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Barclays Premier League 2008/09  

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  1. 1. Who will win the Barclays Premier League 2008/09?

    • Arsenal
      25
    • Aston Villa
      8
    • Chelsea
      15
    • Everton
      9
    • Liverpool
      22
    • Manchester City
      8
    • Manchester United
      55
    • Portsmouth
      0
    • Tottenham Hotspur
      2
    • Other
      5
  2. 2. Who be relegated from the Barclays Premier League 2008/09 (select 3)?

    • Blackburn Rovers
      15
    • Bolton Wanderers
      23
    • Fulham
      22
    • Hull City
      53
    • Middlesbrough
      26
    • Stoke City
      66
    • Sunderland
      31
    • West Bromwich Albian
      71
    • Wigan Athletic
      29
    • Other
      39
  3. 3. Who will be top scorer in the Barclays Premier League 2008/09?

    • Benjani
      3
    • Cesc Fabregas
      1
    • Cristiano Ronaldo
      37
    • Didier Drogba
      4
    • Emmanuel Adebayor
      8
    • Fernando Torres
      43
    • Frank Lampard
      8
    • Wayne Rooney
      12
    • Roque Santa Cruz
      0
    • Other
      33


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I will change Everton for Villa then!

Erm, would leave Everton on there, and take off Newcastle or City....but whatever lol :D

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Erm, would leave Everton on there, and take off Newcastle or City....but whatever lol :D

Take off Newcastle, simply because they are Newcastle ;)

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Take off Newcastle, simply because they are Newcastle ;)

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Totally! I took off Newcaslte and put in Everton. I don't think I will change it anymore. Only thing I will change now is the Top Scorers list...

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Take off Newcastle, simply because they are Newcastle ;)

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Agreed. Can't stand the Barcodes.

Totally! I took off Newcaslte and put in Everton. I don't think I will change it anymore. Only thing I will change now is the Top Scorers list...

You may as well make another poll though dude - by changing it all the votes are waaaaaay off now, lol. No one seriously thinks Man City are favourites :D

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Hey ppl.. anyone has an update on Alisher Usmanov? Any chance of him becoming the majority share holder this year? Personally I'd like Arsenal to stay in Engish hands with all the other big 3 owned by Russian or Americans..

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Martins will be an Arsenal player next week.

Newcastle are a championship club.

Even BK cannot help you out.

1)Arsenal

2)Tottenham Hotspur

3)Martins (In an Arsenal shirt).

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Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has issued the following statement on his club's official website: "Today's public comments by Manchester United's manager, announcing that he has made an offer for Dimitar and is confident that the deal will go through with time working in their favour, is a blatant example of sheer arrogance and interference with one of our players. "It is also probably one of the worst offences by any manager in the Premier League to date and is unbelievably hypocritical given his recent comments in respect of Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid.

"This comes after a series of events, dating back to last summer, which have shown Manchester United to be in breach of Premier League rules.

"As a result, we have today made an official complaint to the Premier League about the conduct of Manchester United.

"Benitez made similar comments in respect of Robbie recently and we made an official complaint to the Premier League about the conduct of Liverpool earlier this week.

"The behaviour of both clubs has been disgraceful. We told both clubs very early on that we had no interest in selling Robbie or Dimitar, respectively, and that they should refrain from pursuing the player.

"Both clubs arrogantly chose to ignore this request and we now have evidence that both clubs have systematically been working to prise the players away from us, outside of Premier League rules of conduct.

"Our subsequent position has been severely compromised by both clubs making their intentions widely known and indeed making contact with the players and their agents, without the club's permission.

"I have absolutely no wish to sell either player and to date we have not accepted any offer for either.

"However, when a player's head is turned and their commitment is absent, particularly when they occupy key positions such as that of striker, they become a negative influence in a team dressing room in which they were once a positive addition and influence.

"This is the situation we now have on our hands, with both Dimitar and Robbie having made it clear that they wish to leave for Manchester Utd and Liverpool respectively.

"Irrespective of the outcome and futures of Robbie and Dimitar, we are continuing to seek to bring in quality, talented players for the future, who want to play in a Spurs shirt."

Roy Keane is also after 3-4 Spurs players.. if all the moves go ahead it will be very interesting almost new Spurs next season

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Agreed. Can't stand the Barcodes.

You may as well make another poll though dude - by changing it all the votes are waaaaaay off now, lol. No one seriously thinks Man City are favourites :D

I can't make another poll can I? Or how do I delete this poll and make another one? Shall I just delete the question and then make the question again?

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Martins will be an Arsenal player next week.

Newcastle are a championship club.

Even BK cannot help you out.

1)Arsenal

2)Tottenham Hotspur

3)Martins (In an Arsenal shirt).

You have got to be kidding me. Do you even watch footie on saturdays? Just the mild implication that the Mackems are a better team than the Toon, you might get lynched in the Northwest. There are plenty of teams worse than Newcastle in the prem.

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You have got to be kidding me. Do you even watch footie on saturdays? Just the mild implication that the Mackems are a better team than the Toon, you might get lynched in the Northwest. There are plenty of teams worse than Newcastle in the prem.

I watch it live, if it's Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.

Sunderland AFC are a better team than Newcastle Untied.

The chairman of NU wants to sell the club, is anyone willing to pay ?420,000,000 ?

Nah they are worth tuppence-ha'penny.

What has Newcastle United won in the past 50 years ?

Division 2 1993.

F.A.I.R.S. cup 1969.

Texaco Cup 1974,1975.

Anglo-Italian Cup winners 1973.

No F.A. Cups, No Division One tile/Premiership.

How can Newcastle United be a big club when they have one bugger all since 1955, when they beat Manchester City in the F.A. cup final.

You may get 55,000 home gate,but, this is why they should be a championship club, you might enjoy it more winning games and being near the top

rather than near relegation.

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  • 2 weeks later...
Gallas' captaincy was widely criticised last season, with his infamous sit-in protest at Birmingham the target for ridicule.

But Wenger believes Gallas performed admirably in a difficult situation, and hinted the defender will take the armband again this season.

"I think he has done quite well last year for the biggest part of the season," said Wenger. "A lot of responsibility has been given to him when it wasn't right," said Wenger.

Lets see if this really happens... I think this can be a mistake and Gallas is a crybaby and is not captain material at all.

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