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Thread: News thread for the 2017-2018 season

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    Quote Originally Posted by HNIM View Post
    Don't look now, but Villa are second. By a hair, but still.
    Wolves have pulled away, with a 12 point lead on Villa. But only 7 points separate 2nd from 6th.

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    Wolves have pulled away, with a 12 point lead on Villa. But only 7 points separate 2nd from 6th.
    Wolves have been the class of the Championship pretty much right from week one. Villa had their struggles early and still aren't exactly an offensive force, but they finally stabilized the back end and that helps a lot. Weirdly enough, moving Grealish to a deeper, more central position has made a huge difference.

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    It also looks like Sunderland may be headed for a 2nd consecutive relegation. They're 23rd, 3 points from safety. Hull may meet the same fate, they're 21st, only 1 point clear. Middlesbrough are 9th, 4 points out of the last playoff spot.

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    The free fall is real. Hull has shown a surprising amount of fight given their clownish ownership, but Sunderland has just been bad all season. Villa did the same crap last year only to finally catch themselves in February. Maybe the Black Cats will do the same. Middlesborough were built to bounce. They'll be fine and probably back competing for promotion next season.

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    The domestic rights fees paid by Sky and BT Sport have decreased from the current deal.

    http://awfulannouncing.com/internati...6-billion.html

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