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Rant’s Premier Predictions 2012/13

August 18, 2012 Tags: Opinion 20 comments

Each year Rant predicts the outcome of the season to come – winners, losers – Manchester United and others. There have been mixed results in over the years – 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12.

Add your predictions in the comments section below and we’ll revisit this post at the end of May 2013 to find out how we all did. No cash prizes – just glory to the winners, and likely humiliation for Rant.

United’s Season

  • Premier League: second
  • Champions League: quarter-final
  • Carling Cup: quarter-final
  • FA Cup: winners
  • Player of the Year: Wayne Rooney
  • Reserve Player of the Year: Jack Barmby
  • Academy Player of the Year: Mats Moller Daehli

Premier League Top Ten

  1. Manchester City
  2. Manchester United
  3. Chelsea
  4. Arsenal
  5. Liverpool
  6. Newcastle United
  7. Tottenham Hotspur
  8. Everton
  9. Sunderland
  10. Fulham

Relegated

  • Southampton
  • Norwich
  • Reading

Champions League

  • Winners: Real Madrid
  • Runners-up: Bayern Munich

Europa League

  • CSKA Moscow

FA Cup

  • United

Carling Cup

  • Arsenal

Player of the Season

  • Wayne Rooney, Manchester United

Young Player of the Season

  • Eden Hazard, Chelsea

Sack Race

  • Brian McDermott, Reading
  • Chris Hughton, Norwich
  • Sam Allardyce, West Ham United

Rant’s Premier Predictions 2011/12 revisited

May 16, 2012 Tags: Opinion 8 comments

Every year United Rant uses a highly complex mathematical formula developed by the boffins working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Switzerland, to predict the future. Drawing on the same supercomputing power that is looking at the very beginnings of the universe, Rant forecasts the season’s winners and losers with uncanny accuracy. Well, either that or we take a wild stab in the dark. You decide!

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Rant’s premier predictions 2011/12

August 9, 2011 Tags: Opinion 20 comments

Each year Rant puts its neck on the block and predicts the outcome of the season to come. There were mixed results in 2009/10 and 2010/11. Give it a try in the comments section below and we’ll revisit this post at the end of May 2012 to see who did best. No prizes. Just glory for the winner and good old fashioned public humiliation for everybody else.

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