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Who's going down?

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by jan, Jan 4, 2019.

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Who's going down?

  1. Huddersfield

  2. Fulham

  3. Southampton

  4. Cardiff

  5. Burnley

  6. Newcastle

  7. Palace

  8. Brighton

  9. Bournemouth

  10. Everton

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  1. jan

    jan Well-Known Member

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    Who's getting relegated this season?

    I'd love it if it was Palace but it's looking unlikely, even with Zaha playing like a dickhead and Hodgson being Hodgson. Southampton were hopeless under Hughes but are looking much better now and you can bet Rafa will keep that pile of shit up again.
      
    Cardiff: worst squad in the league

    Huddersfield: feel a bit sorry for Wagner but they're doomed

    Burnley: actually had Fulham here first but Burnley's last 4 fixtures are Chelsea, City, Everton and Arsenal. So I got a feeling Ranieri will get lucky again, even though Fulham have been comically shit - especially given their squad looks stronger on paper than most of the other relegation candidates

    Btw - we've got Cardiff, Huddersfield and Newcastle in our last 4 fixtures. Would be a nice bonus if some of these were down (or safe) already
     
  2. jan

    jan Well-Known Member

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    I put the whole bottom half of the table in the poll just so you can pick Everton too
     
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  3. Judge Jules

    Judge Jules SCM Addict Member

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    It's getting harder to tell than I originally thought it might be. Cardiff as you say are a pile of @rse and were an early pick of mine, but they're not going quietly.  Conversely I thought earlier in the season that Fulham would probably stay up but I'm less sure now, especially if Cairney signs for W.Ham this month as some are saying he might.  The one cert I can now see is Huddersfield, but unlike you I don't have a particular sympathy for Wagner, who came across as a bit of a loudmouthed d!ck when they stayed up last season.  Ralf Rabbithutch is making a difference to Southampton, but there's a fair amount of dross in that squad and I don't think they're safe yet by any means.
     
  4. bluebell

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    Cardiff and Burnley I would like to see go down. Both clubs have absolute tools as Manager.
     
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    Red Mullet Well-Known Member

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    We are because we lost to Citeh and it’s a sign that’s all gonna fall apart.
     
  6. hmmmmm1

    hmmmmm1 Very Active Member

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    Huddersfield are woeful, I’m amazed they stayed up last season. Cardiff, have fight and grit but they are playing a right back up front and look doomed. Fulham are  probably the 3rd ream to go down unless they sign some defenders who can defend
     
  7. jan

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    Wagner has left Huddersfield "by mutual consent", I wonder who's going to take that job. One thing that's certain is no one is keeping them up
     
  8. bluebell

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    Cometh  the hour, cometh the man. TBF he has been available for a long time now.
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    But if they want to stay up and he has a record of keeping teams up, then this Fat fucker should be their first choice
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  9. tombrown

    tombrown Very Well-Known Member

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    Ideal bounce back opportunity for Maureen to continue shitting titles
     
  10. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    I'm surprised those three haven't tried to form a management supergroup, imagine the combined brainpower and old-school, tried and trusted managerial nous accrued over decades at the top of the game, across a dozen clubs who have all sacked them.
     
  11. Insignificance

    Insignificance Bad to the bone Member

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    It might actually be mutual. Ideal for Wagners career is to take minors Huddersfield up and keep them there and never got relegated.
     
  12. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    I think it actually might be "mutual" in this case, yeah. Seems to be a lot of affection and respect from all parties, and rightly so.

    They're doomed, though, obviously
     
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    You know you're fucked when even fat Sam has said he wouldn't take the Huddersfield job as he doesn't think they can be saved.
     
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    Bit late for anyone to save Hudderfield now surely, unless they come in and bring a couple of names with them.
     
  15. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    He's claimed so many times that he doesn't like his "relegation dogfight expert" reputation, but he wouldn't get any blame when they do get relegated, and then the challenge would be promotion. So maybe he just doesn't fancy managing in the Championship?

    They might just give it to Mark Hudson and see what happens. It's not going to be an easy sell.
     
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    gkmacca Part of the Furniture Member

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    I just hope no club goes down too easily.
     
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    Hansern Part of the Furniture Member

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    Speaking of recycling managers, Martin O’Neill appointed at Nottm Forest.
     
  18. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    Hopefully with Roy Keane as assistant!

    EDIT: wrote that as a joke. Silly me.
     

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