Any Premier League Fans In Here?

Arsenal fan checking in. Looking like we might finally get back to the Champions League after years of flop transfer windows. Manchester United looking relegation status ATM. Will be interesting to see how they come out against Liverpool in a little over a week.

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Polar123, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Too early in the season to tell but united is in the bin right now. I'm just praying for Europa League for West ham

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kiril, what's your opinion? Comment below:

also Zinchenko a good add who unleashes Xhaka to play at final third in the half space. The depth of Man City is really absurd considering players like Jesus and Zinchenko couldn't even make regulars last year 

Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

2 Weeks in and you're already predicting things that are too far away to call. Let's see how the season fares through the end of November before talking about who's in line for relegation. As far as next week at Old Trafford, Liverpool needs a win today before being the away side against United. Old Trafford's never an easy pitch to play on, so for Liverpool to have an edge, they need a win today against Crystal Palace, otherwise, it makes that trip to Machester even tougher. 

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Lester Freamon, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Not predicting anything. Just saying that as of now, Arsenal look better than people expected and United worse. Nothing more, nothing less. I'm well aware of our start last year and how things can flip, so I'm not calling for relegation by United, just that they're playing relegation tier football right now. 

Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

If you watched Liverpool last week, (not yesterday's match against Palace), they played some 55 minutes of listless football before finally turning it on and playing for a tie. By Liverpool standards over the last few seasons, that's a relegation-worthy start even though they played to a draw. 

I think the problem with calling things too early, particularly with United, is that they are only 2 games in under their new manager as well. I mean, we can also look at Everton last season. They had a strong start through Match Week 7 going 4-2-1 and then it went off the rails. Calling two good matches or two bad matches a sign is a bit premature is all. 

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Frieds, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I'm a fan of mid-October before staking a flag on where the season's going and late November on the relegation front. But that's just me. 

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Bruvver, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Sure, by mid-October you're obviously gonna be much more accurate than after 2 matches. But one does not detract from the other - not only are there evident takeaways from the first two weeks (not necessarily from the results, but more from the eye test), but it's also fun to see how did these early predictions fare later down the line.

Injuries can change a lot of things, but Arsenal is for real (has been on an improving trend with Arteta, which shows the benefits of continuity and of building on a football philosophy/set of ideas), United is in shambles because a team is only good as its midfield (and Utd's is objectively horrible). I expect Chelsea to be really good again (Tuchel is an brilliant manager and last year was a fluke) and Tottenham to be really really competitive.

Unless any of the teams has terrible luck with injuries it'll be a great battle for the top 4 between City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal.

GeorgeSorrows, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I didn't see the Leicester game, but boss you played one good half of football at Palace and basically got lucky in the second half. I wouldn't exactly come to that conclusion from two games. Especially when Chelsea still have a better squad and coach and are only missing a striker (which will presumably be addressed before the window shuts), and Spurs have two top 10 players in the league and a superior coach and improved in terms of depth. Best bet for Arsenal is probably through the Europa League route imo 

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Corp_Dev_CFA, what's your opinion? Comment below:

First year I am really following. Enjoy watching the Americans at Leeds. Hoping Pulisic leaves Chelsea, Tuchel is a clown.

You Arsenal supporters watch All or Nothing? I'm coming around to Arteta.

Nero7332, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Why is Tuchel a clown? Pulisic has been terrible at Chelsea. 5 good games a season is hardly anything to write home about. Although for Chelsea's sake I hope they get rid of him. 

kiril, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Supported Arsenal for 10 years. This season the team looks very legit (more than 15/16 2nd to Leicester) but the bench is too thin quality wise imo. We basically have no plan B for Jesus, Partey, Saka, Xhaka or even Odegaard (Fabio Vieira is still a question mark in PL). Top 5 seems to be a reasonable reach this year and we still need 1-2 years to fully build up our squad

Lester Freamon, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Agreed. We're definitely not anywhere near winning the Prem for a bit and certainly not doing much in the UCL if we qualify. I'm just hoping the squad finally starts putting up a competitive fight again. It's been a rough few years watching this squad, so it's nice to have something to look forward to even though there's work to be done and quality to be added still.

There's also just a lot to be excited about over the next few years because a lot of our players are super young and should continue to develop. Let's just hope we don't sell them like we did the last few years under Wenger.

PWM Hopeful, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I love Harry Maguire and Darwin Nunez, great signings that are absolutely sensational talents. 

Can anyone tell me why they don't get the respect they deserve???

Just had my trade dispute rejected by Schwab for a loss of 35k. This single issue alone should be a gigantic red flag to anyone who trades on their platform.

If they have a system error, and you do not video record your trading (they actually said this), they will not honour their fuck up. Switching everything away from them. Fuck this company.

Batman-Robin98, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Brutal watch from a man u point of view today

city are just on another planet with halland 

praying to every god that someone will beat them in the champions league

waqarahmed, what's your opinion? Comment below:

It was all City but Brentford caught them on the break late on. Now Arsenal has a decent lead at the top. Let's see how the PL shapes up after the world cup break.

waqarahmed, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Glad to see this post and other Premier League fans on this site. I am a Man United supporter since 2003 and I am over the moon with our win last night (vs Fulham). This lad Garnacho looks like the real deal.

Pierogi Equities, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I've been a ManU fan for a long time as well but don't follow the PL closely (not much of a fan then). Have you been to a ManU game? I'm going to London next year and considering going to a game, would be a dream but not sure if it's worth the hassle.

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BBGrief, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Chelsea fan here (boy is it a sad time to be one), can say it is not easy to get tickets to these games unfortunately. I've looked into it (been a dream to see a game since I was young) and it seems like all the tickets go to season ticket holders every season and it's essentially impossible to get a ticket to one of these games unless you have connections with season ticket holders. If you know or find out a way to make this not true, please tell me haha.

waqarahmed, what's your opinion? Comment below:

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