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You just know we will be level on points with Man City in February and we win at the weekend then Man City twat Villa 8-0 away on Monday Night Football without Villa even getting a corner.

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Derby remind me of how Fulham performed in the PL. And given Fulham were better in the Championship than Derby are, it would not have boded well for  Derby.

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5 minutes ago, etho said:

Surely Villa will spend a bit of cash. They've also got a few Prem level players in that squad already

Grealish? They don’t own Abraham, Mings or El Ghazi their better players today.

They have a few decent players but will have to buy/spend incredibly well in my opinion.

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Looking forward to Newcastle getting shitloads and buying themselves into the top 8 at the Blueshites expense. They've embraced City so much after all. It'll be funny if Newcastle broke all the FFP rules and stopped the cunts getting into Europe. 

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Hope Newcastle and Villa  buy some of our out of favour players. 

 

Still remains to be seen if this new Arab owner is legit but he's only bought them for £350m as opposed to the £2bn he allegedly offered to FSG.

 

Just need Usmanov to buy Charlton and that's Everton's hope gone. 

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2 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Hope Newcastle and Villa  buy some of our out of favour players. 

 

Still remains to be seen if this new Arab owner is legit but he's only bought them for £350m as opposed to the £2bn he allegedly offered to FSG.

 

Just need Usmanov to buy Charlton and that's Everton's hope gone. 

You don't get to be that rich by being stupid. The days of wealthy individuals buying club's to compete at the top end of the division are done. When you're up against oil states no billionaire is rich enough, only other oil states can get involved in that game. Usmanov or any other billionaire could piss 25% of his fortune away on Everton or Newcastle and still not put a dent into the top 4, never mind the top 2.

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41 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Grealish? They don’t own Abraham, Mings or El Ghazi their better players today.

They have a few decent players but will have to buy/spend incredibly well in my opinion.

Fair point, you'd think they'd look to make at least a couple of those perm. Mcginn looks decent too. But yes they'll need to spend some cash

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4 minutes ago, etho said:

Fair point, you'd think they'd look to make at least a couple of those perm. Mcginn looks decent too. But yes they'll need to spend some cash

You would think they would yes, they need experience of the PL but not journeymen. Going to be difficult but they need to avoid a Fulham situation. 

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