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EPL will commence this weekend.
Who will win? Who will be lucky?
https://www.bbc.com/...otball/45087444

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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I think a Top 3 of Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea.

Wasnt feeling incredibly optimistic about my Geordies, though adding Schaar, Muto, and Rondon over the past couple weeks certainly helps.

Fulham has been spending like crazy. They have no intention of going back down.

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Fulham has been spending like crazy. They have no intention of going back down.


Is Tim Ream still penciled in to start?
https://www.football...pening-14860708
https://www.standard...n-a3903906.html

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Is Tim Ream still penciled in to start?
https://www.football...pening-14860708


As of now, yes. However, I saw yesterday that they are closing in on signing Callum Chambers from Arsenal. That could put Reams starting spot in jeopardy.

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signing Callum Chambers from Arsenal ... could put Reams starting spot in jeopardy.


http://www.skysports...for-fulham-loan

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Ream was voted team MVP by either other players or fans last year so I doubt he goes to the bench because of a year long loanee from arsenal (he signed a 4 year deal with arsenal in the off-season meaning he is in the long term plans if arsenal) and Ream just resigned with fulham through 2020,so I think the starting job is his to lose.

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Kroenke to take full control of Arsenal:
https://www.bbc.com/...otball/45102559

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Jose is taking the fun out of the game for me. Nothing but drama. 



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Courtois leaves Chelsea for Real Madrid.
https://www.bbc.com/...otball/45122644

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1) Man City
2) Spurs
3) Liverpool
4) Arsenal

5) Man United

6) Chelsea
7) West Ham
8) Fulham
9) Wolves
10) Palace
11) Leicester
12) Everton
13) Bournemouth
14) Newcastle
15) Burnley
16) Brighton
17) Southampton

18) Watford
19) Huddersfield
20) Cardiff


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1) Man City
2) Spurs
3) Liverpool
4) Arsenal

5) Man United

6) Chelsea
7) West Ham
8) Fulham
9) Wolves
10) Palace
11) Leicester
12) Everton
13) Bournemouth
14) Newcastle
15) Burnley
16) Brighton
17) Southampton

18) Watford
19) Huddersfield
20) Cardiff


I do this only to dig it up and shame myself later

I know they've both been very active, but I'd be absolutely shocked if both of Fulham and Wolves end up in the Top 10. I'll post my full prediction list for the hell of it. 



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1) Man City

2) Liverpool

3) Chelsea

4) Spurs

5) Man U

6) Arsenal

7) Palace

8) Everton

9) Newcastle

10) Burnley

11) West Ham

12) Fulham

13) Leicester

14) Brighton

15) Wolves

16) Watford

17) Bournemouth

18) Southampton

19) Huddersfield

20) Cardiff



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Ream injured, missed Crystal Palace loss.
https://www.bbc.com/...otball/45157318

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Money: https://www.bbc.com/...otball/44850888

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Stadiums: https://m.youtube.co...h?v=5X0jAylHyVo

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