Thursday, August 17, 2006

The Sixth Annual Parallax View Premiership Preview

This is how we reckon the 06/07 season will pan out -

1. LIVERPOOL

2. Chelsea
3. Manchester United
4. Arsenal

5. Everton
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. Blackburn Rovers
8. Charlton Athletic
9. Portsmouth
10. West Ham United
11. Bolton Wanderers
12. Newcastle United
13. Aston Villa
14. Fulham
15. Manchester City
16. Wigan Athletic
17. Sheffield United

18. Middlesborough
19. Watford
20. Reading

Have your shout in the comments box below.

6 Comments:

Anonymous graybo said...

I think you underestimate Reading.

Meanwhile, in the real world of football (not the imitation stuff that goes on in the Premiership), I expect Brighton will be in the play-offs in League One, but that the league will be won by Port Vale, who have started as they mean to go on.

8:31 AM  
Blogger pilgrim said...

Everton at 5th, huh? I seem to recall you predicted 12th for last season, which turned out to be only one place off the money.

I'll be very happy if this season's prediction is as close...

Hey, how did this comments form know it was me??? I'm not even logged in to Blogger...

3:36 PM  
Anonymous graybo said...

Port Vale 3 - 2 Chesterfield
Reading 3 - 2 Middlesborough

Told you so (because, obviously, this weekend's results are typical of what we will see for the next eight months).

4:46 PM  
Blogger Dead Kenny said...

Graybo, we shall see about Reading. The team they beat this afternoon ('Boro) I also predict for the drop so I'm yet to be convinced they'll stay up.

Pilgrim, not sure why your identity was showing without logging in, I think you can choose Anonymous to prevent this happening if you prefer. I'm pretty confident Everton will do well this term as long as Johnson and Beattie provide the goalpower the Toffees seem to have lacked for a decade or so.

5:44 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Liverpool top? Middlesbrough relegated? Us 12th? You're sticking your neck on the line there Ken...

12:25 PM  
Blogger Dead Kenny said...

Reckon yer right, Ben, 12th will be quite a reach for a team led by Roeder in his second term.

9:27 PM  

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