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Who will be relegated this season? 2012/13

Postby Hams » Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:30 pm

Who do you think will be relegated this season? 2012/13

Wigan Athletic 13 4 2 7 14 -8
Sunderland 13 2 7 4 13 -4
Aston Villa 14 3 4 7 13 -11
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Southampton 13 3 2 8 11 -10
Reading 13 1 6 6 9 -7
Queens Park Rangers 14 0 5 9 5 -16

Harry Redknapp has taken over as QPR's new manager but has a massive job on his hands to keep them up.

Could we see a side like Sunderland or Aston Villa who have both been very poor be dragged into a long relegation fight?

Any thoughts
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Postby Bren10 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:39 pm

Would be the best season ever if the Villa went down. :lol:
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Postby Hams » Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:31 am

Bren10 wrote:Would be the best season ever if the Villa went down. :lol:


It would be the only chance Birmingham will have to play them next season!

Any thoughts on who will be going down?
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Postby Bren10 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:21 pm

Hams wrote:
Bren10 wrote:Would be the best season ever if the Villa went down. :lol:


It would be the only chance Birmingham will have to play them next season!

Any thoughts on who will be going down?


Ouch, truth hurts. :D

I think Southampton and Reading are certs but im unsure about about the 3rd. QPR would be favourites but Sunderland cant score and the Villa and Wigan are quite inconsistent so one of those three could easily go down.
May well depend on who the Villa sell Bent to, as I think he could end up at one of those teams down there, although if Ba goes he would probably be his replacement at Newcastle.
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Postby Hams » Sat Dec 08, 2012 12:09 pm

If QPR fail to win away at Wigan today they will become the first side in the history of the PL not to win a game after 16 matches.
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Postby Hams » Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:45 pm

Aston Villa 17 4 6 7 18 -9
Newcastle United 17 4 5 8 17 -7
Sunderland 17 3 7 7 16 -6
Southampton 16 4 3 9 15 -10
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Wigan Athletic 17 4 3 10 15 -14
Queens Park Rangers 17 1 7 9 10 -15
Reading 16 1 6 9 9 -12

QPR won their first game of the season on Saturday 2-1 at home against Fulham but I still don't see them staying up.

Any more thoughts on who you think will go down?
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Postby Almeida » Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:07 pm

sad as it is, reading seem doomed, indeed. maybe that's why floody has become a rare guest here. :D
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Postby Piginthegame » Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:59 am

Reading and Southampton are nailed on to go down for me, and as much as I want them to stay up I feel Wigan will go down,.

They've been fighting the drop for so many seasons now and I think it's going to be just to much for them this term, although they are playing some of the best football the Wigan fans have ever seen.
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Postby Hams » Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:02 pm

16 Aston Villa 19 4 6 9 15 36 -21 18 L L W D D
17 Southampton 18 4 4 10 23 34 -11 16 D L W L D
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18 Wigan Athletic 19 4 3 12 19 35 -16 15 L L L D L
19 Reading 19 1 7 11 21 37 -16 10 D L L L L
20 Queens Park Ra… 19 1 7 11 16 33 -17 10 L L W D D

It looks like the honey moon period is over for Harry Redknapp at QPR as they have now lost their last 2.

Reading managed to end their run of defeats with a draw against Swansea but still look like going straight back down.

Wigan have now lost 4 out of their last 5 PL fixtures and will need another strong finish to the season if they want to stay up.

Any more comments on who you think will go down? - Are Aston Villa still in danger after letting in 12 goals in 2 games?
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Postby NickKIELCEPoland » Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:10 pm

[size=200]Bren10[/size] wrote:
Hams wrote:
Bren10 wrote:Would be the best season ever if the Villa went down. :lol:


It would be the only chance Birmingham will have to play them next season!

Any thoughts on who will be going down?


Ouch, truth hurts. :D

I think Southampton and Reading are certs but im unsure about about the 3rd. QPR would be favourites but Sunderland cant score and the Villa and Wigan are quite inconsistent so one of those three could easily go down.
May well depend on who the Villa sell Bent to, as I think he could end up at one of those teams down there, although if Ba goes he would probably be his replacement at Newcastle.


Where have you heard that? Newcastle aren't in the habit of buying over-priced has-beens. Newcastle are in the habit of buying unheard of geniuses.
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Postby OWEN_ENG » Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:45 pm

Fulham and Villa are definitely contenders IMO
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Postby specnur » Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:48 pm

Fulham aren;t gong down , Villa gond down could be possibility ,but who do they replace out of the three below them? I can see Reading , Qpr and Southampton right now ! Maybe Qpr have the talent to get themselves out and drag Villa into it ,but i think Villa are too big to go down really.
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Postby Hams » Sun Dec 30, 2012 4:40 pm

No team is too big to go down!

West Ham were relegated in 2003 with their best ever squad and a team of future England internationals.
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Postby Hams » Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:42 pm

10 Stoke City 23 6 11 6 22 27 -5 29 L L L D W
11 Sunderland 23 7 7 9 27 31 -4 28 W W L L W
12 West Ham United 22 7 6 9 25 28 -3 27 D L W L L
13 Norwich City 23 6 8 9 24 39 -15 26 L D L L L
14 Fulham 23 6 7 10 33 40 -7 25 L D W L D
15 Southampton 22 5 7 10 30 40 -10 22 D W D D D
16 Newcastle United 23 5 6 12 28 41 -13 21 L D L L L
17 Aston Villa 23 4 8 11 19 44 -25 20 D L D L L
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18 Reading 23 4 7 12 28 43 -15 19 W W L W D
19 Wigan Athletic 23 5 4 14 25 43 -18 19 L D L W L
20 Queens Park Ra… 23 2 9 12 18 37 -19 15 D D W L L

I really have no idea now on who is going to be relegated this season!

What are your views on the battle against the drop? - Who will be going down?
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Postby 07rlewis » Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:09 pm

Could finaly be the year that Wigan go down, and i expect Villa to be down there as well. I feel that QPR will try to buy their way out of the bottom three and Reading to be down there as well. As for Saints i think we have what it takes to stay up even with a new manager, and i think Newcastle will steer away from trouble.

End Of season prediction:

12-Newcastle
13-West Ham
14-Fulham
15-Norwich
16-Southampton
17-Aston Villa
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18-Queens Park Rangers
19-Wigan
20-Reading
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Postby Conner99 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:47 pm

i think you may be right about Wigan this time ....i also reckon QPR too will go down , dont think Harry Redknapp will be able to conjure a mircale escape this time .

The last spot is a little more tricky ...anyone out of Aston Villa , Newcastle and Reading or perhasp Southampton could go down , the game between Aston Villa and Newcastle is huge ..
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Postby Tipster » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:18 pm

I'm sure that QPR and Southampton will be fine this season.

Aston Villa really need to worry, as do Reading.

Wigan look like possible candidates so far.
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Postby Klaas Bruinsma » Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:43 am

Tipster wrote:I'm sure that QPR and Southampton will be fine this season.

Aston Villa really need to worry, as do Reading.

Wigan look like possible candidates so far.


I'm curious on how you were sure about QPR being fine this season??? Until now they're at the bottom of the league's table and they will be facing City, Norwich, Swansea and Man United in their next 4 fixtures. Even though they are the hosts in these games (except for swansea), QPR have not showed great performances at home.

But i back you up in your opinion with Villa. They're about to face trouble in their upcoming fixtures. ( Newcastle, Everton, West Ham, Arsenal, City). :twisted:

I'll salute them if they managed to move their rank up. :o
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Postby Bren10 » Tue Jan 22, 2013 1:29 pm

NickKIELCEPoland wrote:
[size=200]Bren10[/size] wrote:
Hams wrote:
Bren10 wrote:Would be the best season ever if the Villa went down. :lol:


It would be the only chance Birmingham will have to play them next season!

Any thoughts on who will be going down?


Ouch, truth hurts. :D

I think Southampton and Reading are certs but im unsure about about the 3rd. QPR would be favourites but Sunderland cant score and the Villa and Wigan are quite inconsistent so one of those three could easily go down.
May well depend on who the Villa sell Bent to, as I think he could end up at one of those teams down there, although if Ba goes he would probably be his replacement at Newcastle.


Where have you heard that? Newcastle aren't in the habit of buying over-priced has-beens. Newcastle are in the habit of buying unheard of geniuses.


Sorry only just saw this.
Im just speculating about Bent, no truth in it whatsoever, just thought it made sense.
If you had watched any football other than the EPL then you wouldve heard of Ba, he was a striker in all senses in Germany. Cisse wasnt an unknown, Cabaye neither (championship winner) and Tiote wasnt either (Championship winner) and amongst them im not sure who is the genius? So maybe there is someone I have missed?
Newcastle have done extremely well in the transfer market no doubt but it doesnt look like they are on the verge of another "unheard of genius", Remy being the case in point.
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Postby Tipster » Tue Jan 22, 2013 1:55 pm

Klaas Bruinsma wrote:
Tipster wrote:I'm sure that QPR and Southampton will be fine this season.

Aston Villa really need to worry, as do Reading.

Wigan look like possible candidates so far.


I'm curious on how you were sure about QPR being fine this season??? Until now they're at the bottom of the league's table and they will be facing City, Norwich, Swansea and Man United in their next 4 fixtures. Even though they are the hosts in these games (except for swansea), QPR have not showed great performances at home.

But i back you up in your opinion with Villa. They're about to face trouble in their upcoming fixtures. ( Newcastle, Everton, West Ham, Arsenal, City). :twisted:

I'll salute them if they managed to move their rank up. :o


QPR have improved greatly under Redknapp, and just bought Remy, who is exactly what they need.
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