Bold talk as Leicester City are placed above Manchester United in 2019/20 Premier League prediction

The website Soccervoice are out with their 2019/20 Premier League prediction table, all done with a retrospective view towards that 1969/70 season, 50 years ago. Seeing in the mirror and also in front to try to cover how the game has changed and what are similar.

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They are in with a change in the Top Six, but still they believe Manchester City and Liverpool will be the top two, in the same order as last season, seeing the “Sky Blue” as champions.

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Leicester City are tipped on a sensational 3rd place, based on their great pre-season and top notch manager and how this club is put into order, hopefully the signings of Youri Tielemans and Ayoze Perez will show the quality needed to lift the club a bit in the table.

The Harry Maguire move must be like fire in the eyes on Manchester United as they are tipped as far down as 7th, with Arsenal a place above, and then Wolves captures the 5th position. Spurs in 3rd place.

We all would love to see Brendan Rodgers doing excactly as this prediction is going, and yes it could be possible, but of course difficult to decide, fingers crossed.

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The fact that Leicester City are part of an English transfer record deal this summer is nothing new, the same happened 50 years ago, with Allan Clarke moving from Leicester City to Leeds United for a fee of £165.000, then a new English record transfer fee.

A view back as well in that article, but sadly no Leicester City in the top flight, with a relegation the season before. Really strange getting relegated and reaching the FA Cup final, showed that the team had qualities, and as we all know, ending 3rd in the 2nd tier and missed the promotion back to the top.

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Soccervoice also listed up Leicester City’s most important player and the key signing of the summer, TCF would agree to those suggestions.


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