A New Era

  1. A New Era

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    REVOLUTION!

    BBC Sport can announce that a huge change has taken place in the Premier League today.

    The Premier League has, let's be honest, become slightly predictable of late, especially at the top, and the Premier League are striving to change that.

    And change it they have.

    Today the Premier League announced that they have looked to our American cousins and implemented a "draft" into English football.

    The names of the twenty best players at each club have gone into one hat, and the names of the clubs have gone into another. The result is that each club gets one player from each club, and they give one to each other club.

    So there will be no more relegation scraps in South Wales or on Wearside, much the opposite.

    The hope is that each club will now be given a fair chance at success.

    "But what about money?" We hear you cry, no fear, as the Premier League are now regulating that, no team is allowed to have a wage bill of ?1.25m a week.

    So is this a new order? Will there be titles on Humerside or in East Anglia? Only time will tell.



  2. Right then, so what I've done is this

    Each club has the exact same settings financially; balance, sugar daddy status, etc
    Each club has the same youth/training set-up
    Each club has the same capacity stadium.
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    Arsenal- Ramsey, Clark, Brayford, Azpilicueta, Dann, Coleman, Rodallega, Reina, Y.Toure, Evra, Marveaux, Huddlestone, R.Martin, Boruc, J.Walters, Scocco, Dyer, Chadli, Myhill, R.Morrison

    Aston Villa- Gibbs, Delfouneso, Noone, Ba, Jedinak, Mirallas, Sakho, Dzeko, De Gea, Yanga-Mbiwa, Figueroa, Tettey, S.Davis, Pieters, Colback, A.Rangel, Soldado, Thievy, Tomkins

    Cardiff
    - Rosicky, Helenius, Cornelius, Hazard, Puncheon, Barry, Hangeland, Agger, Fernandinho, Zaha, Haidara McGregor, Hoolahan, Lovren, P.Crouch, Bridcutt, Routledge, Friedel, Olsson, J.Collins

    Chelsea- Ozil, Bacuna, Kim, Matic, Dobbie, Baines, Woodrow, Suarez, Hart, Cleverley, Amalfitano, A.Bruce, C.Chambers, G.Cameron, Larsson, Vazquez, Dembele, Ridgewell, Vaz Te

    Crystal Palace- Walcott, Gardner, Hudson, Ivanovic, McCarthy, Pienaar, Sidwell, Skrtel, Aguero, Rooney, Williamson, Harper, D.Rudd, Osvaldo, Odemwingie, Mannone, de Guzman, Vertonghen, Anichebe, Diarra

    Everton- Cazorla, Westwood, Connolly, A.Cole, Ward, Gibson, Kacaniklic, Henderson, Clichy, Januzaj, Shola Ameobi, Dudgeon, Garrido, Shaw, Etherington, K.Westwood, Tiendalli, H.Kane, Yacob, K.Nolan

    Fulham- Koscielny, Bennett, Caulker, Cech, Jerome, Jagielka, Dejegah, K.Toure, Lescott, Vidic, Ben Arfa, Elmohamady, Redmond, J.Rodriguez, Arnautovic, D.Vaughan, Pozuelo, Lennon, Gera, C.Cole

    Liverpool- Arteta, Weimann, Cowie, Ramires, O?Keefe, Distin, Parker, Borini, Demichelis, Welbeck, Remy, Jakupovic, Elmander, Lallana, Shawcross, Ki Sung-Yeung, O?Shea, Vorm, Eriksen, Vydra, Collison

    Hull- Mertesacker, Bent, Medel, Cahill, Murray, Kone, Ruiz, Mignolet, Silva, Valencia, Obertan, S.Quinn, Gutierrez, Lambert, M.Wilson, D.Graham, B.Davies, Lamela, Dorrans, Adrian

    Manchester City- Monreal, Baker, K.Jones, Salah, Dikgacoi, Osman, Holtby, G.Johnson, Nastasic, R.Ferdinand, De Jong, Fryatt, Bassong, Schneiderlin, B.Shea, Altidore, Shelvey, K.Walker, Mulumbu, G.McCartney

    Manchester United- Miyachi, Agbonlahor, T.Smith, Luiz, Parr, McGeady, Mitroglou, Allen, Navas, Evans, Gouffran, Jelavic, Bennett, Clyne, Muniesa, W.Brown, Michu, Naughton, Sigurdsson, Berahino, Maiga

    Newcastle- Giroud, Albrighton, Campbell, Terry, Moxey, Barkley, Briggs, Flanagan, Rodwell, Carrick, Krul, C.Davies, Fer, K.Davis, Assaidi, Wickham, A.Williams, Chiriches, Popov, Jaaskelainen

    Norwich- Wilshere, Guzan, Ben Turner, Willian, Wilbraham, Naismith, Heitinga, Sterling, Nasri, A.Young, Vukic, P.McShane, Van Wolswinkel, J.Cork, C.Adam, S.Fletcher, N.Taylor, Lloris, S.Reid, Diame

    Southampton- Sagna, Benteke, Eikrem, Van Ginkel, Jon Williams, Delofeu, Richardson, Allen, S.Sinclair, Van Persie, Coloccini, Long, Whittaker, H.Reed, Palacios, C.Gardner, Canas, Sandro, Brunt, Downing

    Stoke- Szczesny, El Ahmadi, Mutch, Lukaku, Gabiddon, J.McCarthy, Diarra, Sturridge, Zabaleta, Kagawa, Debuchy G.Boyd, Howson, Wanyama, S.Gallagher, N?Zonzi, Giacherrini, J.Richards

    Sunderland- Oxlade-Chamberlain, Tonev, Marshall, Torres, Speroni, Traore, Karagounis, Aspas, Guidetti, Mata, Anita, Rosenior, B.Johnson, Ward-Prowse, Begovic, Dossena, Tremmel, Adebayor, Lugano, M.Jarvis

    Swansea- Podolski, Delph, Whittingham, Lampard, Ledley T.Howard, Duff, Lucas, Pantilimon, P.Jones, Sammy Ameobi, Oxley, Yoshida, S.Ireland, Cuellar, Vergini, Britton, D.Rose, B.Foster, R.Johnson

    Tottenham- Vermaelen, Okore, Gunnarsson, Oscar, Gayle, Hibbert, Stockdale, Coutinho, Milner, Fellaini, Sissoko, J.Chester, S.Long, Hooper, G.Ramirez, Whelan, Bardsley, Lamah, Capoue, M.Amalfitano, A.Carroll

    West Brom- Flamini, Vlaar, Mason, Schurrle, Bolasie, Oviedo, Steckelenburg, Enrique, Kompany, N.Powell, Santon, R.Brady, Becchio, Hooiveld, A.Wilkinson, A.Johnson, Lita, Paulinho, C.Dawson, W.Reid

    West Ham- Mertesacker, Sylla, A.Taylor, De Bruyne, Mariappa, Stones, Riise, Gerrard, Jovetic, Hernandez, Cisse, Proshwitz, Ruddy, Gazzaniga, Huth, Cattermole, Bony, Kaboul, Sessegnon, M.Noble
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    The decision is, shall I be a club, or just watch?
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  3. Southampton are missing one hull and one Liverpool player. I say, watch.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by lewie100 View Post
    Southampton are missing one hull and one Liverpool player. I say, watch.
    Thanks for the reply and pointing that out

  5. The changes in the Premier League have lead to a few surprising odds for this season, as is shown below.

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    Obviously odds don't confirm what the league will look like in May, but it does give us an idea

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  7. AUGUST 2013

    First Matches

    Fulham 2-2 Tottenham
    Rodriguez, Mitroglou--A.Carroll (2)

    Cardiff 3-1 Chelsea
    Zaha, Hazard (2)--Cleverley

    Liverpool 1-0 West Brom
    Remy
    Manchester United 0-1 West Ham
    Hernandez

    Norwich 0-1 Hull
    Lamela
    Swansea 0-0 Stoke

    Newcastle 3-1 Arsenal
    Gouffran, Carrick, Tiote--J.Campbell

    Crystal Palace 1-2 Everton
    Walcott--Cazorla, McCarthy

    Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester City
    Lowton--Negredo, Silva

    Southampton 1-0 Sunderland
    Benteke

    Second Matches

    Arsenal 1-2 Cardiff
    Park--Cornelius, Zaha

    Stoke 0-1 Norwich
    Nasri

    Sunderland 1-1 Crystal Palace
    Torres--Walcott

    West Brom 0-2 Newcastle
    Giroud, Carrick

    West Ham 1-1 Aston Villa
    Jovetic--Mirallas

    Manchester City 0-1 Liverpool
    Vydra

    Hull 0-6 Southampton
    Benteke (2), Van Persie (3), Downing

    Chelsea 3-2 Swansea
    Eto'o, Moses, Suarez--Podolski, Gorre

    Tottenham 0-2 Manchester United
    Agbonlahor (2)

    Everton 3-0 Fulham
    Kane, Gibson, Duffy

    Third Matches
    Wednesday
    Norwich 1-1 Chelsea
    Fletcher, Suarez

    Weekend
    Newcastle 2-1 Manchester City
    Giroud, Assaidi--Holtby

    Cardiff 0-1 West Brom
    Oviedo

    Crystal Palace 2-2 Hull
    Pienaar, Aguero--Gutierrez, Bent

    Liverpool 1-0 Aston Villa
    Remy

    Southampton 3-0 Stoke
    Allen, Brunt, Benteke

    Manchester United 1-1 Everton
    Evans--Nolan

    Swansea 1-0 Arsenal
    Whittingham

    Tottenham 0-2 West Ham
    Taylor, Hernandez

    Fulham 1-0 Sunderland
    Cole

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    Southampton have definitely been the team of the season so far, scoring ten, conceding none and winning all three games, putting them top.

    Three teams have played exceptionally so far, Southampton, Newcastle and Liverpool who have 100% records

    Six teams are winless so far (Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Sunderland, Tottenham, Stoke and Arsenal)

    Commiserations must go to North London as their "Big Two" have conceded 6 each and have only managed 4 goals between them.

  8. SEPTEMBER 2013

    After an interesting first month how did the teams do in September?

    FOURTH MATCHES
    Arsenal 1-0 Norwich
    Y.Toure

    Aston Villa 3-1 Newcastle
    Noone, Ba (2)--Giroud

    Chelsea 4-1 Southampton
    Suarez (2), Zouma, Ozil--Long

    Everton 0-4 Tottenham
    Tiendalli o.g, Fellaini, Milner, Amalfitano

    Manchester City 2-1 Cardiff
    Holtby, Milner--Cornelius

    Stoke 1-2 Crystal Palace
    Mutch--Aguero, Rooney

    Sunderland 1-4 Manchester United
    Oxlade-Chamberlain--Henriquez, Michu (2), P.Jones

    Hull 0-1 Fulham
    Lennon

    West Brom 0-1 Swansea
    Podolski

    West Ham 1-1 Liverpool
    De Bruyne--Welbeck

    FIFTH MATCHES
    Arsenal 0-1 Crystal Palace
    Aguero

    Liverpool 1-0 Cardiff
    Ramires

    Manchester City 1-4 Norwich
    Dzeko--Nasri (2), Fletcher (2)

    Stoke 2-1 Manchester United
    Giaccherini, Lukaku--Pearson

    Sunderland 0-2 Everton
    Vellios (2)

    West Brom 0-0 Southampton

    West Ham 2-1 Newcastle
    Taylor, Bony--Giroud

    Chelsea 1-4 Fulham
    Dembele-Lennon (2), Cole, Kasami

    Aston Villa 1-1 Swansea
    Ba--Lucas

    Hull 1-3 Tottenham
    Lamela--Carroll (2), Fellaini

    SIXTH MATCHES
    Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool
    Ossaidi-Remy

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Chelsea
    Fulham 2-0 Stoke
    Arnautovic (2)

    Manchester United 0-1 Hull
    Cahill

    Southampton 1-1 Arsenal
    Van Persie--Bendtner

    Tottenham 1-2 Sunderland
    Carroll--Oxlade Chamberlain (2)

    Swansea 0-3 Manchester City
    Negredo (2), Ferdinand

    Everton 2-1 West Ham
    McCarthy, Tiendalli--Cole

    Norwich 1-0 West Brom
    Young

    Cardiff 1-2 Aston Villa
    Crouch--Soldado, Jedinak

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