Welcome Guest Active Topics | Log In


5 Pages 123>»
Barclays Premier League Discussion. Options
Koshnicasizvara
#1 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 5:30:37 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
Hello lads, I want to open this fresh new topic for everyone who adores English PL football. You can discuss everything you want: Matches,Players,make predictions and even leave your toughts on a game, I'll be glad to read some answers and to start this I will ask you, what do you think about who will win this years title and who will be the runner-up.

Flapper


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Sponsor  
 

Apash
#2 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 5:49:39 PM





Rank: Professional
Joined: 9/3/2012
Posts: 1,117
Points: 3,378
lol yet another noob Arsenal fan Flapper

Unfortunately BPL not my thing recently. Also my preferences strangely go for both Man Utd and Liverpool Laugh Out Loud . Still this topic may have alot of fans.

Neuromancer1
#3 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:00:35 PM





Rank: Professional
Joined: 5/1/2010
Posts: 1,582
Points: 4,974
Location: London
Is that you Dan? Laugh Out Loud

Bogatir
#4 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:00:37 PM





Rank: Amateur
Joined: 1/26/2015
Posts: 327
Points: 999
The Toon Army Biggrin

Influential me
#5 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:01:40 PM





Rank: Expert
Joined: 12/23/2013
Posts: 1,896
Points: 5,737
Arsenal fan thinking about the title... you should watch out for United, not Chelsea! Only 12 more points to get and then the title's ours.

Hazard for Player of the Season Award.
Kane for BPL Golden Boot.
Possibly Forster or Mignolet for Golden Glove Award.
Chelsea for the BPL title.
Arsenal, United and Southampton (would be nice) for Top Four. Sorry City, but say goodbye to Manuel Pellegrini.
Leicester City, QPR and Hull for relegation. Sunderland, Burnley and Aston Villa to just miss out.
Tottenham for 6th, Liverpool 7th. Top Ten filled by Swansea, Crystal Palace and Stoke City.
di Maria for flop of the season.
Sanchez signing of the season.
Fabregas most assists.
Ashley Young most dives.
Sterling to continue with more dives and yellow cards for simulation than goals for Liverpool in his career, and he's worth 50 million? Lol.
Kucej
#6 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:07:41 PM



FID Ambassador Medal: User recieved this medal for taking part in the FID Ambassador ProgramKey User Group: User recieved this medal for taking part in the FID Key User Group (KUG)

Rank: Professional
Joined: 7/12/2010
Posts: 1,696
Points: 6,020
Location: Ravne na Koroškem
next season is our season!






"I used to say I live my life a quarter mile at a time and I think that’s why we were brothers- because you did too. The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room, right here, right now. Salute mi familia. No matter where you are, whether it’s a quarter mile away or half way across the world. You’ll always be with me… And you’ll always be my brother."
ethernaldreams
#7 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:10:24 PM





Rank: Guru
Joined: 3/13/2010
Posts: 21,961
Points: 85,086
Location: Zaragoza
Competitive, ideal for watch but...

- Wasting lot of moneys with crap players
- Defenders are so bad, 0 tactics on this
- CL plz
Retired

Koshnicasizvara
#8 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:24:00 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
Influential me wrote:
Arsenal fan thinking about the title... you should watch out for United, not Chelsea! Only 12 more points to get and then the title's ours.

Hazard for Player of the Season Award.
Kane for BPL Golden Boot.
Possibly Forster or Mignolet for Golden Glove Award.
Chelsea for the BPL title.
Arsenal, United and Southampton (would be nice) for Top Four. Sorry City, but say goodbye to Manuel Pellegrini.
Leicester City, QPR and Hull for relegation. Sunderland, Burnley and Aston Villa to just miss out.
Tottenham for 6th, Liverpool 7th. Top Ten filled by Swansea, Crystal Palace and Stoke City.
di Maria for flop of the season.
Sanchez signing of the season.
Fabregas most assists.
Ashley Young most dives.
Sterling to continue with more dives and yellow cards for simulation than goals for Liverpool in his career, and he's worth 50 million? Lol.



I've never said I am thinking about the title, we have alot of work to do before getting into a fight for 1st place, Chelsea's title this year is well deserved but still not 100% sure.

Otherwise, this prediction you made seems pretty legit expect the Golden glove which I personally think De Gea deserves more than any other GK at the moment.

Cheers.


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Neuromancer1
#9 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 6:53:12 PM





Rank: Professional
Joined: 5/1/2010
Posts: 1,582
Points: 4,974
Location: London
Kucej wrote:
next season is our season!



Same quote, same time, next season Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud

Koshnicasizvara
#10 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 7:15:16 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
Neuromancer1 wrote:
Kucej wrote:
next season is our season!



Same quote, same time, next season Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud


lmao, destroyed.


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Koshnicasizvara
#11 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 7:18:23 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
By the way, it's not the club - Tottenham that I hate the most, but the attitude from the most of the deluded fans. Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Flapper


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Kucej
#12 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 7:22:02 PM



FID Ambassador Medal: User recieved this medal for taking part in the FID Ambassador ProgramKey User Group: User recieved this medal for taking part in the FID Key User Group (KUG)

Rank: Professional
Joined: 7/12/2010
Posts: 1,696
Points: 6,020
Location: Ravne na Koroškem
Koshnicasizvara wrote:
By the way, it's not the club - Tottenham that I hate the most, but the attitude from the most of the deluded fans. Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Laugh Out Loud Flapper


So you're saying you hate me ? Blushing Sad





"I used to say I live my life a quarter mile at a time and I think that’s why we were brothers- because you did too. The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room, right here, right now. Salute mi familia. No matter where you are, whether it’s a quarter mile away or half way across the world. You’ll always be with me… And you’ll always be my brother."
Apash
#13 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 7:34:56 PM





Rank: Professional
Joined: 9/3/2012
Posts: 1,117
Points: 3,378
nah he said smth about an attitude Flapper not the ones that express it. But Im not gonna be devils advocate.
gooner4ever
#14 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 7:42:57 PM





Rank: Moderation
Joined: 7/16/2012
Posts: 2,574
Points: 7,868
Love your gif bro Love I used to have that one, as you can see I changed it.

As much as I would love us to win the title, every win Chelsea get moves us further from it. The game between us at the Emirates is a must win - then we need them to choke against United and Liverpool, although with both being home games its difficult.

Top four will stay as it is, I too wanted Southampton over United or City but it won't happen. Top four, as it is, same order.

Going down, I can see Leicester and Sunderland pretty much certain - after that it's close between QPR, Burnley, Hull, Villa - none of them deserve to go down, but obviously one will, so that's a close one to watch.

I must say Garry Monk has done well at Swansea this season, and Koeman at Southampton. Both ahve overachieved and both should be in contention for manager of the season. Alan Pardew will be up there too for his work at Palace and Newcastle after criticism.
GOONER4EVER


ENG-FIDA PRESIDENT - MODERATOR

TITLES:
Influential me
#15 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 8:15:54 PM





Rank: Expert
Joined: 12/23/2013
Posts: 1,896
Points: 5,737
Koshnicasizvara wrote:
Influential me wrote:
Arsenal fan thinking about the title... you should watch out for United, not Chelsea! Only 12 more points to get and then the title's ours.

Hazard for Player of the Season Award.
Kane for BPL Golden Boot.
Possibly Forster or Mignolet for Golden Glove Award.
Chelsea for the BPL title.
Arsenal, United and Southampton (would be nice) for Top Four. Sorry City, but say goodbye to Manuel Pellegrini.
Leicester City, QPR and Hull for relegation. Sunderland, Burnley and Aston Villa to just miss out.
Tottenham for 6th, Liverpool 7th. Top Ten filled by Swansea, Crystal Palace and Stoke City.
di Maria for flop of the season.
Sanchez signing of the season.
Fabregas most assists.
Ashley Young most dives.
Sterling to continue with more dives and yellow cards for simulation than goals for Liverpool in his career, and he's worth 50 million? Lol.



I've never said I am thinking about the title, we have alot of work to do before getting into a fight for 1st place, Chelsea's title this year is well deserved but still not 100% sure.

Otherwise, this prediction you made seems pretty legit expect the Golden glove which I personally think De Gea deserves more than any other GK at the moment.

Cheers.


Regarding the Golden Glove Award, it's clean sheets. Currently, here's the table;

Mignolet (Liverpool), Foster (WBA), Forster (Southampton) (11)
Courtois (Chelsea), Hart (Man City), Fabianski (Swansea), de Gea (Man United) (10)
Guzan (Villa) (9)
Pantillimon (Sunderland) (8)
Krul (Newcastle), Heaton (Burnley), Begovic (Stoke) (7)
And so on...

So, any of the keepers with 9 or more clean sheets imo can win it. Guzan may have a surprising chance, as Villa are in form. Forster has an unlikely chance due to injury, and Mignolet is in form, in comparison to before Christmas. Courtois and de Gea must be the favorites then.
Koshnicasizvara
#16 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 9:42:09 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
gooner4ever wrote:
Love your gif bro Love I used to have that one, as you can see I changed it.

As much as I would love us to win the title, every win Chelsea get moves us further from it. The game between us at the Emirates is a must win - then we need them to choke against United and Liverpool, although with both being home games its difficult.

Top four will stay as it is, I too wanted Southampton over United or City but it won't happen. Top four, as it is, same order.

Going down, I can see Leicester and Sunderland pretty much certain - after that it's close between QPR, Burnley, Hull, Villa - none of them deserve to go down, but obviously one will, so that's a close one to watch.

I must say Garry Monk has done well at Swansea this season, and Koeman at Southampton. Both ahve overachieved and both should be in contention for manager of the season. Alan Pardew will be up there too for his work at Palace and Newcastle after criticism.


Cheers, bro. Biggrin

In my eyes top 4 will be:

1.Chelsea
2.Arsenal
3.Man U
4.Man City

In other words the same as it's now.

And about everything below this, my prediction is that Tottenham wouldn't qualify for a Europa League place and it will be a constant fight between Liverpool and Southampton for the 5th spot.

In fact, as you said, Swansea's Garry Monk did a solid job this year.Koeman wasn't frequent and persistent, he cloud be in the fight for a top four spot.

Teams to relegate are:

18.Burnley
19.QPR
20.Leicester

I suggest that Burnley will fight till the end to stay in the elite, but after all fail and relegate.


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Influential me
#17 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 9:45:11 PM





Rank: Expert
Joined: 12/23/2013
Posts: 1,896
Points: 5,737
Koshnicasizvara wrote:
gooner4ever wrote:
Love your gif bro Love I used to have that one, as you can see I changed it.

As much as I would love us to win the title, every win Chelsea get moves us further from it. The game between us at the Emirates is a must win - then we need them to choke against United and Liverpool, although with both being home games its difficult.

Top four will stay as it is, I too wanted Southampton over United or City but it won't happen. Top four, as it is, same order.

Going down, I can see Leicester and Sunderland pretty much certain - after that it's close between QPR, Burnley, Hull, Villa - none of them deserve to go down, but obviously one will, so that's a close one to watch.

I must say Garry Monk has done well at Swansea this season, and Koeman at Southampton. Both ahve overachieved and both should be in contention for manager of the season. Alan Pardew will be up there too for his work at Palace and Newcastle after criticism.


Cheers, bro. Biggrin

In my eyes top 4 will be:

1.Chelsea
2.Arsenal
3.Man U
4.Man City

In other words the same as it's now.

And about everything below this, my prediction is that Tottenham wouldn't qualify for a Europa League place and it will be a constant fight between Liverpool and Southampton for the 5th spot.

In fact, as you said, Swansea's Garry Monk did a solid job this year.Koeman wasn't frequent and persistent, he cloud be in the fight for a top four spot.

Teams to relegate are:

18.Burnley
19.QPR
20.Leicester

I suggest that Burnley will fight till the end to stay in the elite, but after all fail and relegate.


Don't like newly promoted teams? You won't fancy the chances of Bournemouth if they're promoted next season then (my hometown). Flapper
Koshnicasizvara
#18 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 9:58:36 PM





Rank: Newbie
Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 13
Points: 42
Influential me wrote:
Koshnicasizvara wrote:
gooner4ever wrote:
Love your gif bro Love I used to have that one, as you can see I changed it.

As much as I would love us to win the title, every win Chelsea get moves us further from it. The game between us at the Emirates is a must win - then we need them to choke against United and Liverpool, although with both being home games its difficult.

Top four will stay as it is, I too wanted Southampton over United or City but it won't happen. Top four, as it is, same order.

Going down, I can see Leicester and Sunderland pretty much certain - after that it's close between QPR, Burnley, Hull, Villa - none of them deserve to go down, but obviously one will, so that's a close one to watch.

I must say Garry Monk has done well at Swansea this season, and Koeman at Southampton. Both ahve overachieved and both should be in contention for manager of the season. Alan Pardew will be up there too for his work at Palace and Newcastle after criticism.


Cheers, bro. Biggrin

In my eyes top 4 will be:

1.Chelsea
2.Arsenal
3.Man U
4.Man City

In other words the same as it's now.

And about everything below this, my prediction is that Tottenham wouldn't qualify for a Europa League place and it will be a constant fight between Liverpool and Southampton for the 5th spot.

In fact, as you said, Swansea's Garry Monk did a solid job this year.Koeman wasn't frequent and persistent, he cloud be in the fight for a top four spot.

Teams to relegate are:

18.Burnley
19.QPR
20.Leicester

I suggest that Burnley will fight till the end to stay in the elite, but after all fail and relegate.


Don't like newly promoted teams? You won't fancy the chances of Bournemouth if they're promoted next season then (my hometown). Flapper


I would acctualy love to see Bournemouth, cause I have a cousin playing for their u16 smiling Flapper Flapper Flapper


Quote:
"I really like Arsenal. But you, do you like Arsenal? Or just Arsenal with Trophies?"
-Dennis Bergkamp



Stay LOYAL Forever !
Superluck777
#19 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 10:24:21 PM





Rank: Master
Joined: 10/21/2009
Posts: 2,845
Points: 14,780
Influential me wrote:
di Maria for flop of the season.


Ur right to have an United player, but got the wrong one. Falcao would be the right answer, at least Di Maria has had a couple of moments this season, Falcao just been bad. Though it's pretty clear that United is much better with both on the benchFlapper.

RIP USA FID Userbase. U will be missed.



Snuff Said
Diable Rouge
#20 Posted : Sunday, April 12, 2015 10:26:38 PM





Rank: Master
Joined: 12/8/2009
Posts: 4,561
Points: 17,968
Location: Brecht
Cândeleşti Córdoba - CM - Red Star Mayhem - 1A SER
Saúl Ñíguez - CM - Assassins FC - 1A ENG

† Juventus Gent
† Guinness Football
† Top Notch FC
N.O.T.C.H. - CF
Hannibal Lecter - CD
Călineşti Córdoba - DCM
Users browsing this topic
guest
5 Pages 123>»
Forum Jump  
You cannot post new topics in this forum.
You cannot reply to topics in this forum.
You cannot delete your posts in this forum.
You cannot edit your posts in this forum.
You cannot create polls in this forum.
You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

Official FID Theme by FIDAdmin1 (the one and only)
Powered by YAF 1.9.3 | YAF © 2003-2009, Yet Another Forum.NET
This page was generated in 0.430 seconds.

© 2010 CommuniSport AB - User Agreement and Policy

Advertise on Footballidentity