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Premier League Relegation 2013/14


AshVilla
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I know the fixtures have not been released yet for next season or the transfer window hasn't closed yet 

 

But tentatively who would be your 3 clubs for the chop next season

 

Just thought id throw it out there

 

I think it will be out of

 

Stoke

Cardiff

Palace

 

My dream scenario would be 

 

Baggies

Sunderland

Newcastle

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Erm-

 

Palace- Don't really have the financial backing to stay in the league.

 

Stoke- Hughes will take them down.

 

And then one of- Cardiff/Fulham/Sunderland/Norwich/Hull

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I think Stoke, Sunderland, Hull and Palace are serious contenders.  Newcastle and West Ham will be looking over their shoulders.  Ourselves, Southampton, Fulham, West Brom and Cardiff (who will be next season's surprise package) will float just above the war zone.

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Palace and Hull for sure. Think Stoke might struggle, but that can go so many ways its hard to say. Sunderland is going through a drastic change by employing a lot of italian staff and bunch of new players. So again, can go either way but that can crash pretty damn hard. 

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Actually my dream scenario would be Redknapp leaving QPR for a Premier League side and taking them straight down.  :)

Please let it be Liverpool :D

 

 

No doubt Liverpool fans would be expecting to sign Benteke and Eriksen should they be relegated to the championship

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Actually my dream scenario would be Redknapp leaving QPR for a Premier League side and taking them straight down.  :)

 

Stoke spend £20 million in the summer.

Halfway through the season, Stoke are sitting in the relegation zone.

Hughes gets sacked.

'Arry comes in and spends another £20 million in January.

They pick up a couple of wins - the great escape is on.

Stoke gets relegated.

 

Redknapp blames over-paid prima-donna squad and previous management, while telling everyone that he didn't ask the owner to spend obscene amounts of money.

 

Press eats it up.

 

Redknapp parts ways with club.

 

Rinse and repeat.

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