With less than a month left to go before the start of the new season,fans all over the world can not wait for the new season to start.
Just like last year it will surely be a close one again right till the end!
Manchester City is looking likely to win again but just like every year you can never tell with all the top clubs improving their squads in the transfer market.
So what do you think?Arsenal for me!
My football for the coming season will be watching Rangers (in Scotland) in far flung locations due to the club's catastrophic recent problems. I accept that has to be but hope very much at least and believe that Chelsea will boost my morale to some extent by dominating English football the way they did Europe last season. Blue is the colour!
As a Man Utd fan I would say them, but Man City are going to run them close this year again this year and I can see chelsea improving on last years result, as for arsenal, not so sure about them
I think Man City will win it again, simply due to their depth and quality, and if they get Robin Van Persie then you may as well hand the championship over to them. Their closest challengers will be United and Chelsea.
Title: Man City
4th: Tottenham (although the final CL spot could go to Newcastle, Arsenal or Liverpool)
Relegated: Wigan, Reading and QPR
Promoted from Championship: Blackpool, Bolton and Wolves ( that's what my head says- but hopefully Birmingham will surprise and gain promotion this season).
I do believe Chelsea will be the most improved team, i'm gonna be bold and say that they will win it this year, even though im a Man Utd fan, i think we are in transition still but will be top 3.
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