View Poll Results: Who will be joining the Championship for 2014/15?

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  • Aston Villa

    1 8.33%
  • Cardiff

    10 83.33%
  • Crystal Palace

    2 16.67%
  • Fulham

    11 91.67%
  • Hull

    1 8.33%
  • Norwich

    5 41.67%
  • Sunderland

    8 66.67%
  • Swansea

    1 8.33%
  • West Bromwich Albion

    3 25.00%
  • West Ham United

    1 8.33%
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Thread: Who will be relegated from the Premier League?

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    Who will be relegated from the Premier League?

    You know I love a good poll, gents. Please choose your three sides.

    Credit to Stoke for somehow avoiding this. I've actually enjoyed a lot of their games this season. :/
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    It's a really tough call for mine, in the sense that I don't really fancy the chances of many of the teams down the bottom of the table.

    After today I think Fulham are probably gone. Don't much rate Brom or Cardiff, so wouldn't be surprised to see them go too.

    Norwich in serious danger for mine though. They're pretty manky and really can't score goals, and their run-in is absolutely horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Norwich in serious danger for mine though. They're pretty manky and really can't score goals, and their run-in is absolutely horrible.
    Haha, exactly. Their next two games are just huge.

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    Fulham, Cardiff & West Brom hopefully.

    West Brom should never have sacked Clarke IMO


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    Still faintly worried about the Canaries with their run in, but WBA are the most likely to be dragged in from teams not already down there.

    Mel has the air of a man doing a side a favour, IMHO.

    Think the bottom three as is for me; yer Mackems haven't really had an upswing after their League Cup heroics.
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    I really like Pepe Mel so I really hope they stay up. Foolish appointment it may have been in the circumstances but he is a really good manager, that and he writes mystery novels.

    Agree that Fulham and Cardiff are gone and I will go with Norwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    Fulham, Cardiff & West Brom hopefully.

    West Brom should never have sacked Clarke IMO
    They should have sorted out a decent replacement before doing it, or not done it at all. That's the difference between West Brom and Southampton last season.
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    He is a good manager though and neither have good english. It may be reasonable to say that Pochettino being the younger of the two is the more exciting appointment bit what Mel did with Betis last year is just as good, if not better than anything Pochettino did with Espanyol. Where you are right of course is that Southampton had him lined up straight away and his style suited the players they had.
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    Pepe Mel's alright. It's a much worse appointment than he is a manager, if that makes any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    I really like Pepe Mel so I really hope they stay up. Foolish appointment it may have been in the circumstances but he is a really good manager, that and he writes mystery novels.

    Agree that Fulham and Cardiff are gone and I will go with Norwich.
    Haha really? That's amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Pepe Mel's alright. It's a much worse appointment than he is a manager, if that makes any sense.
    Yeah I would agree with that, and it is something that people tend to forget when judging managers.

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    Works both ways though. People don't often judge managers for taking on jobs that most people would run a mile from. Though Solskjaer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Works both ways though. People don't often judge managers for taking on jobs that most people would run a mile from. Though Solskjaer...
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    Oh ripper. There's always one, haha.

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    Fulham have been doomed since the start of the season. Signing a bunch of ageing, over-rated dross like Scott Parker was never going to end well.

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