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  1. #34981
    Henderson will lead the U21's to glory this summer, Shelvey, Kelly, Robinson, Wisdom and Sterling all in the team too.

    #RedRevolution!


    And: COME ON ENGLAND!!!!!! Stevie G playing tonight, we cannot lose!

  2. #34982
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Austin View Post
    Likewise! And Harry!
    Not as if either team hasnt spent aswell! Look at total transfer spend since 03/04 and average per year


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    Nett Spend 03/04 - 12/13 Purchased Gross Sold Nett Per Season
    1 Chelsea £704,500,000 £180,000,000 £524,500,000 £52,450,000

    2
    Manchester City £605,220,000 £187,400,000 £417,820,000 £41,782,000
    3 Liverpool £441,880,000 £264,580,000 £177,300,000 £17,730,000

    4
    Manchester United £365,250,000 £241,850,000 £123,400,000 £12,340,000

    5
    Aston Villa £216,850,000 £108,375,000 £108,475,000 £10,847,500
    6 Tottenham £369,900,000 £267,550,000 £102,350,000 £10,235,000
    7 Stoke City £93,670,000 £15,595,000 £78,075,000 £7,807,500

    8
    Sunderland £188,280,000 £112,100,000 £76,180,000 £7,618,000
    9 QPR £74,800,000 £2,650,000 £72,150,000 £7,215,000

    10
    West Ham £143,880,000 £108,225,000 £35,655,000 £3,565,500

    11 West Bromwich Albion £80,485,000 £50,990,000 £29,495,000 £2,949,500
    12 Fulham £85,830,000 £68,745,000 £17,085,000 £1,708,500
    15 Newcastle £185,800,000 £171,700,000 £14,100,000 £1,410,000
    14 Norwich City £28,350,000 £17,410,000 £10,940,000 £1,094,000
    15 Everton £131,050,500 £122,416,000 £8,634,500 £863,450
    16 Swansea £31,970,000 £27,325,000 £4,645,000 £464,500
    17 Wigan £88,865,000 £89,000,000 -£135,000 -£13,500
    18 Southampton £56,965,000 £60,150,000 -£3,185,000 -£318,500
    19 Reading £22,220,000 £28,550,000 -£6,330,000 -£633,000
    20 Arsenal £252,500,000 £267,770,000 -£15,270,000 -£1,527,000

  3. #34983
    Quote Originally Posted by rossmiller84 View Post
    Not as if either team hasnt spent aswell! Look at total transfer spend since 03/04 and average per year

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    Nett Spend 03/04 - 12/13 Purchased Gross Sold Nett Per Season
    1 Chelsea £704,500,000 £180,000,000 £524,500,000 £52,450,000
    2 Manchester City £605,220,000 £187,400,000 £417,820,000 £41,782,000
    3 Liverpool £441,880,000 £264,580,000 £177,300,000 £17,730,000
    4 Manchester United £365,250,000 £241,850,000 £123,400,000 £12,340,000
    5 Aston Villa £216,850,000 £108,375,000 £108,475,000 £10,847,500
    6 Tottenham £369,900,000 £267,550,000 £102,350,000 £10,235,000
    7 Stoke City £93,670,000 £15,595,000 £78,075,000 £7,807,500
    8 Sunderland £188,280,000 £112,100,000 £76,180,000 £7,618,000
    9 QPR £74,800,000 £2,650,000 £72,150,000 £7,215,000
    10 West Ham £143,880,000 £108,225,000 £35,655,000 £3,565,500
    11 West Bromwich Albion £80,485,000 £50,990,000 £29,495,000 £2,949,500
    12 Fulham £85,830,000 £68,745,000 £17,085,000 £1,708,500
    15 Newcastle £185,800,000 £171,700,000 £14,100,000 £1,410,000
    14 Norwich City £28,350,000 £17,410,000 £10,940,000 £1,094,000
    15 Everton £131,050,500 £122,416,000 £8,634,500 £863,450
    16 Swansea £31,970,000 £27,325,000 £4,645,000 £464,500
    17 Wigan £88,865,000 £89,000,000 -£135,000 -£13,500
    18 Southampton £56,965,000 £60,150,000 -£3,185,000 -£318,500
    19 Reading £22,220,000 £28,550,000 -£6,330,000 -£633,000
    20 Arsenal £252,500,000 £267,770,000 -£15,270,000 -£1,527,000

    DAT SPENDING!

  4. #34984
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Austin View Post
    Henderson will lead the U21's to glory this summer, Shelvey, Kelly, Robinson, Wisdom and Sterling all in the team too.

    #RedRevolution!


    And: COME ON ENGLAND!!!!!! Stevie G playing tonight, we cannot lose!
    We'll win the league the season after the next, next season.

  5. #34985
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve's Right Peg of Doom View Post
    We'll win the league the season after the next, next season.
    It's most definitely our year!






  6. #34986
    Quote Originally Posted by rossmiller84 View Post
    Not as if either team hasnt spent aswell! Look at total transfer spend since 03/04 and average per year

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    Nett Spend 03/04 - 12/13 Purchased Gross Sold Nett Per Season
    1 Chelsea £704,500,000 £180,000,000 £524,500,000 £52,450,000
    2 Manchester City £605,220,000 £187,400,000 £417,820,000 £41,782,000
    3 Liverpool £441,880,000 £264,580,000 £177,300,000 £17,730,000
    4 Manchester United £365,250,000 £241,850,000 £123,400,000 £12,340,000
    5 Aston Villa £216,850,000 £108,375,000 £108,475,000 £10,847,500
    6 Tottenham £369,900,000 £267,550,000 £102,350,000 £10,235,000
    7 Stoke City £93,670,000 £15,595,000 £78,075,000 £7,807,500
    8 Sunderland £188,280,000 £112,100,000 £76,180,000 £7,618,000
    9 QPR £74,800,000 £2,650,000 £72,150,000 £7,215,000
    10 West Ham £143,880,000 £108,225,000 £35,655,000 £3,565,500
    11 West Bromwich Albion £80,485,000 £50,990,000 £29,495,000 £2,949,500
    12 Fulham £85,830,000 £68,745,000 £17,085,000 £1,708,500
    15 Newcastle £185,800,000 £171,700,000 £14,100,000 £1,410,000
    14 Norwich City £28,350,000 £17,410,000 £10,940,000 £1,094,000
    15 Everton £131,050,500 £122,416,000 £8,634,500 £863,450
    16 Swansea £31,970,000 £27,325,000 £4,645,000 £464,500
    17 Wigan £88,865,000 £89,000,000 -£135,000 -£13,500
    18 Southampton £56,965,000 £60,150,000 -£3,185,000 -£318,500
    19 Reading £22,220,000 £28,550,000 -£6,330,000 -£633,000
    20 Arsenal £252,500,000 £267,770,000 -£15,270,000 -£1,527,000
    Crazy!

    Hang on......

    I thought ManU never spent anything?!

  7. #34987
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve's Right Peg of Doom View Post
    I could even see a double relegation with that many players leaving and probably replacing with very mediocre players. The Championship is a tough league. Wolves are proving that this season.
    Exactly. I hope United pinch Cesar from them. He'll be available for a bargain price
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  8. #34988
    Stick a fork in Reading and QPR, they're done. Wigan to do the Houdini act yet again and Villa for the drop. I'd love to see how Villa cope in the championship with them always being an established Premier League side. They will get a fucking culture shock, i'm telling you. I mean it was a similar set up with Blackburn and Bolton, they haven't exactly set the championship alight this season. Bolton have found a bit of form recently but that's besides the point. Good luck villains, you'll fucking need it!! Are you PREPARED??? (see what I did there? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve's Right Peg of Doom View Post
    QPR and Reading have to be 99% certainties now. Sunderland are God awful to watch, I want Wigan to stay up because I like Martinez so much.
    I'm with you there. Wigan actually try and play some good football and have some decent players.
    I hope Villa go down. I hate Lambert, and they've been terrible this season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomsta666 View Post
    Stick a fork in Reading and QPR, they're done. Wigan to do the Houdini act yet again and Villa for the drop. I'd love to see how Villa cope in the championship with them always being an established Premier League side. They will get a fucking culture shock, i'm telling you. I mean it was a similar set up with Blackburn and Bolton, they haven't exactly set the championship alight this season. Bolton have found a bit of form recently but that's besides the point. Good luck villains, you'll fucking need it!! Are you PREPARED??? (see what I did there? )
    Well done you.

    I agree though, it would be interesting to see how they managed. not sure it would be an immediate return for them either.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Thunder View Post
    I'm with you there. Wigan actually try and play some good football and have some decent players.
    I hope Villa go down. I hate Lambert, and they've been terrible this season.
    Wigan can put together some really good play and I always like to see plucky smaller teams do well and survive. Lambert is a prize cock end for sure.

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