Premier League Predictions



Prediction: Final Standings

Place Club Take
1 Manchester City Pellegrini takes over, summer signings prove valuable. Lead league in goals and scratch out a 2nd title in 3 years
2 Chelsea The Special One falls short of the league title, but manages to take home other silverware
3 Manchester United David Moyes’ inaugural season at OT is a tough one. Rooney stays, but injuries nip Red Dev’s repeat title hopes
4 Arsenal Wenger brings in second tier signings and it becomes the same old story
5 Liverpool Progress under Rodgers, with Sturridge leading the way. Suarez will…? nobody really knows
6 Tottenham Gareth Bale leaves for Madrid, AVB scratching his head looking for match-winners
7 Swansea Laudrup lives up to billing and becomes most sought after manager in summer of 2014
8 Everton Roberto Martinez takes over as boss, manages a respectable season
9 West Ham
10 Fulham Makes some decent signings and enjoy some success with Berbatov netting 15+ goals again
11 West Brom Struggle without Lukaku’s goals, but defensive solidarity helps Baggies power through rough patches.
12 Aston Villa Hold onto Benteke and continue progress under Paul Lambert. Younger players start to pay dividends
13 Sunderland
14 Norwich
15 Newcastle French Revolution never really takes shape at St James Park. Pardew prime for sacking
16 Cardiff Enjoy success in the top flight, but not far from relegation. Can’t quite catch up to rivals Swansea.
17 Stoke City
18 Hull City
19 Southampton
20 Crystal Palace Zaha fires team to PL, but his absence in their first season up and an overall lack in quality sends them right back down

Quick Predictions:

Glory: same 4 teams head back for Champions League play with City taking the spoils. Chelsea take home the FA Cup, while Brendan Rodgers secures his first piece of silverware with the League Cup.

Despair: the Tigers, Saints, and Eagles all take the plunge, all three of whom will have new managers by season’s end.

Individual Honors: Golden boot goes to, who else, RVP again. Player of the Year will be a tight race_____.  Young Player of the Year will be Eden Hazard

Everything Else…

New Faces: Man City dominates this list by bringing in Jesus Navas, Negredo, Jovetic, and Fernandinho. Chelsea nabs Schurrle

Departures: On the way out are Carlos Tevez and Pepe Reina.


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