

    Also in other news, Joey Barton jailed for 6 months, serves him right the stupid ****.

    and Arsenal rumoured to be close to signing Samir Nasri....

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