Charlton Down! Bolton to join them?

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  1. davidjohnson

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    I reckon Charlton have stayed up for the last 7 years due to having a superb manager. I think Bolton will struggle next year for the same reason.

    Who will do down next year?
     
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    After what reading have achived this year,it gonna be difficult to pick anyone to get relegated
     
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    Next year Reading will go down, in fact I am going to put money on it..
     
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    they where 1 of the teams that i thought would go down this year,along with sheff united.........................if betting on football was that easy we would all be millionaires;)
     
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    Sunderland would be my choice.....:clap:
     
  6. sunderland

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    dream on son dream on :thumbsup:
     
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    Can`t wait until the fixtures to come out , always have a great day out in Makemland , a few laughs , a bit of banter... great ...Oh and three points...
     
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    you can have the first 2 but no chance of getting the 3rd m8
     
  9. kourosh

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    i think Sunderland will do well in the prem next season,i think Kean willdo well in the transfer market and do well enough to keep sunderland up:smashin:
     
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    Strugglers for next year?

    Whoever wins the play-offs to be rock bottom (no offence Baggies, Saints, Wolves and Derby fans)
    Fulham to struggle
    Wigan to go down if they don't this year.
    Brum, a physical side but lacking in enough quality, possible straight downers.
    Man City to struggle again if new players don't arrive.

    Sunderlands a tricky one. :confused: If Keanes got the nous he looks to have after this season, then they'll be ok. If not................:thumbsdow
     

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