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@796 you want more pundits!!! There's loads of em already all on a fat wadge of tax payers' money.The thought of more ..... ugh
Like the pundits most of us would agree City first, LFC second, etc ...A more interesting read would be who is going down this season.
just make a top 5 for each position and you will have top 4 teams
Why is this only about the top teams? It’s 20 team league
Has anyone -else noticed that Gary Lineker says "certainly was" or "certainly did" etc when he wants Alan Shearer to shut up.
Man City kept a winning squad and added Mahrez, they are exactly where they need to be to push on for a successful season. I hope teams actually show up to play them and show them far less respect. The best of the rest will be interesting, will it be stable teams or the new signings/managers.Liverpool are good, probably 2nd best now but the keeper will take time to settle like DDG did.
why no mention of CPalace
The BBC needs to spend some money attracting decent pundits and not the usual bland types like Jenas and Shearer.Eamon Dunphy is not with RTE anymore so offer him a contract now!
Reading these priceless insights, Leicester seems like a distant memory. Please can someone from out of the "big six" upset the gravy train again? Champions league and premier league and money for the few have ruined a once great competition, reducing football to a dismal cartel. Meanwhile in the real world, Rochdale will win the third division on a near zero budget.
I just saw this posted on the BBC Sport Live Text:"Spurs are not even close to signing anyone and we're slowly losing our best players. If building a new stadium means more of this for the next few years, I won't even be following Spurs any more, let alone going to home games" (Tom, Hertfordshire)That statement sums up the modern (millennial) football fan perfectly.
How many overpaid 'pundits' do you employ?!? Stating the 'bleeding obvious', with no detail of anyone outside the top 6. Tedious, irrelevant and out of touch. Another year in prospect of BBC supporting 'big businesses' corporate football. Surprised they didn't all mention the betting companies they all get paid by. BBC needs to re-invent itself for the people and stop eating prawn sandwiches.
Next week, our expert pundits (paid for by you, the taxpayer) will be predicting the top European Leagues. Chris Sutton has a feeling PSG will dominate Ligue 1, and Jermaine Jenas is confident that Real Madrid and Barcelona will both finish in the top 2 of La Liga. Remember to click back here next week for more professional insight and bold calls!
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