Man City, Arsenal & Spurs

Here at Who Knows Wins we are all about the fans, so for our Premier League Preview we have handed the pen over to the fans. We have asked an avid supporter from each club to give us their predicted final league position and the reasons why.

Here's what they think...

Man City – Jason Wyatt, season ticket holder(before they were famous)

Pep has won the league three times in a row at Barca & Bayern and we hope he can do it at City this year. We’ve got a strong squad already but have strengthened with Rodri & Cancelo and they should be excellent additions to our squad. We’ve lost the influence of Kompany in the dressing room but I think Pep has enough respect from his players to get that third title and also push for the Champions League!

Prediction: 1st

 

Arsenal – William Kedjanyi (Twitter - @keejayOV2), podcaster & sports writer

About the only things you can guarantee before an Arsenal season are as follows. Home wins, away defeats, hordes of fans crashing Twitter at least six times, and all the goals you can shake a stick at. Nicolas Pepe’s arrival set hearts racing and Dani Ceballos is a smart addition. Only the top two scored more than us last season and we were third in the home Premier League table. All good right? Then you remember that we conceded 51 goals on the road (yes, just on the road) but thankfully we have now signed David Luiz and Tierney to reinforce the leaky defence. Get ready for the Barclays.

Prediction: 5th

 

Totthenham Hotspur – Tomas James Griffiths, life long fan

Despite the agonising defeat of the Champions League final to Liverpool, and the uncertainty over the future of Manager Mauricio Pochettino, a solid transfer window has set Spurs up to again successfully attack the Top 4. 

The signings of Ndombele and Lo Celso will reinforce their at times toothless midfield of last season, and the promising youngster Ryan Sessegnon to add squad depth and act as an understudy to the fan favourite Danny Rose. Spurs will fancy themselves to cement their place again in the European top flight. 

However, the question still remains, when will Tottenham win a trophy? 

Spurs fans will be on their knees to see their team lift silverware this season. But now, with the new Stadium in place, new signings reinvigorating the squad and a certain Harry Kane back fit and firing, Surely a dream isn’t far from a reality?

Prediction; 3rd Place finish & FA Cup Winners