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[Football] 2022/2023 Relegation Thread - November Views & Votes

So with each side having played approximately one third of their league fixtures, who do you think will be in the bottom three come May?

There will be plenty of twists & turns - no doubt. Hopefully BHA will stay well clear of 18th-20th spots.

So let us know your November thoughts & your current predictions.

NSC - Predictions

Pre Season:

20th AFC Bournemouth 44 votes
19th Leeds 19 votes
18th Brentford 19 votes

August Predictions:

20th AFC Bournemouth 52 votes
19th Leeds 32 1/2 votes
18th Nottingham Forest 28 votes

September Predictions:

20th AFC Bournemouth 21 votes
19th Nottingham Forest 13 votes
18th Leeds & Aston Villa 6 votes each

October Predictions

20th Nottingham Forest 26 votes
19th AFC Bournemouth 18 votes
18th Southampton 10.5 votes

Nobby Cybergoat

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Jul 19, 2021
Bournemouth, Forest down comfortably.

Then a real 38 to 40 point nailbiter for the last place. Every other team has something about them, Soton can always find a result after a bad run, Palace have decent wingers, Leeds, recruited decently, Leicester and Wolves midfield looks way too strong, Brentford have a goalscorer.

I have a funny feeling on Villa. They should be nowhere near the drop, but maybe that's just how it will pan out

Muff, Forest, Villa


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Jul 4, 2003
Back in Sussex
For future reference, you can do a multi-choice poll on Xenforo, and restrict each voter to three selections...

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Lots of variations this weekend as to whom could be in the bottom three after Monday night.

Indeed Nottingham Forest v Brentford, Wolves v BHA, Everton v Leicester. If Forest, Wolves & Leicester pick up points then they could be replaced by any of Southampton, Villa, Leeds, Bournemouth, West Ham & Everton.

So who is going down peeps?


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Jul 7, 2003
Villa / Wolves

Villa will think they aren’t in trouble which will see the fight come too late.

Wolves have appointed a coach who is either a) not fully committed and/or b) has no experience of the arse end of top flight English football and will flounder.

Leeds will stick with Ted Lasso and it will doom them.

Forest are down already.


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Aug 25, 2011
Withdean area
I'd narrow it down to 3 of:


All the other teams/squads have something good about them, including Wolves who've just appointed an excellent coach.

No doubt the FFP cheats at Forest and Everton will attempt to buy their way out of it in January. I hope it fails.

Not Andy Naylor

Well-known member
Dec 12, 2007
Seven Dials
Hoping for Stains, Plucky and one other. Don't care who.

Expecting Forest, Wolves and ... Stains. They are remarkably short of good players, especially forwards.

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