Premier League 2010/2011

André

Admin
Talk about the Premier League Season 2010/2011. Who will win the Championship?

Which Player will be the Superstar? Which Team wins the Premier League?

What do you think? Join in the conversation about the worlds biggest Football League.
 

SaintWorm

Bolminator
Moderator
Who will win the Championship?

Das ist übrigens etwas zweideutig. 'Championship' ist auch der gebräuchliche Name der zweiten englischen Liga. ;)

Fuck, this is the English speaking area of the board, so here we go:

'Championship' is a bit ambiguous, cause it's the common known term for the second tier in England.
 
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#die miLch

Europapokalist
Moderator
Viele Augen werden sich natürlich auf die Citizens richten, die mit einem hohen Erwartungsdruck in die Saison gehen, nach diesen Transfers.
Alles andere als die CL wäre eine herbe Enttäuschung.

Um den Meistertitel werden sich aber andere streiten. Chelsea sehe ich am stärksten, dahinter ManUtd und Arsenal. Liverpool sehe ich nicht als Titelkandidat, da sich der Verein im Umbruch befindet und zudem wichtige Einnahmen durch die verpatzte CL-Quali wegfallen.
 
Viele Augen werden sich natürlich auf die Citizens richten, die mit einem hohen Erwartungsdruck in die Saison gehen, nach diesen Transfers.
Alles andere als die CL wäre eine herbe Enttäuschung.

Um den Meistertitel werden sich aber andere streiten. Chelsea sehe ich am stärksten, dahinter ManUtd und Arsenal. Liverpool sehe ich nicht als Titelkandidat, da sich der Verein im Umbruch befindet und zudem wichtige Einnahmen durch die verpatzte CL-Quali wegfallen.
Fuck, this is the English speaking area of the board
:floet:............
 

Aiden

Kölsche Fetz
Who will win the Championship?

I think Middlesborough. I want to see them in PL again!


Which Player will be the Superstar?
That's a good question. I think the new superstars could be Stephen Ireland (ManCity), Aaron Lennon (Spurs), Daniel Rose (Spurs) and maybe Seamus Coleman (Everton). The first two are very underrated in my opinion and the last two are some very good talents.

Which Team wins the Premier League?

Glory, glory Man United. ;)
 

Detti04

The Count
Woohoo, Winston Reid played a full game for West Ham - already on matchday 1! But then, the Hammers lost 3-0 away at Villa, and Reid seemed fortunate not to concede a penalty... Let's hope he remains in the starting line-up.
 

SaintWorm

Bolminator
Moderator
Awesome result: Wigan - Blackpool 0 - 4... Go Seasiders! Harewood scored twice just 2 days after having signed for Blackpool. Not that bad.

Considering that my Saints are seated in League One, I'm gonna need a new team in the Premiership. So Blackpool is the team of my choice.
 

Jonas

Gooner
Awesome result: Wigan - Blackpool 0 - 4... Go Seasiders! Harewood scored twice just 2 days after having signed for Blackpool. Not that bad.

Considering that my Saints are seated in League One, I'm gonna need a new team in the Premiership. So Blackpool is the team of my choice.

Blackpool are awesome, and Ian Holloway is one of the most likeable managers you'll ever see. :top:
 

SaintWorm

Bolminator
Moderator
Blackpool are awesome, and Ian Holloway is one of the most likeable managers you'll ever see. :top:

Meanwhile Saints also became awesome! :D Automatic promotion spot in League One and a new starlet named Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Arsenal I hear you trapsing. ;)

Btw, nice fixture tomorrow: Saints - Blackpool :)
 

Jonas

Gooner
Yeah, I called out for you in the 750.000 Beiträge thread in order to get your opinion on him because I saw him linked to us, but you just wouldn't show up. :p

How good is he actually? Potential EPL material? :)
 

SaintWorm

Bolminator
Moderator
Definitely, EPL material...at least. If he doesn't go crazy all of a sudden and keeps on working on his game like he did in the last months, he'll be wearing a shirt with three sweet lions on it in a few years.
I'd roughly rate him as highly as the 17-year-old Walcott. He's quick, he can dribble, he gets his crosses in and he's shown quite an eye for goal. Also he's a bit bigger and stronger than Walcott, which comes as a plus. Can't hurt to have a few extra inches and pounds when you're dribbling down the flanks.
I'd love to see him stay put at St.Mary's for a few more years, but that's pretty illusive. Hopefully he'll be able to live up to his potential...like I said, three lions. ;)
 

SaintWorm

Bolminator
Moderator
Definitely, EPL material...at least. If he doesn't go crazy all of a sudden and keeps on working on his game like he did in the last months, he'll be wearing a shirt with three sweet lions on it in a few years.
I'd roughly rate him as highly as the 17-year-old Walcott. He's quick, he can dribble, he gets his crosses in and he's shown quite an eye for goal. Also he's a bit bigger and stronger than Walcott, which comes as a plus. Can't hurt to have a few extra inches and pounds when you're dribbling down the flanks.
I'd love to see him stay put at St.Mary's for a few more years, but that's pretty illusive. Hopefully he'll be able to live up to his potential...like I said, three lions. ;)

Heute das erste Tor für England. Manchmal seh ich doch richtig. :D
 
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