Harry will be getting his 4 x 4 out for the Sky cameras on 31st Augustgessa wrote:Interesting to read Harry's comment after yesterday's game . "To be honest we've been outplayed in every game". Reckons he's been after Stewart Downing for 4 months.
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Least hes honest, i like Arry but he should just retire, preferably for Birmingham fans before he fills there team with Godfrey, Jones and Fraizergessa wrote:Interesting to read Harry's comment after yesterday's game . "To be honest we've been outplayed in every game". Reckons he's been after Stewart Downing for 4 months.
Dont get the fuss about Wolves, nothing against them just dont think there teams all its cracked up to be.
Ruben Neves looked at by bigger clubs never happened, wasnt a starter for Porto last season, would i swap him for Ronaldo Vieira, nope.
Diogo Jota- did well for Porto last season on loan, decent player, swap him for Alioski, nope.
Ivan Cavaleiro-barely played for Monaco last season, was average in Spains second division on loan, Barely played for Benficas first team before that really only good season was for there B team. Swap him for Saiz, nope.
Apart from Helder Costa dont think they have anyone that special, if Mendes wasnt involved and the sums wernt so big doubt anyone would really care.
This was their predictions after the 5th game.
A group of 25 BBC Sport journalists who cover Championship football on a regular basis were asked to make their predictions, and their forecasts were combined to make a final table.
In our defence, there are about 620,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 different combinations, so the chances are that we will probably end up getting it horribly wrong!
How our predicted table was put together
Our journalists were asked to place each Championship team in positions one to 24. The first-placed team was given one point, the second-placed team two points and so on.
Once all predictions had been received, all of the points for each individual club were added together and then divided by the number of responses (25) to give each club an average position.
The team with the highest average position was placed first in the final table, while the side with the lowest average position was placed 24th.
BBC Sport's predicted final table
Pos Team Average
1 Middlesbrough 2.68
2 Fulham 3.36
3 Aston Villa 3.96
4 Sheffield Wednesday 5.12
5 Derby County 5.68
6 Wolves 6.92
7 Reading 8.24
8 Norwich City 9.08
9 Hull City 9.12
10 Leeds United 9.56
11 Sunderland 11.16
12 Birmingham City 11.60
13 Cardiff City 12.56
14 Brentford 13.20
15 Nottingham Forest 15.56
16 Sheffield United 15.80
17 Preston North End 16.96
18 Queens Park Rangers 17.52
19 Bristol City 17.84
20 Ipswich Town 18.44
21 Barnsley 20.12
22 Bolton Wanderers 20.36
23 Millwall 22.28
24 Burton Albion 22.88
Superb movement for Vydra's 2nd goal
Poor defending for Derby 3rd & 4th
Leeds have conceded no goals in their last 4 games. Hull concede 4 in half a game
How the tide has turned