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steveiron64 10:00 Tue Aug 1
The Latest WHO Poll ... a football post!
As it stands around 2/3 of us anticipate a top half finish or hope for one; 1 in 10 want (or is it tongue in cheek?) the title.
Have you voted and if so, what were the reasons for your choice?

I went for top half though with our new four signings would love to see the top six. Just can't quite believe we would have that consistency ...

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terry-h 10:07 Wed Aug 2
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Allardyce will receive a call from Sullivan while he's celebrating Xmas in his Spanish villa. The answer will be a series of expletives and the porn distributor will stick with the shambles organised by 'superslav'.

LeroysBoots 9:47 Wed Aug 2
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15th by Christmas, Bilic sacked in Jan

Will finish 12th

claret50 9:36 Wed Aug 2
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A top 10 finish will do me, hence C was my vote.

Mex Martillo 7:47 Wed Aug 2
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I voted b.
It will be tough, but why not, that is what I want and will be looking for. We need at start like in 2015-16 without the end of season decline.
For me the alternatives were too realistic or pessmistic for a before season prediction.

Hammers

Mart O 1:06 Wed Aug 2
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Bobbing seems about right to me. With the players we've got now (even though I still think we're short two), I think we should do better but I have little confidence in Bilic's ability to get them fit, organise them and get the best out of them.

Let's be clear, I don't give a cunt about friendlies, I'm just not convinced by him or his tactics.

gph 8:03 Tue Aug 1
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25 points deducted would leave our GD unchanged

Mike Oxsaw 7:23 Tue Aug 1
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I'd be happy with a +ve goal difference, but I'm sure there's a way we can find to do that and still get relegated...

Northern Sold 2:21 Tue Aug 1
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I think we'll come 11th ... so I voted for `Bobbing'

bigfrank 1:04 Tue Aug 1
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I voted top 10. With a good cup run and a double over the spuds

Rossal 10:37 Tue Aug 1
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I voted top 10 as for us to have a really good season and knock on the door of the top 6 we would need a season with Chicarito scoring goals and staying fit for all of it which i find unlikely

On The Ball 10:22 Tue Aug 1
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Top ten. Steady progress, please.

charleyfarley 10:18 Tue Aug 1
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I for the last 50 odd years, have believed we are going to be top everything, my faith by many, may be considered foolish but I remain unshakeable. Who cares about reality?

IRONSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Lily Hammer 10:16 Tue Aug 1
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I voted c, as I'm quietly optimistic of getting 10th or even 9th, I just hope we can do that without it still being about 20 odd points behind 7th and 8th, for our sake and the sake of the division.

Takashi Miike 10:11 Tue Aug 1
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I voted TOP TEN as that's where we are at the moment. obviously I'd love to win the league or get in the CL but I'm not sure its possible with our current squad. a season clear of constant injuries would be a success

BubblesCyprus 10:10 Tue Aug 1
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Not a lot I agree with Nurse upon but in this instance 100% All this positivity on here makes me worry.''Just like my dreams they fade and etc etc

Nurse Ratched 10:04 Tue Aug 1
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I voted 'd'.

There are a lot of very alarmingly optimistic people on this board. It would explain all the wailing when things inevitably don't live up to the fantasy.

Naturally I'd be delighted to eat my words at the end of the season.





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