Premier League 23/24

Who will win PL this season?


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    27

Birdy

Senior Member
How things change, huh?
Until 2020 it was Pep's City the most entertaining team, taking risk, and being hit at the back
Now you see City (and Arsenal with Arteta patterning Pep on this) being the most risk-averse team in the world. Trying to win CL changed pep a lot

At the same time, Klopp turned Liverpool into the most entertaining and unafraid of risk team
 

Horatio

You're welcome
How things change, huh?
Until 2020 it was Pep's City the most entertaining team, taking risk, and being hit at the back
Now you see City (and Arsenal with Arteta patterning Pep on this) being the most risk-averse team in the world. Trying to win CL changed pep a lot

At the same time, Klopp turned Liverpool into the most entertaining and unafraid of risk team

Ten Hag must be your fav coach then since fa cup win against liverpool, if you go by willingness to take risk.
 

Temptation

Well-known member
How things change, huh?
Until 2020 it was Pep's City the most entertaining team, taking risk, and being hit at the back
Now you see City (and Arsenal with Arteta patterning Pep on this) being the most risk-averse team in the world. Trying to win CL changed pep a lot

At the same time, Klopp turned Liverpool into the most entertaining and unafraid of risk team
17/18 Liverpool was insanely entertaining. Even more than we are currently. Peak Heavy Metal Football.
 

Birdy

Senior Member
Ten Hag must be your fav coach then since fa cup win against liverpool, if you go by willingness to take risk.

Don't think it's willingness to take risk so much for ETH in that game (and in most UTD games this season),
but rather inability to close down spaces properly
Besides, UTD don't have the output upfront to justify the bad OOP and defending so far

Best thing that can happen to ETH is to win the FA cup, and hope the new SD will guide him properly in the transfer market. UTD squad needs total revamp in most areas
 

Birdy

Senior Member
17/18 Liverpool was insanely entertaining. Even more than we are currently. Peak Heavy Metal Football.

True, one of my favorite teams that season in the football they played.
But when Klopp won big titles in 2019 and 2020, it was much more cautious approach.
Seems now all that cautiousness has evaporated in favor of outscoring the opponent.
Quite interesting change
 

Morten

Senior Member
Looking at fixture list, Liverpool might have the advantage, a few points above, and overall an easier schedule left due to no UCL, also no FA Cup, unlike City.
 

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