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The Final Premiership table


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Well here it is.

1 ? Chelsea

2 Arsenal

3 Manchester United

4 Everton

5 Liverpool

6 Bolton Wanderers

7 Middlesbrough

8 Manchester City

9 Tottenham Hotspur

10 Aston Villa

11 Charlton Athletic

12 Birmingham City

13 Fulham

14 Newcastle United

15 Blackburn Rovers

16 Portsmouth

17 West Bromwich Albion

18 ? Crystal Palace

19 ? Norwich City

20 ? Southampton

In a very difficult day West Brom pulled through out of relegation as the least expcected team to do it. Soton, Norwich, and Palace got relegated. As for the European places Middlesborough snatched the last one behind Liverpool and Bolton. Man U performed well, with Van scoring to get ready for the cup final. And hopefully Arsenal will feel very nervous after losing to Birmingham.

So what are your opinons? Got any predictions for next season?

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Looks like WBA beat the "being bottom at Christmas, gets relegated" jynx. But next season i would say it will be a more closer 3-horse race, between Chelsea, Arsenal and ManUtd.

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I cannot believe West Brom stayed up. Out of the four teams (WBA, CP, NOR + saints) I would have tipped them as the most likely to go down! I just didn't think they had it in them! I suppose congratulations are in order - Frank Skinner will be happy :)

As for Spurs - WE WILL GET INTO EUROPE NEXT SEASON! (Any one who wants a bet, PM me ;)). MARTIN JOL'S BLUE-AND-WHIE ARMY! :&:

And a quick mention to my girlfriends team who played excellently in the Championship all season despite their first choise goalkeeper being out for most of it, and won the league by a considerable margin. Go Sunderland! All they need is a new set of defenders, two new strikers and a midfielder or four... :shifty: ;)

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great to see west brom breaking the bottom table curse...but couldnt help but feel for saints and norwich..especially norwich losing 6-0 that was pretty awful

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i was pretty disappointed with a few clubs, Tottenham Hotspur,Aston Villa, Charlton Athletic,Birmingham City

and particulaly Newcastle United. Im pretty sure Tot and NU will be a lot better next season

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