I honestly think that if any team is going to break into the top 4, it could well be them.
Started like a house on fire, and with striking options of Keane, Defoe, Crouch, and Pavlachenko, a midfield of the likes of Modric, Palacios, Huddlestone, and Corluka, and I really think they’ve got a great chance.
They are the team I am looking forward to seeing this season, to be honest.
No, I honestly believe that Spurs will finish higher than City.
Chelsea-champions- ability to grind out 1-0 wins.
Liverpool-2nd- predict they’ll drop some silly points, again.
United-3rd- Transitional times, at O.T.
Spurs-4th- Massive improvement for Redknapp’s boys.
Arsenal-5th- Steady season for a young side
City-6th- Improvement, but NOT instant success.
WIGAN-7th- Europe here we come!
Hey, if we did finish 7th, it would be a magnificent achievement, considering the financial clout of the teams above, wouldn’t it.
If I knew you i’d have a £10er on it pal. City may concede a few this year due to their attacking mentality now but they’ll score much more and that will result in a higher finish than Spurs who I believe will start well but not keep it up all season. If Spurs lost any more players to injury they would struggle, if they keep everyone fit (tough task with the likes of Woodgate and King in the squad) then yes, they will do well but not well enought to break the top 4 and in my opinion they will finish below City:
2. Man Utd
5. Man City
7. Aston Villa
8. West Ham