At look back at TEAMtalk’s rather good 2018-19 predictions - football

At look back at TEAMtalk’s rather good 2018-19 predictions



We looked back on TEAMtalk’s 2018-19 season’s predictions wanting a laugh, but we couldn’t, as were pretty damn good.
Expecting a shambolic set of predictions, we looked back with trepidation, but it turned out to be glorious.
Three out of four of our TEAMtalk writers went for Manchester City to win the Premier League, with Editor James Marshment not a million miles out going for Liverpool.
Here’s what we said in August.

Who will win the Premier League"
James:Liverpool. It?s their time! It?s a long-running joke that ?next season will be their year? but for once they have all the tools in place and zero weak links to sustain a title challenge this year. I reckon City may focus more on Europe, so I?ll opt for Jurgen Klopp to take his cult status into the legendary bracket?.! Oli:Manchester City. Nineteen points is a hell of a gap to make up, and although Guardiola?s priority may be a run in Europe, they have the squad depth to challenge on both fronts and defend their title. Liverpool will close the gap, but I feel like they won?t quite have enough to overturn such a gulf.
Rob:It has to be City again for me, although I do feel that Liverpool will run them closer than United did last season. Pep?s men hardly got out of 2nd gear to brush aside Arsenal at The Emirates and will take some stopping again.
Simon:Manchester City.Kept hold of their title winning squad and have added to their strength in depth up top with the signing of Mahrez. Could...
URL source: http://www.teamtalk.com/news/category/competitions/english-premiership/crystal-palace/

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