Football Agents and 2016/17 Premier League Season Predictions

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Football Agents and 2016/17 Premier League Season Predictions

This coming season of Premier League football is set to be the more open, exciting and unpredictable than ever before. With whole a host of new world class managers battling it out for the title, one of about 7 teams could actually win the league. With the influx of money from the new TV deal every team in the league now has the spending power to go out and acquire top players from across Europe and the world, meaning there are no obvious candidates for relegation. These factors combined make predicting what will happen next season an almost impossible task.

Who will be champions?

 Football intermediaries consider that despite Manchester City being made early favourites for the title next season, I’m going for their Manchester rivals United to be crowned champions next season. Defensively their record last season wasn’t bad at all and there is no reason why that shouldn’t continue under new boss Jose Mourinho. A couple of exciting attacking additions in Zlatan Ibrahimović and Henrikh Mkhitaryan will improve the side going forward, not to mention the expected arrival of Paul Pogba, a world class midfielder who would strengthen any side in the world. For me though the biggest advantage Man United have over their rivals is that their new manager, Jose Mourinho, is a proven winner in the Premier League in contrast to his rivals Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte.

The Top 4 Premier League Spots

So, with United winning the league who else makes the top 4? In second place I’m going for Man City, probably the best overall squad in the league but with a manager new to the Premier League in Pep Guardiola, who also plays a drastically different style of football to previous manager Manuel Pellegrini, this season could be just too early for City to win the league. Not to mention the ownership at the Etihad will be expecting a deep run in the Champions League. In third, I’m predicting a significant improvement from Chelsea. New boss Antonio Conte impressed everyone with his passion and tactical nous at the Euros, if he can bring that to Chelsea and get the best out of some of the superstars there, then they have a chance to compete for the title. No European football is an added bonus. Rounding out the top 4, I’ve gone for Tottenham. They were impressive last season finishing third and it will be interesting to see how they cope with the rigors of Champions League football this season.

Who’s going down the Premier League?

With more money flying round now, all the teams in the Premier league are stronger than ever. Having said this I’ve chosen two of the promoted sides as my favourites for relegation. Hull have no manager with a week to go until the start of the season, a whole number of serious injury problems and an average at best squad to begin with, making them my favourites for relegation. I can see more of the same from Burnley this season. Last time they were in the Premier League they gained admirers with plenty of spirited displays but ultimately a lack of goals saw them relegated. In my opinion they once again lack that quality and cutting edge to keep them in the Premier League. And finally, I’ve gone with Bournemouth. An exceptional, young English manager in Eddie Howe has made some great, young English signings this summer with likes of Lewis Cook and Jordan Ibe joining the Cherries. But the question is, are they the right kind of players for a possible relegation battle, do they have the stomach for the fight? Not to mention the losses of experienced figures Matt Ritchie and club captain Tommy Elphick, I think Bournemouth may lack the Premier League experience needed for a potential relegation dog fight.

Full Table Prediction
1.    Manchester United
2.    Manchester City
3.    Chelsea
4.    Tottenham Hotspur
5.    Arsenal
6.    Liverpool
7.    Everton
8.    West Ham United
9.    Southampton
10.    Leicester City
11.    Stoke City
12.    Crystal Palace
13.    Middlesbrough
14.    Sunderland
15.    West Bromwich Albion
16.    Swansea
17.    Watford
18.    Bournemouth
19.    Burnley
20.    Hull City

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