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League Champions

Top Four

Relegated

Top Goalscorer

Most Assists

Player of the Season

Young Player of the Season

Biggest Overachievers:  

Biggest Underachievers

First Manager To Leave

Best Signing:  

Worst Signing

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League Champions: Man City

Top FourLiverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham

Relegated: Cardiff, Huddersfield, Watford

Top Goalscorer: Harry Kane

Most Assists: Riyad Mahrez

Player of the Season: Christian Eriksen

Young Player of the Season: Ryan Sessegnon

Biggest Overachievers: Fulham

Biggest Underachievers: Watford

First Manager To Leave: Claude Puel

Best SigningJean Michael Seri

Worst Signing: Jorginho

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On 09/08/2018 at 01:01, RandoEFC said:

League Champions: Man City

Top FourLiverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham

Relegated: Cardiff, Huddersfield, Watford

Top Goalscorer: Harry Kane

Most Assists: Riyad Mahrez

Player of the Season: Christian Eriksen

Young Player of the Season: Ryan Sessegnon

Biggest Overachievers: Fulham

Biggest Underachievers: Watford

First Manager To Leave: Claude Puel

Best SigningJean Michael Seri

Worst Signing: Jorginho

I predict you won't get every single one of those predictions right :ph34r:

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On 09/08/2018 at 00:55, RandoEFC said:

Similar to last season's The Good, The Bad and the Surprise thread. Time to make some broad predictions so we can bring them up and see who gets to gloat and who doesn't at the end of the season. Choose...

League Champions: Manchester City

Top Four: Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham

Relegated: Cardiff, Huddersfield, Southampton

Top Goalscorer: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Most Assists: Kevin de Bruyne

Player of the Season: Kevin de Bruyne

Young Player of the Season: Bernardo Silva

Biggest Overachievers: Crystal Palace

Biggest Underachievers: Manchester United / Southampton

First Manager To Leave: Claude Puel

Best Signing: Naby Keita

Worst Signing: Yerry Mina

 

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League Champions: Manchester City

Top Four: Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur.

Relegated: Cardiff City, Newcastle United, Huddersfield Town.

Top Goalscorer: Harry Kane

Most Assists: Leroy Sane

Player of the Season: Kevin De Bruyne

Young Player of the Season: Raheem Sterling 

Biggest Overachievers: Wolves 

Biggest Underachievers: Huddersfield Town

First Manager To Leave: Claude Puel

Best Signing: Marcus Maddison 

Worst Signing: Newcastle's Moto

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Already tempted to scratch Arsenal xD the fuck was that rubbish earlier?

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League Champions: Manchester City

Top Four: Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham

Relegated: Southampton, Wolves, Cardiff

Top Goalscorer: Kane

Most Assists: De Bruyne

Player of the Season: De Bruyne

Young Player of the Season: Keita

Biggest Overachievers:  Crystal Palace

Biggest Underachievers: Wolves

First Manager To Leave: Mark Hughes

Best Signing:  Keita

Worst Signing: Felipe Anderson

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I know he was signed for a lot of money, but a dark horse for signing of the summer could be Alireza Jahanbakhsh?

He is a player that Brighton have had their eye on for some time. They nearly got him three summers ago when he really made a name for himself at NEC but he chose to join AZ to develop his game. That suggests to me hes been thoroughly scouted.

Hes improved season upon season. Last season he scored 21 goals in 27 appearances, including two hat-tricks in the final three fixtures of the season.

He is only 25, he is experienced for his age, and his continual line of progression suggests Brighton could be a stepping stone for greater things.

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