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Premier League Predictions from a ‘Soccer’ Expert

We’ve all seen tons of Premier League Predictions for the 2013/14 season. Experts, bloggers and fans alike have all shared their views (albeit largely a bias one) on who they see coming out triumphant from the most watched league in the World, and who fails to make their mark.

Most knowledgeable and experienced of pundits can get it horribly wrong;  Ladbrokes columnist @usasoccerguy has put his expert ‘Soccer’ brains to the test and predicted his possible Premier League table. With Soccer growing in prominence in the West, it’s good to have an alternative look at the Premier League table through American eyes.

Don’t worry, there’s no bias at all.

Here’s what he had to say on his well thought-out and quite likely to be true Premier League table:

The drought is nearly over.  Clouds full of EPL League Soccer rain hang over head ready to go get everyone real wet with a soccer monsoon.

As all the best soccer players lace up their cleats and clap each other high fives, fans everywhere wanna know what’s gonna go happen.

Not even some real clever guy can say what will happen for sure, but, using my expert soccer knowledge I’ve predictionized a few things that I think could happen this year.

The EPL Championship will be ablaze with real good soccer from every franchise this year. Major enhancements have happened to franchises all over EPL England, so it’s gonna be exciting to see how they play.

How will world superstar Jozy Altidore do at the Sunderland Red Stripers? Will Tottenham Whitespurs miss Clint Dempsey?

Go take a look at what I think this year might have in store for your franchise!”

Please note that @usasoccerguy has gained his reputation for his football humour. His analysis are meant to be taken light-heartedly.

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