[Predictions 2009/10] Arsenal to finish 6th

Most of you know me from the forum and I do this every season and most of the time get it right.

Before the start of every season I always predicted the league final league table.

Well here it is..And I predicted a tough season ahead for the gunners..AGAIN

This is how next season will end

1 Chelsea
2 Liverpool
3 Man Utd
4 Man City
5 Tottenham
6 Arsenal
7 Aston Villa
8 Everton
9 Sunderland
10 Hull
11 Blackburn
12 Wolverhampton
13 Fulham
14 West Ham
15 Stoke
16 Wigan
17 Bolton
18 Portsmouth
19 Birmingham
20 Burnley

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  1. LEE

    July 25, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    my prediction(top 8)
    man united
    man city
    aston villa

    if we strengthen our defense more and dont get loadz of injuries i think we can challenge for the league. bit wenger must start spending that 25 mil soon. fingers crossed

  2. adam

    July 25, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    man uited
    man city
    aston villa

  3. Osiris

    July 25, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    I think Arsenal Action’s abbreviation AA stands for Anti-Arsenal and Anti-Arsene. This is the most f-ed up prediction I have ever seen and the best part is there is over a month remaining in the transfer window. Seriously, do the world a favor and STFU. I am now certain beyond all doubt that you’re not a Gunner fan.

  4. dizzy

    July 25, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    you are a true prick. you must be a spud on a wind up. dont go near an arsenal game mate. we dont need cunts like you near our ground. i really think we will win the leauge this term

  5. Osiris

    July 25, 2009 at 2:22 pm

    I don’t think he goes to Arsenal games considering he’s watched Cana live about 15 times….probably spends more time watching OM

  6. Gooner1995

    July 25, 2009 at 2:30 pm

    Dear author

    Your a fake a twat and a complete idiot who shuold go write for spurs all you write is about how wenger should leave why dont you concentrate on LEAVING YOURSELF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. tevmar92

    July 25, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    What is the point of being so negative. So that when we do better it feels much better as you were’nt expecting it.

    How about this, Sinbad.

    If Arsenal win the league this season – You stop writing this blog?


    July 25, 2009 at 2:53 pm


  9. arsenalman

    July 25, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    fuck off you mug. why are spurs going to finish above us this year? stupid prick sort it out. you are supposed to be an arsenal fan. look at the attacking players we have: arshavin, van persie, bendtner, eduardo, fabregas, walcott. they are all first class. sort it out you arsenal hating prick

  10. Jeremy

    July 25, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Anyone took notice of Sunderland had actually been taken over by some rich guy too?So not surprise to see we lost out to them on Cana. As for Chamakh, guess he was so eager to join them also because of the money factor. What makes those 2 different from Adebayor?

    I would rather they not be given chance to disgrace our shirt. http://www.goal.com/en/news/8/main/2009/07/25/1402751/if-all-you-care-about-is-money-then-you-sign-for-manchester-city-

  11. ramu

    July 25, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    first thing i get seeing dis predictions is a smile…i just cant stop my self to this fallen crap and shit…u knw wat man city wont finish in the top 6…forget top 4..tottenham are gud but not as gud as the gunners are..wer the f**k have dese teams come ahead of arsenal..i do think we will challenge for the title this season as we did the season before…
    who the hell predicted dis…has he got any footballing shit(sense) in his head..any way we r always gud as underdogs..and i hope arsenal will win BPL this season with the help of van,andre,fab and co…
    wenger will proove ur fucking crap wrong..don worry…

  12. Yonan

    July 25, 2009 at 4:03 pm

    If anyone else says top 4 again I will gladely stab him to death and go to jail happy. WE NEED TO WIN THE FUCKING PL NOT FINISH IN THE TOP 4. FUCK WENGER AND HIS BRAINWASHING TACTICS!

  13. Kehsihba

    July 25, 2009 at 4:56 pm

    2.Liverpool(6 points below)
    4.Man U
    6.Man City

  14. Ted Knott, Droylsden

    July 25, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    Ha. What a dick.

  15. SoftVision

    July 25, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    I agree with this one including the 6 point gap.

  16. edgaraurelius

    July 25, 2009 at 6:18 pm

    Haha what a joke, if you’re going to place the Gunners outside of the top 4, at least put teams that have a chance of competing with the Big 4 like Everton, don’t put Tottenham for god’s sake. Don’t tell me you buy into this whole 8 games, 2 points, one hero B.S. the Spuds have going on?

  17. lennie g

    July 25, 2009 at 6:26 pm

    I really am impressed with your knowledge of the premier division, you seem to have it spot on apart from Wolves finishing above Fulham. Get a life you twit.

  18. 26may1989

    July 25, 2009 at 7:10 pm

    Got to say, I agree that some of your predictions are a bit off the wall. How you have Spurs doing better than us, Everton and Villa is weird, and City’s squad is so obviously lop-sided, I’m surprised anyone falls for the hype. Anything above 8th is an achievement for them. And how you can’t see that Fulham, West Ham and Wigan are going to do much better than Hull, who far from being top-half candidates will more likely end up near the bottom for me.

    As for us, we’ll do a lot better than a lot predict – the top four are close, and with a bit of luck (meaning no nightmare injury season), we’ll be contenders. With Man U weakened and Liverpool still with too much dross in the squad, I see the Chavs edging it. But we’ll have our chances.

    My prediction:

    1. Chelsea
    2. Arsenal
    3. Man U
    4. Liverpool
    5. Aston Villa
    6. Everton
    7. Man City
    8. Spurs
    9. Sunderland
    10. Fulham
    11. West Ham
    12. Wigan
    13. Bolton
    14. Stoke
    15. Blackburn
    16. Birmingham
    17. Portsmouth
    18. Wolves
    19. Hull
    20. Burnley

  19. murtuza

    July 25, 2009 at 7:41 pm

    I wouldn’t be surprised if arsenal win the BPL 2009/10
    1. man utd (no ronaldo n tevez)
    2. lpool (only 2 man show gerrard n torres)
    3. chelsea (new coach but can’t expect him to be mourinho)
    4. and last but not least

    the world is yet to see a starting 11 consisting of rosicky, fabregas, nasri, vparsie n arshavin
    and with walcott n eduardo on the bench it is going to be a dream team for any manager in the world.

  20. aisha

    July 25, 2009 at 8:39 pm

    my top 4 are:
    1. Arsenal
    2. Chavs
    3. Manure
    4. Liverpoo + thug Gerald

    My prediction is that City will sack hughes within the first 2 months.
    Tottenscum top 8.

  21. kev

    July 25, 2009 at 9:50 pm

    the only reason we got 4th last season is because Villa went into absolute free fall

    otherwise we would already be awaiting the Europa cup draw or whatever they call the wafer cup these days

    the squad has yet to be improved and judging by the stories appering on the OS about the credit crunch and internal solutions i doubt anymore will be arriving

    spuds wont finish above us while i have got a hole up me arse but howe anyone can say with any certainty we will definately finish above Everton, Villa or Man city is beyond me

    We will not finish in the top 4 with this squad, we are lucky to have CL football this season, i seriousley doubt that Vermalaen is the missing piece of the jigsaw and i would not be surprised if we sold Toure and Eboue before the season starts

    untill the American or the russian buy us out we will continue on this downward spiral because we dont invest in our team we year on year weaken it whilst those below us strengthen

  22. siddhu

    July 26, 2009 at 4:53 am

    ok…let’s just put things in perspective

    last season, end of December, we were 3 points of Aston Villa, we were facing an injury crisis – Fabregas, Adebayor, Walcott injured for a period of about 3 months, add to that the long term absence of Eduardo and Rosicky

    what we did was, we embarked on a 29 game unbeaten run in all competitions, and without another injury crisis, this time concerning the defense (Almunia, Gallas, Clichy, Djourou, Sagna), we might well have extended the run

    admittedly this year we are still one short in central midfield, but we have moved to strengthen our defense, and i think we have enough depth in the striker position

    i think 2nd position in the Premier League, plus one trophy is going to be ours this season

  23. elkanofan

    July 26, 2009 at 3:26 pm

    1 Liverpool
    2 Man Utd
    3 Arsenal
    4 Chelsea
    5 Everton
    6 Tottenham
    7 Sunderland
    8 West Ham
    9 Aston Villa
    10 Wigan
    11 Bolton
    12 Man City
    13 Portsmouth
    14 Stoke
    15 Fulham
    16 Wolverhampton
    17 Burnley
    18 Blackburn
    19 Birmingham
    20 Hull

    City have too many mercenaries to be worthy of anything. By december most of the players will be moaning and not trying and i can see Robinho leaving this season.

    Barry and Ireland are good but not on the level of a Fabregas, Gerrard, Giggs etc.. and wont be able to cope with the demands of running the midfield
    Hugues will go, the question is when? The squad is still terribly unbalanced and there are too many players, itw will be a poor season for City.

    I have a feeling the scousers will win the title if Torres and Thug Gerrard stay fit. Arsenal to win FA Cup? Chelsea to sack Anchelloti at end of season after falling out with players (Drogba, Lampard etc…)

    Hull will do a derby 🙂

  24. smudger

    July 26, 2009 at 5:57 pm

    Spurs above Arsenal! You fucking muppet.

    Then again, your article claiming Lee Cattermole is perfect for Arsenal just sums up what a know-nothing fuckwit you clearly are.

    Stop blogging, please. You’re embarassing yourself.

  25. Oliver B! Revilooo

    August 1, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    Man United – valencia, berbatov and rooney must spark
    Chelsea – very inconsistent but good defence, can ancelotti survive?
    Liverpool – all depends on gerrard and torres, very poor defence
    Man City – key forwards will prove crucial, defence still a worry
    Arsenal – french cant play in rain, their hair gets wet, january…
    Tottenham – best attacking football style in europe currently
    Everton – low scoring reliable wins, yakubu the key to victory
    Aston Villa – will gain momentum before christmas again
    Fulham – turns draws into wins, great midfield
    West Ham – have great away record at end of seasons
    Wigan – great youth, but lost several stars
    Birmingham – plenty of new sighnings, depth
    Sunderland – manager that can win derbies
    Blackburn – experience will pull them through again
    Hull – slow boring draws will prove crucial
    Wolves – dangerous upfont, will score goals
    Stoke – solid defence + rory delap
    Bolton – no goalscorers, no-one reliable in defence
    Burnley – new to prem lge, not many new signings
    Portsmouth – in administration, losing key players

  26. adaminho

    October 20, 2009 at 12:40 pm

    crazy talk, liverpool are weakest team and squad of top 4 one good striker one good midfield that’s it. arsenal will be op 3 for sure maybe title, man utd always have refs to help them gain points. chelsea are strong but not amazing. arsenal can cope with injuries now even if fabrigas gets hurt there is arshaven, rosicky to be just as good passers plus song, diaby, nasri for hard midfield work. Vermaelen has fixed def problems. since ade and toure left we are now a team not individuals

  27. Ididntseeit

    February 25, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    I bookmarked it after I read your comment.
    Loving it at the mo

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