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Bookies Predict Toon Progress Won't Be This Season

12 Jul 2011 18:27:08

Bookies Predict Toon Progress Won't Be This Season

Newcastle ended last season 7 points away from relegation, and a massive 34 points away from the title. Will we push on next season, or are we still in transformation? The bookies tell us three clubs - Man Utd, Chelsea and Man City - will challenge for the title, with Newcastle looking at odds of 2000/1 to triumph. But, let's be honest, we know we won't be breaking the Top Four, but we hope to push on to challenge Spurs and Liverpool (or am I deluding myself?). TO WIN THE PREMIERSHIP 2.88 Man Utd        3.6 Chelsea         5.0 Man City      10.0 Arsenal        12.0 Liverpool       51.0 Tottenham     301.0 Everton      401.0 Aston Villa      2001.0 Newcastle      2001.0 QPR     2501.0 Fulham    2501.0 Sunderland        5001.0 Blackburn         5001.0 Bolton         5001.0 Stoke        5001.0 West Brom         5001.0 Wolves       7501.0 Wigan     10001.0 Norwich City        10001.0 Swansea        We don't seriously expect another relegation battle, but the bookies suggest we won't be that far away - with odds of 8/1 - worse than the Mackems, Fulham and Stoke City. RELEGATION 1.57 Swansea          1.67 Norwich           2.88 QPR        3.0 Wigan Athletic     3.5 Wolves        5.0 Blackburn        5.0 West Brom         6.5 Bolton        8.0 Newcastle      11.0 Fulham        11.0 Stoke          11.0 Sunderland         23.0 Aston Villa           41.0 Everton         501.0 Tottenham          1001.0 Liverpool      2001.0 Man City        2501.0 Arsenal          5001.0 Chelsea           5001.0 Man Utd       Is Alan Pardew safe? Not exactly, but there are bigger heads to fall ahead of him. Harry Redknapp at 11/1 is surprising but the odds are low because Fabio Capello is walking a very thin line as England boss. And odds say Steve Bruce is third favourite for the chop. NEXT MANAGER TO LEAVE 3.75 Neil Warnock          4.5 Steve Kean        11.0 Harry Redknapp           11.0 Steve Bruce          13.0 Mick McCarthy        17.0 Alan Pardew        17.0 David Moyes       17.0 Roberto Mancini     21.0 Alex McLeish       21.0 Sir Alex Ferguson       26.0 Owen Coyle        26.0 Roberto Martinez         34.0 Arsene Wenger        34.0 Brendan Rodgers           34.0 Martin Jol      34.0 Paul Lambert          41.0 Roy Hodgson          67.0 Andre Villas-Boas        67.0 Kenny Dalglish     67.0 Tony Pulis          


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