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    Hope Huddersfield Survive

    It's pretty clear that on paper they have the weakest squad in the League.They are also in their first season in the EPL and probably didn't expect to survive, so spending a large amount of money on transfers and subsequent wages was out of the question.However,what they seem to have is a really good manager and great support from their fans.They have a difficult
    finish to their fixtures but they have the points on the board and I hope they don't get caught.If they stay up then hopefully they will be able to improve the side for next season,although it is difficult to attract players when you are likely to be the favourites for relegation.

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    I hope so for the travelling fans..Better having a derby with Uddersfield than travelling to Southampton..

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    Oh I don't know... Its only 30 minutes down the M27....

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    They deserve to stay up, not spent much, small squad, seems a decent Manager, looks like a miniature Burnley, Hope they survive.

    Southampton have had 2 good chances with games in hand, played well enough against Arsenal but failed and had it in the bag with a 2 goal lead against Chelsea but fluffed it, some of the Southampton fans make me not like them and Sparky going their hardened my feelings, he's never been relegated as a player or Manager, hopefully that stat will disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claret_Matelot View Post
    Oh I don't know... Its only 30 minutes down the M27....
    Wherabouts are you ? My lad lives in Hants ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    They deserve to stay up, not spent much, small squad, seems a decent Manager, looks like a miniature Burnley, Hope they survive.

    Southampton have had 2 good chances with games in hand, played well enough against Arsenal but failed and had it in the bag with a 2 goal lead against Chelsea but fluffed it, some of the Southampton fans make me not like them and Sparky going their hardened my feelings, he's never been relegated as a player or Manager, hopefully that stat will disappear.
    Aye Alto,they have had plenty of chances to collect points but have blown it,just watch them win the FA cup and get relegated..lol

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    West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Southampton will go down.

    No problems with Huddersfield, good fans like us and they will be good for six points for the Clarets next season!

    Plus I rather like this dude, even though his granddad probably bombed our chippy!

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    Fareham....

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    No! Our bombed chippy was in Padiham!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claret_Matelot View Post
    Fareham....
    ah right,my lad lives near Alton

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    Bloody hell Alf, I read that without my glasses on.

    I thought you said my dad lives near Alton.

    I figured he must be at least 143!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    Bloody hell Alf, I read that without my glasses on.

    I thought you said my dad lives near Alton.

    I figured he must be at least 143!
    No, alf was created by the Angels

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Southampton will go down.

    No problems with Huddersfield, good fans like us and they will be good for six points for the Clarets next season!

    Plus I rather like this dude, even though his granddad probably bombed our chippy!

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    Sadly I don't rule out Brighton being in the relegation mix.

    With games against Spurs, Liverpool, the two Manchesters' and us the game against Spurs tonight is massive for Brighton.

    Lose that and where do they pick up another point?

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    If Brighton and Southampton go down that is two local games out of the window...

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    You may get Fulham Matelot, I know it may not be as close as Brighton/Southampton, but at least its nearer than Wolverhampton and Cardiff.

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