predictions for your team in the new season

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Nanny Ogg, Jul 19, 2006.

  1. Nanny Ogg

    Nanny Ogg Member

    Hi folks, know alot of you follow the other religion of football. How do you think your team will do. Here goes with mine Tranmere.

    League - narrowly miss out on play offs - loose in final in penalty shootout to T'Udders.

    League Cup - knocked out first round by Hull, former TRFC player Price or Roberts scores winner against us.

    FA Cup - Quarter finals (we're due there again)

    LDV Vans or whatever its called this season - winners but doesn't make up for not going up.
  2. Cornishwomble

    Cornishwomble Active Member

    AFC Wimbledon-

    League- Automatic promotion from the Ryman Premier

    League Cup- Final again (well it is the Ryman league cup!)

    FA Cup- We start in the 1st Qualifying round so success would be to get to the 1st round proper

    Tin pot cups- Surrey Senior cup final and to win it for the 3rd time!

    Of course the dream end to the season would be for us to go up and the Franchise MK Dongs to go down again, meaning we'll only be 1 league away from them
  3. The Cornet King

    The Cornet King Active Member

    The mighty Terriers Huddersfield Town;

    Will be disappointed if we dont do at least the play offs again in League 1, really i'm looking for automatic promotion this yr. Should have done it last yr but for a couple of speels of very poor results.

    FA Cup- If we manage to get promotion from League 1 then the FA Cup is irrelevant, i'd rather go out early and do well in the League than have a decent cup run that affects our league placing.

    League Cup- See Above!

    Here's to a good season!
  4. Maestro

    Maestro Active Member

    I fear that it will be another long season for us canaries, full of hope, only to be dashed by the total lack of tactics used by Nigel Worthington.

    However, there may be hope, because during the world cup, on seeing Brazil in their yellow shirts, my daughter started jumping up and down and shouting, "Look daddy, Norwich are on telly".............such innocence eh? :dunno
  5. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    I'll be happy if Southend just consolidate their position in the Championship, and steer clear of the relegation dogfight!
  6. Maestro

    Maestro Active Member

    Wasn't that the aim last season as well Peter?
  7. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Well, if it brings about the same outcome this season we won't be complaining ;)
  8. Bass Trumpet

    Bass Trumpet Active Member

    I predict that, with the signing of Hasselbaink and Bent's new contract, that Charlton will no only win the Premiership and both cups, but will win the Champions League next year too. Oh, is that the alarm clock.....
  9. Rapier

    Rapier Supporting Member

    Same as every other season in the Premiership, fighting for survival! Still Harry might be able to buy some new players with the new owners money. And at least we are above the Scummers.

    Play Up Pompey
  10. sunny_jimbob

    sunny_jimbob Member

    A top ten finish for Sheffield United, and if results go our way we may even be able to sneak into the European qualification slots...


    If we get off to a good start, we could well be OK, but it's going to be a tough season whatever. I think a few teams may struggle as well as the promoted clubs, and hopefully we'll be able to capitalise on this. Success would be survival, and hopefully by a few places as well.
  11. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    United League - Finish 2nd behind Chelski.
    League Cup - Quarter Finals
    FA Cup - Winner
    European Cup - Quarter Finals

    FC United NWCFL Div 1 - Winners (now we feature a certain R Giggs in the squad!)
  12. WoodenFlugel

    WoodenFlugel Moderator Staff Member


    Well with no money, and not many new signings I can't see us improving much on last years Championship 12th place. But they were playing better under Rob Kelly and without having to go through the transition of kicking out another manager (hopefully :rolleyes: ) we might squeeze a play-off place. Mid-table to lower play-off positions.
  13. matti_raz

    matti_raz Member

    MANCHESTER United ;)
    League- With Gattuso and Torres- 1st
    Without- 2nd

    Fa Cup- Winners beating Arsenal in the final 2-1
    League Cup- Semi's
    Europe- Who knows.......
  14. persins

    persins Member


    Premiership - Champions League Qualification (again!)
    FA Cup - Semi finals (another few years yet before the year ends in a 1!)
    League Cup - Win it?! More likely get knocked out but my local pub team though
    UEFA Cup - Quarter Finals
  15. persins

    persins Member


    Premiership - Stay up
    FA Cup - 5th Round
    League Cup - Get further than Oxford or Swindon!;-P
  16. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    There's only 1 United
  17. jenzi

    jenzi Member

    That won't be hard! After relegation to the Conference, I'm hoping Oxford United will go straight back up to League Two but they will probably finish somewhere in the top half. You've got to support your home town club, even if they are, er...not very good!

    As for Everton, I predict a top 10 finish in the Prem, hopefully qualifying for a UEFA cup place. I think we deserve another shot at playing in Europe! :cool:
  18. Pythagoras

    Pythagoras Active Member

    You've got that right. Sheffield United!

    Hopefully do a bit better than just survive, but I'd settle for that. Could do without cup runs to be honest.
  19. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    Who? ;)
  20. nickjones

    nickjones Active Member

    Now that St Glen of Hoddle is out of the picture , and Milan Manderic looking to invest in Wolves with uncle Jack...things are looking pretty good , only fly in the ointment could be the appointment of professional Irishman Mick McCarthy , still he did wonders with Sunderland who knows what he can do with a motivated squad and a bit of cash...wahoooo
    fa cup quarter final
    league cup..nowt
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2006

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