WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
48%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



the exile 12:56 Mon Aug 6
Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Some will say that with the transfer business we have done, we should be pushing the top 6 this season. If any of them have a wobble, we could even break into that elite club. Arsenal are a bit of an unknown quantity, having lost the man who seems to have been at the helm for ever. Chelsea also have a new manager and there are doubts about whether Abramovich will continue to bankroll them. Spurs have done nothing in the transfer window and have very little in reserve if Kane and one or two others get injured. But my money would be on Man Utd to have a bit of a meltdown. That massive cnut Mourinho has spent the whole of pre-season with a face like a smacked arse and his tendency to upset and undermine his own players seems stronger than ever. I would so love it if he lost the dressing-room like he did at Chelsea a few years ago.

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Loafer 12:53 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
I think this season could be another one like 2015/16 when a couple of the usual big 6 wobbled and an underdog team won the league. I think Spurs will suffer for not spending but will probably still be top 6. Man Utd will definitely wobble with Mourinho rocking the boat and a few players getting seasick. Chelsea will be top 6 but will still be below par. Arenal have a progressive, young manager but I'm not convinced they have the squad to push on - top 6 but only just. Man City and Liverpool to be top two with West Ham and Everton the most likely to gatecrash the top 6 party. Fulham could be a dark horse for a top 8 or 10 finish - they have a good manger and made some astute signings.

marty feldman 12:51 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Man city to win it again . Victims 2nd . Plastics 3rd . Man utd 4th . I think we will finish 7th. and as long we avoid man city expect to at least reach a semi in one of the cups .

factory seconds 12:26 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
potential for all/any of them:

blue mancs: champions' malaise
red mancs: mou halfway out the door, no big signings, aged squad
victims: klopp's lost his number 2, big pressure after big money spent
spurs: no signings whatsoever, squad going backwards if anything
chelsea: new manager, star player's head turned, lost bert from sesame street
arsenal: not much expected from the off. maybe they'll do alright as a result?

normannomates 3:13 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
bob

you wont be the only one having a little sly one at those odds

parris
where have you been for 2 yrs?

Parris St the Man 3:07 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Mourinho’s behaviour 2018 = Conte 2017, we all know how that one works out. They should string his departure along like they did to Conte & LVG...so he can wear the L on his boat

normannomates 2:26 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
capitol man 2.18

reckon you right

DOUBLE COBBS BOB 2:25 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Other than city and Liverpool away I firmly believe we can be competitive in every game this season I think we are 10's to win on Sunday at Anfield as it the first game of the season I think it could work in our favour thus contradicting what I said earlier ....I seldom bet particularly when it concerns my team but I am gonna have a few duckets on us if the price is that long

normannomates 2:24 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
playing it safe there soldo.

my head agrees with you..but im a romantic fucker

Capitol Man 2:18 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
He has always liked spending a bit of cash and they haven’t. Says to me that they likely have someone else lined up.

gph 2:12 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Either Mourinho's in the shit, or he's playing the mother of all mind games.

Can't say which.

If it wasn't for his Chelsea implosion, I'd say the latter, but I just can't be sure.

Capitol Man 1:56 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Be good to see a real test of Mourinho’s real managerial abilities.

There’s a prospect of all but City and Liverpool wobbling this season.

Northern Sold 1:37 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
10th ... QF in one of the cups... 5th round in the other

normannomates 1:30 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Riddle

agree with all of that mate.

i predicted we will finish 5th..and i stand by that..

Tottenham
AFC
Mancheter utd

all three have massive question marks for me...they could all prove me wrong..but its deffo up in the air.

AFC post Wenger has to be a factor...if Emery gets them going straight away ill tip my cap.

BRANDED 1:26 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Man City will be proper gash this year. Even Cardiff will spank them.

J.Riddle 1:20 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
I think Arsenal have the potential to underperform as when Man Utd lost Fergie. Emery is not Moyes but Wengers shoes will be difficult to fill.

Chelsea's new Manager looks like Martini out of one flew over the cuckoos nest so hopefully they will go tits up.

Spurs are due some injuries soon and if Kane doesn't score they will free fall.

The others squads are just too big and strong.

Which leaves us fourth Champs League the best team in London and best supported team in London and second in the U.K.

normannomates 1:13 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
far cough 1.29

deffo mate..

watch Pochetino start having a moan up as well by November.

only club in England not to recruit one single player..now thats tells you all you need to know.
and they could very well lose Rose and the Belgian i cant be arsed to spell to Europe.
Levy and his vanity stadium will see them suffer on the pitcjh..just like AFC.

fuck the arrogant cunts..

steveiron64 12:50 Fri Aug 10
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
They all wobble, just for a shorter period than the rest of the teams.
I think the Spuds might disappoint the pundits and I'd love to see Man U belly flop.

Admiral Lard 6:26 Thu Aug 9
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
All of them, its our year, we will win the league

All we need is for Ricky Miller to join from Port Vale and well be a 100 goal scoring machine...

Far Cough 1:29 Thu Aug 9
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
I reckon Mourinho might be out of the door, sooner rather than later

Swiss. 1:28 Thu Aug 9
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Dr Moose

Agreed. Could be a race with him and Sarri to who gets fired first.

zico 12:40 Thu Aug 9
Re: Will any of the top 6 have a wobble this season?
Credit to Emery for learning English but in his press conference he sounded like he was doing an impression of Christopher Walken!

I think Arsenal might struggle a bit as it's all going to be incredibly new there. Not convinced by Chelsea either with what's going on there and with Courtois off I am sure Hazard still has itchy feet. Spurs if they don't buy and get a couple of injuries could struggle a bit and as many have said Man United doesn't look a happy ship at the moment.

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