Championship relegation

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  1. troff

    troff Well-Known Member

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    Realistically anyone up to and including Millwall could go down, ten sides. Maybe even Forest if the manager change doesn’t go well but you’d imagine they’ll be ok.

    Has there been this many clubs looking over their shoulders well past the halfway stage?

    We could go down, finish top half or anything in between.

    Recruitment needs to happen and is vital to our prospects. Even if we improve the side quite a bit we could still get dragged in.
     
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    Think it has improved recently... three clean sheets is testimony to that ... need a creative midfield player and a striker
     
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    It could well go to the final day. I had Bolton and Burton as dead and buried but both now look useful. Sunderland and Birmingham will surely spend a bit and at least have some sort of fight at some point. Hull City are the ones in free fall. They look to be in huge trouble but also have a but of money to play with you'd imagine. Agree that we need to recruit wisely to enable us to keep our heads above the drop zone. I'm confident we'll out-perform three clubs at least during the next four months. But the league is so tight we could conceivably finish anywhere between 14th - 24th!
     

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