Football fans are eagerly waiting for the start of each new season, obviously its all filled with anticipation and excitement for what lies ahead. As we approach the 2023/24 season, the stage is set for a thrilling display of talent, strategy, and competition. In this article, we will delve into my predictions for the upcoming season, from title contenders to dark horses and to relegation candidates.
TOP 4 PREDICTIONS
City will win it, and something is telling me Spurs could have a good run in the FA Cup for this season, I dont know why, its just a dark horse gut feeling. So I will go a little further that just predict City to win it, I predict a Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Final.
I think Newcastle United will end up in the final again this year and I think they will win it this year.
I am going for Manchester City to retain it… Going on from last season, we was a fortress at home in the Champions League and I think it will continue. We are are going to retain it.
WHO WILL COME UP FROM THE CHAMPIONSHIP.
I think Leeds will come straight back up, I think Millwall are a due a spell in a premiership, and I think Blackburn Rovers will come up.
So that is my predictions for the season ahead. I know most people are going to call me bias and whatever because I have pipped Manchester City for the treble again, but as I kept telling people last season, there is no other team in the world right now that’s as consistent, and that’s what ultimately will win it for us.. I think there is too many people that have written City off AGAIN… For instance, I was listening to my little brothers TikTok Live recently and he was banging on about how City don’t stand a chance because we have lost this player and that player…. Who have we actually lost? Riyad Mahrez, who is without a shadow of doubt not hard to replace and we have lost Ilkay Gundogan, who was always leaving at the end of last season anyway! And you know, as good as Gundogan is, he is replaceable. So lets make no mistakes about it, our City squad doesn’t get any worse, so nothing changes, which means Manchester City are still going to be the toughest team in the world to knock out of any competition, I am basing it being bias, I am simply giving it how I see it.