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    Hard to believe it was nearly a month already that the Euros and Copa finished. And an outstanding Gold Cup victory for the USA made time pass even quicker, yet here we are again.

    Still trying to wrap my head around Messi being on PSG and I feel like there are a few twists yet in the transfer market, but away we go!

    EPL Table Predictions:

    City
    Chelsea
    Liverpool
    United
    Spurs (If Kane stays. If he leaves, I think they finish 8-10)
    Leicester
    Aston Villa
    West Ham
    Arsenal
    Leeds
    Everton
    Wolves
    Brighton
    Newcastle
    Burnley
    Brentford
    Southampton (They will duke it out with Palace all season to see who gets dropped)
    Crystal Palace
    Watford
    Norwich

    Player Of The Year: A fully healthy Kevin De Bruyne is a good bet.
    Comeback Player: VVD, so glad to have him back.
    FA Cup: Man Utd get some silverware
    EFL Cup: City...again.

    Best New Signing: Danny Ings for Villa

    Golden Boot: Lukaku or Salah, feel like City will spread the goal scoring wealth a lot.


    Rest of European "Big 5':

    La Liga: Athletico Madrid. I also think this might be the year either Barca or Real finish outside top 4.
    Serie A: Atalanta in a surprise. Inter seem intent on burning their whole victory to the ground while Juve are always lurking.
    Bundesliga: Dortmund. It's now or never for them as I think Haaland is all but gone after this season. With so many coaches changing places this season, it could be a really wild ride in Germany this year.
    Ligue 1: Clermont Foot...oh, who are we kidding? PSG.

    Champions League: In a Death Star Match, PSG breaks City's hearts again.

    Take care all.

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    *permanent smite* Spuuky's Avatar
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    I'm sad to see Messi go to PSG, but at least I can console myself with the fact that at least he didn't go to Manchester smurfing City or United (although the latter was never in contention, I try not to take things for granted).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spuuky View Post
    I'm sad to see Messi go to PSG, but at least I can console myself with the fact that at least he didn't go to Manchester smurfing City or United (although the latter was never in contention, I try not to take things for granted).
    True point. Kane going to City would still feel similar too, though Messi is on another level. I still am curious how PSG can manage all the wages at once, but I guess the French banks just print up the money.

    Take care all.

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    man united more like man POOnited hehe

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