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I'm so delighted Brum went down.

Alex McLeish betrayed his country, and he deserves nothing more. McFadden will have no problem finding a Prem or SPL club imo.

But Roy Hodgson and Steve Bruce have both done incredible jobs. They both looked doomed when both managers took over, and look at them now? Incredible!

But I didn't want Reading down simply because of Steve Coppell and the chairman. Their both fantastic guys and fantastic at their respective jobs, so hopefully they'll come back up at the first attempt.

In an ideal World, I would choose Bolton and Birmingham to go down, but it hasn't happened that way.
 

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spellbound said:
I read somewhere Derby are now the team who got the least points in PL's 16 years history. The previous low was 14 points. A shimmer of glory over Derby after a catastrophical season. :D
If I'm not mistaken, I think they have the least amount of points, goals, most goals conceded, won the least amount of games and the worst goal difference.

Their may be more even but I'm not sure.

Onto Reading, I hope Steve Coppell stays, but if he does resign, I hope he gets a good job somewhere.

But you gotta blame the board with Birmingham. They done the dirty on Steve Bruce, who, imo, would have kept them up, and they were more concerned with the takeover than the club itself. Their heart wasn't in it.

But fantastic for Fulham. I think that Roy Hodgson will improve them a lot next year, and the'll finish in the top half, maybe even push for Europe (but I don't they will so soon.)
 

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NateR said:
I feel sorry for Birmingham to be honest. They were very close to staying up, its unfortunate they had a bad run towards the end.
I suppose Fulham deserve to stay up. They won their last few games and did what was asked of them. Although that is the 2nd time in 2 seasons they've been in the relagation battle. Next time they could go down.
I don't feel sorry for Birmingham.

Their managers a traitor, the 3 of the main coaching staff actually, and the board didn't care.

But I don't think Fulham will be in a relegation battle tbh. Roy Hodgson is a fabulous manager, and if he stays he'll bring them forward.
 
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