WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
21%
  



Coffee 8:52 Mon Aug 9
All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Three from:

Hornets
Bees
Wolves
Magpies
Seagulls
Eagles
Canaries

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Sydney_Iron 12:13 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Sorry Brentford, but i cant see them hanging about, Newcastle under Bruce look likely as well, and then Palace with an old squad and new manager who looks more reputation as a player than manager....

Brighton have a decent manager, Wolves have too good a squad, Norwich and Watford have experiance and will survive this season, not sure about next though, both are yoyo teams after all.

Burnley and Southampton could both be in the mix as well.

Just hope we keep well away from it.

Sniper 12:11 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Think wolves will struggle. They’ve lost a lot of good players in the last 18 months and their manager. I think this will be another of those seasons where the top teams pull away, it won’t be like last season, and I think it will be tight in the bottom half. It often comes down getting injuries to key players at the wrong times, and that doesn’t bode well for us!!

Thing is we’re all knicker wetting on here about a lack of transfers but this summer has been ridiculously quiet. I don’t see many teams improving that much so far. Palace have brought in a few but viera is untried and though they were often dull as under Hodgson, he did a great job keeping their heads above water.

I’m going
Palace
Wolves
Watford

Gaffa 11:49 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Southampton, Norwich and Wolves.

the exile 11:38 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
I would expect it to be tight at the bottom this season, nobody cut adrift.

, 11:35 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Whilst the lupine is mentioned as a candidate for possible relegation equally the vulpine might be fighting for a CL finishing place.

gph 11:03 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Could leave the birders having very little to look at in the PL.

Not many bird-teams can come up to replace them, either.

Lee Trundle 9:37 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
I think Burnley will be one of them.

Manuel 9:34 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Iron Duke may have nailed it.

Any club that has some quality forwards (like Newcastle) won't go down. The sides that can't score drop, even if they have decent defences.

Huffers 9:28 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
No chance of Newcastle going down with Willock, ASM & Wilson.

Lato 9:25 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
The 3 that came up....nailed on!

Iron Duke 9:23 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
2 of the promoted clubs plus Sow-thampton.

Cheezey Bell-End 9:15 Mon Aug 9
Re: All relegation from the Premier League zoo
Watford
Brighton (fingers crossed)
Norwich





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