Mid table mediocrity


Mid table mediocrity

Well, how about that !

The season has not even started and the men with the white coats with their shiny computers are off again.

And it is sort of good news for the Hammers ,as the well scrubbed people of BetVictor have pressed all their buttons and came up with the following league table….

And it is mid table mediocrity at best for the Irons.

Based on the BetVictor Commodore 64 ( ask your Grand Dad) this is their prediction. ….

20th: Luton Town – Predicted points: 30.

19th: Bournemouth – Predicted points: 35.

18th: Sheffield United – Predicted points: 36.

17th: Nottingham Forest – Predicted points: 37.

16th: Wolves – Predicted points: 37.

15th: Everton – Predicted points: 39.

14th: Burnley – Predicted points: 41.

13th: Crystal Palace – Predicted points: 46.

12th: West Ham – Predicted points: 48.

11th: Fulham – Predicted points: 48.

10th: Chelsea – Predicted points: 49

9th: Aston Villa – Predicted points: 54.

8th: Tottenham Hotspur – Predicted points: 59.

7th: Brentford – Predicted points: 59.

6th: Man United – Predicted points: 64

5th: Brighton & Hove Albion – Predicted points: 67.

4th: Liverpool – Predicted points: 69.

3rd: Newcastle United – Predicted points: 75.

2nd: Arsenal – Predicted points: 76.

1st: Man City – Predicted points: 85.

But is mid table mediocrity want we want?

I thought not !

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  • eromittal says:

    Was he ever really given a chance?

  • Hammers in the blood 1 says:

    We will lucky to get that if we don’t make some decent signings . The lack of signings is unacceptable!

  • Austrick says:

    Will they give me 50/1 if WH finish top ten? I doubt that v. much.
    BTW my first game m/c was Intellivision.

  • Clive says:

    How can they predict anything until they know what players the teams will be playing with. Still over a month left in the window. If it’s anything like previous years we will have signings toward the end of the window.

  • polo247 says:

    Living off of cup glory is definitely not going to help David Moyes solve the league issues he has. Just be a case of how long till the board react and get him out the door as to whether we battle with relegation again or get this mid table finish.

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