|Early-ish days I know 22:03 - Nov 21 with 563 views||gainsboroughblue|
but could this be the worst season the three collective relegated sides from the previous season's Prem have had?
Sunderland rock bottom and not looking likely getting out of trouble any time soon.
Hull not a million miles off and only going in a downward trajectory
Boro top ten granted but not looking very convincing and could slip into mediocrity quite easily, if they aren't already there.
|Early-ish days I know on 12:17 - Nov 22 with 418 views||monty_radio|
They were all a long way adrift, weren't they? Taking Sunderland and Hull's dire goal-differences into consideration: 17, 12 and 7 points from safety. I suppose that the usual relegation fall-out is magnified if you are more than usually useless in the first instance.
|Early-ish days I know on 14:04 - Nov 22 with 358 views||Freddies_Ears|
And the promoted sides in the Prem are doing really well. Toon, Brighton, Huddersfield occupying positions 9-11, well clear of the bottom three.
It's almost as if the Championship isn't as bad as we thought.
(Or just maybe Sky have slightly oversold the strength of the Prem?!).
The adage that the Premier League has six permanent residents and fourteen visitors seems ever-truer.