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well said jeff i have to agree as a neutural this is the most exciting season i have ever witnessed. i will but up all night tonight watchin from oz as will a great many of my ozy friends
Posted 00:34 13th May 2012
Couldn't agree more jeff! I think the baggies will be very hard to beat. If Arsenal had a better defence I 'd be confident of the three points..but we keep shooting ourselves in the foot! We should be able to get at least a point though! Fulham will be a difficult proposition for Spurs..but they have injuries to key players..and i think everton will be too good for newcastle at home.I think it will be 3rd spurs, 4th arsenal, 5th newcastle with QPR going down and city wining the title. But I'm predicting sunderland to get something in their match against united!
Posted 09:25 12th May 2012
i would like to predicte that city will slipup 0-0 withRangers and United will be at sunderland 2-1,and United will be champions as usual again.......Oh God make us proud and Kick City out........,
Posted 18:40 11th May 2012