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[Football] 2022/2023 Relegation Thread - January/February views & votes

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Current predicted clubs that will be relegated


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Aug 6, 2011
4,033
Bognor Regis
With so many clubs in the mix does it equate to the 18th team being relegated with a higher number of points than normal?
My guess would be that someone with 39 points this season could be relegated.

Any statos out there who can compare the current situation with previous years?
 


According to the bookies, good night Bournemouth, Everton & Southampton.
Will the Toffees really go down?

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Cowfold Seagull

Fan of the 17 bus
Apr 22, 2009
19,355
Cowfold
According to the bookies, good night Bournemouth, Everton & Southampton.
Will the Toffees really go down?

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Well the bookies are very rarely wrong and for what it's worth, (which isn't a lot), those three same teams would be my prediction to take the drop too.

Bournemouth just fon't have Premier League quality players, Southampton are reliant on James Ward-Prowse,
and Everton can't score goals for toffee and are a complete basket case off the field.
 

Live by the sea

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Oct 21, 2016
3,322
I don’t want Southampton or Bournemouth relegated as they are easy away games to get to . Much prefer northern clubs to get relegated oh and palace but i suspect they will have enough to stay up .

Everton and Leeds would be good .
 
Aug 6, 2011
4,033
Bognor Regis
This thread is like a tin full of the best chocolate biscuits. You know you shouldn't be dipping into it because it will eventually catch up with you.
But when you open it and see the contents it makes you smile and gives you a warm feeling inside as you begin to think of the taste of what could be.

It's Leeds, Palace and Everton for me please.
 


Couldn't Be Hyypia

We've come a long long way together
Jun 9, 2014
3,056
Near Dorchester, Dorset
This thread is like a tin full of the best chocolate biscuits. You know you shouldn't be dipping into it because it will eventually catch up with you.
But when you open it and see the contents it makes you smile and gives you a warm feeling inside as you begin to think of the taste of what could be.

It's Leeds, Palace and Everton for me please.
I'd like that to be the case, but I think it looks more and more like the two teams that look out on to the isle of Wight and Everton to me.
 

nwgull

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Jul 25, 2003
12,327
Manchester
With so many clubs in the mix does it equate to the 18th team being relegated with a higher number of points than normal?
My guess would be that someone with 39 points this season could be relegated.

Any statos out there who can compare the current situation with previous years?
I'd say it's the opposite. When there's only say 3-4 clubs in the mix at this stage, then there's a reasonable chance that a couple of them will pick up in the second half of the season thanks to either January transfers or bringing in a new manager. With 7 teams in the mix, 8 if you include Forest, there's a very good chance that at least 3 of them will have stinkers in the second half of the season.
 

sparkie

Members
Jul 17, 2003
11,003
Hove
Bournemouth look doomed to me. Southampton not much better.

Everton may save themselves with a new manager.... So I think Forest may well take the 3rd relegation slot.
 

Hugo Rune

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Feb 23, 2012
18,195
Brighton
I think Everton are gone. The fans and players seemed to have fallen out, there is no way back from that.

I’d add Southampton and Muff to the mix as I don’t rate their managers as top level. Their competitors seem to have much better managers and in some case, players.

It’s just a shame that Palace have too many points to get involved. They potentially need just 4 wins for safety and will probably get around 1 per month for the rest of the season. Can’t see them getting any higher up the table than they are now.
 


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